Oklahoma Sooners tight end Mark Andrews was nothing short of spectacular in his three seasons at OU, and he’ll look to continue that run of form in the NFL next season.
Andrews won the Mackey Award in 2017 and ended his redshirt junior season with 62 receptions for 958 yards and eight touchdowns. His efforts also earned him unanimous All-American honors, a distinction he shared with teammates Baker Mayfield and Orlando Brown.
Andrews is considered a first-round talent, and we all have no doubt that he’ll be successful at the next level if he can stay healthy. He definitely goes down as one of the best tight ends in school history and has certainly done his share to help his teams win a lot of games (34 in three seasons, to be exact). Thanks for the memories, Mark!