Oklahoma football mock draft: Stock up/down after the Senior Bowl

Tyler Guyton cemented his first-round draft status in Mobile, but how did Oklahoma's other draft prospects perform in the first pre-draft all-star games?

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Walter Rouse. . OT. Walter Rouse. Walter Rouse. 131. (4th round). player. 124.

Rouse doesn’t have nearly the upside that Guyton does, but the 6-foot-6 fifth-year senior left tackle has plenty of experience and outperformed Guyton this season. In his 480 pass-blocking snaps, Rouse only allowed six pressures and no sacks. 

During the Shrine Bowl practices, Rouse garnered some attention for his performance, but most evaluators view him as a finished product and many teams draft for upside. However, on Day 3, the Kansas City Chiefs, who are perpetual Super Bowl contenders would love to add offensive tackle depth they can trust if their starter goes down. 

Kansas City is familiar with Oklahoma offensive linemen. Creed Humphrey is the anchor of the team’s offensive line at center and Rouse could become a long-term solution at left tackle if the team doesn’t resign Donovan Smith this offseason.