Oklahoma tight end Mark Andrews is a nightmare at the college level, and he’ll be a terror to deal with at the next level as well.
NFL.com draft analyst Chad Reuter pegs Andrews as one of 10 pro prospects with the best chance to make the Pro Bowl within his first three years in the NFL.
He ranks No. 9 on Reuter’s list behind the likes of Alabama WR Calvin Ridley, Ohio State DE Nick Bosa and Penn State RB Saquon Barkley.
“Forget what you might hear about his lack of experience in-line — if healthy, Andrews will be a matchup nightmare for NFL defenses,” Reuter wrote. “He has tight end size and receiver-like agility in the open field. Quarterbacks all over the league will beg their general manager to pick up this dude.”
Andrews has racked up a career-best 701 yards receiving and 39 receptions this season. He’s also caught 4 touchdown passes. He’s been a major contributor for the Sooners since 2015 when he broke out as a touchdown machine, scoring on 7 of his 19 receptions.
Andrews will get a chance to show off his skill set in front of a national audience, Saturday, when Oklahoma faces TCU at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.
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