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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. . WR. Drake Stoops. 165. 87. Drake Stoops. (5th round). Drake Stoops. player

When Drake Stoops road his last name to a walk-on spot at Oklahoma in 2018, he was never projected to be the team’s top receiver. Yet, in 2023, his sixth year in college, the 24-year-old Stoops led the Sooners with 84 catches for 962 yards and 10 touchdowns. 

Stoops has limited upside with his modest athleticism and 5-foot-10 frame, but he could be a reliable slot receiver for the Panthers who desperately need to surround Bryce Young with targets. 

If he can run routes like this one consistently, he can get open in the NFL, and Carolina doesn’t have many players who can create separation on its entire roster.