Among those making decisions on their future is offensive tackle Anton Harrison.
After his third season with the Sooners, second as a full-time starter, Harrison looks NFL bound. After going to the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round of Draft Wire's latest 2023 mock draft, Harrison turned up in the top 30 of Michael Renner's 2023 big board for Pro Football Focus.
At No. 30 overall, Harrison is the No. 4 offensive tackle, coming in behind Northwestern's Peter Skoronski, Ohio State's Paris Johnson, and Georgia's Broderick Jones.
That's two different publications that think highly of Anton Harrison's draft value, which would lead one to believe he's got a great shot of being selected in the first round of the draft.
At one of the NFL's "money five" positions (QB, WR, OT, pass rusher, CB), Harrison will get a bump in his draft stock because of the position he plays. As NFL teams employ more pass-oriented offenses, finding players that have NFL-ready pass blocking ability is of critical importance.
Harrison has been Oklahoma's highest graded offensive lineman in pass protection over the last two seasons and looks to be ready to play in the NFL.
For Oklahoma's sake, though, here's hoping he returns to give it one more go around with the Sooners.
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