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Sooners At The NFL Combine

The University of Oklahoma sent three players to this year’s NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Three former Sooners also made appearances in front of the scouts, to try and improve their draft stock. Let’s talk about it.

Oklahoma is the only school in the country that has been able to produce at least four NFL Draft picks each of the last 16 seasons. That is not an easy thing to accomplish.

Tyler Guyton, who many have pretty much guaranteed to be a first-round pick, had a very good combine. Here are his official stats from his workout.

Height—  6-foot-7 3/4

Weight — 322 pounds

Hand — 10 ¼ inches

Tyler Guyton after the game against Texas.

Arm — 34 1/8 inches

Wingspan — 82 ¼ inches

40-yard dash — 5.19 seconds

10-yard split — 1.76 seconds, which ranked top-10 in the offensive tackle category.

Broad jump — 8 feet and 11 inches

Three-cone drill — 7.5 seconds, which ranked third among offensive tackles.

20-yard shuffle — 4.71 seconds, which ranked fourth among offensive tackles.

Guyton played two seasons for OU after transferring in from TCU. He made nine starts at right tackle for the Sooners last season.

Andrew Raym

Height — 6-foot-4

Weight — 314 pounds

Hand — 10 inches

Arm — 32 ½ inches

Andrew Raym on Senior Day before the game against TCU.

Wingspan — 78 ¾ inches

40-yard dash — 5.42 seconds

10-yard split — 1.94 seconds 

Broad jump — 7 feet, 11 inches

Raym did not participate in the three-cone drill, or the 20-yard shuffle.

Walter Rouse

Height — 6-foot-5 ¾

Weight — 313 pounds

Walter Rouse during the Sooners’ spring practice.

Hand — 10 1/8 inches

Arm — 35 1/8 inches

Wingspan — 83 ¾ inches

Walter Rouse chose not to participate in the 40-yard dash, or other testing. But, he opted into the positional-specific drills.

Rouse earned an honorable mention All-Big 12 this past season, and was recognized for blocking two rushers simultaneously on the game-winning play against Texas.

Caleb Williams (USC)

Height — 6-foot-1 and 1/8

Weight — 214 pounds

Hand — 9 ¾ inches

Arm — 32 inches

Wingspan — 75 7/8 inches

Caleb Williams, who might be the first overall pick in the draft in April, did not participate in any of the testing drills. The very first question he received from the media was, “Are you scared to compete?”.

Spencer Rattler (South Carolina)

Height — 6-foot

Weight — 211

Hand — 9 7/8 inches

Arm — 31 inches

Wingspan — 74 ¾ inches

40-yard dash — 4.95 seconds

10-yard split — 1.63 seconds

Broad jump — 9 feet

Three-cone drill — 7.21 seconds

20-yard shuffle — 4.37 seconds

David Ugwoegbu (Houston)

Height — 6-foot-3 7/8

Weight — 250 pounds

Hand — 10 ¼ inches

Arm — 33 ¾ inches

Wingspan — 80 3/8 inches

Ugwoegbu did not run the 40-yard dash or participate in the three-cone drill or 20-yard shuffle. He did participate in the bench press at the combine, and did 21 reps of 225 pounds. Ugwoegbu played for the Sooners from 2019-2022, before transferring to Houston.

Drake Stoops did not receive an invite to this year’s combine. He was second in the Big 12 in receiving touchdowns with 10, trailing only Adonai Mitchell from Texas. Stoops had 84 receptions for 962 yards.

What team will these Sooners be playing for? We will have to wait till April to find out.

Images courtesy of Ray Bahner/OU Daily, Aden Choate/OU Daily, and Olivia Lauter/OU Daily

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