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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Andrew Raym is a center-only prospect with greatly limits the pool of teams that will be willing to draft him as a depth piece. Most general managers would prefer an interior offensive lineman with more versatility., So while he joined Guyton as the only two Sooners at the prestigious Senior Bowl, he’ll likely be the fourth player off Oklahoma’s roster to be drafted. 

Las Vegas desperately needs to address its offensive line problems and center Andre James will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. Raym could give Antonio Pierce’s team some depth heading into 2024, especially if the team strikes out in free agency. 

Raym allowed a team-high 16 pressures and three sacks at Oklahoma last season but is a three-year starter and that experience is valuable.

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