Saturday and Sunday
Radio City Music Hall, New York
ESPN (Cox 29) and NFL Network (Cox 252)
Oklahoma State’s Brandon Pettigrew is widely considered the top tight end in the draft. We’ll take a look at his development and how he became the prototypical tight end.
Sooners in the draft
OU players who could be drafted in Saturday and Sunday’s NFL Draft:
Center, 6-2, 291
Cooper has put on a ton of weight since January, diminishing his primary negative: size. Teams will love his work ethic, technique and leadership, even if he is undersized.
Denver, Indianapolis, New England
Safety/linebacker, 6-2, 234
Harris may not have a true position in the NFL, and a slow 4.85 time in the 40 didn’t help.
Cleveland, Green Bay, Kansas City, New Orleans, Philadelphia
Safety, 6-0, 206
Holmes’ lack of speed (4.65) appears to have dropped his value dramatically; ESPN’s Todd McShay predicts Holmes will be the last player taken in the entire draft.
Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Seattle
Wide receiver, 6-1, 204
Iglesias doesn’t possess top-end speed, but his production in college won’t be overlooked.
Dallas, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, St. Louis
Wide receiver, 5-11, 189
A hamstring injury has prevented him from working out in front of scouts; that probably leaves him undrafted, though he could be a priority free-agent pickup.
Cleveland, Dallas, Jacksonville, Oakland, Philadelphia
Offensive tackle, 6-8, 332
His size is attractive, but it’s his potential as a dominant run blocker that will win over teams that lean on the power running game.
Baltimore, Chicago, Minnesota, Oakland, Pittsburgh
Offensive guard, 6-5, 329
A mauler in the run game, Robinson will also be scooped up by someone interested in augmenting their power run attack.
Dallas, Pittsburgh, San Diego
Offensive guard, 6-3, 306
Often overlooked by playing alongside Cooper, Loadholt and Robinson, Walker still was a productive player in college and that could catch someone’s attention.
Detroit, Kansas City,
Miami, Seattle, Washington
BY JAKE TROTTER