The Oklahoma Sooners have lost a key player to the 2024 NFL Draft, as offensive lineman Tyler Guyton made the announcement on X, formerly Twitter, on Saturday.
Guyton, a redshirt junior, played in 19 games for the Sooners the past two seasons after transferring from TCU before the 2022 season. Guyton stands at 6-foot-7 and 328 pounds and is ranked as the No. 7 offensive tackle on Mel Kiper Jr. from ESPN’s latest 2024 NFL draft rankings.
Guyton is from Manor, Texas, and was a three-star recruit in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports’ Composite rankings.
Guyton is the second Oklahoma offensive lineman to declare for the NFL Draft on Saturday, joining Andrew Raym.
Oklahoma also found out the destination of starting quarterback Dillon Gabriel, who announced on Saturday he would be heading to the Oregon Ducks to finish his career. With Gabriel now officially out the door in Norman, the Sooners will now turn to Jackson Arnold, a five-star freshman quarterback from Denton Guyer High School in Denton, Texas.
Needless to say, there will be plenty of new faces on offense for the Sooners, who are set to join the SEC for the 2024 college football season.