As part of one of the best (and largest) offensive lineman class in Lincoln Riley history, Oklahoma adds fantastic prospect in Anton Harrison.
Harrison, a Washington D.C. native, has signed his LOI is officially on board with the Oklahoma Sooners.
To me, Harrison translates more towards a guard in Bill Bedenbaugh’s scheme, as he has a very powerful punch and long arms. He can be a mauler in run blocking, but I don’t believe his feet are quite quick enough to play either tackle position. Regardless, he is a behemoth of a man and is another prototypical Bedenbaugh offensive lineman. At 6’5, 310 lbs., Harrison is marked as the No. 20 overall OT and the No. 221 player in the country per the 247Composite rankings.
Harrison will be joining Bedenbaugh’s already stacked group of offensive linemen and will certainly have to wait his turn with several talented offensive tackles ahead of him on the roster. Harrison’s time will come, but just like the rest of the commits on the offensive line, he will have to wait.