Anton Harrison NFL Draft
Anton Harrison

Anton Harrison

  • OT Oklahoma
  • Sophomore
  • #74
  • 6'5"
  • 309lbs
  • Prospect
  • Big 12

Prospect Summary

Anton Harrison NFL Draft Scouting Report

OT, Oklahoma Sooners

A four-star recruit, Anton Harrison chose Oklahoma over the likes of Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State. He earned playing time as a freshman in 2020 before settling in as the Sooners’ blindside protector in 2021 and 2022.

Harrison has the physical profile of an appealing NFL offensive tackle prospect. He features a long and athletic build with good arm length. Harrison is thick in his lower half and he’s far from maxed out. He has the athleticism needed to mirror rushers and handle speed off the edge while offering plenty of range as a run blocker. Harrison has quick and nimble feet with loose hips, which makes it natural for him to redirect, work laterally, and get into space. I like his overall balance and how he plays within himself, rarely getting overextended or top-heavy.

The key for Harrison moving forward is getting stronger and developing his footwork in pass protection to better take advantage of his length and movement skills. While Harrison isn’t overpowered at the point of attack, he is far from a people-mover that creates consistent displacement in drive-block situations. With more functional strength and by executing with better leverage, Harrison will become an even more effective blocker in the run and pass games. His pass sets are inconsistent in terms of getting the depth and width necessary to frame blocks. Too often Harrison will open his hips too soon and create soft angles for rushers to work through, which can be improved with more consistent footwork in his kickslide. Harrison has room to improve his hand technique where his timing and placement can be erratic and inconsistent.

With increased functional strength and technical growth, Harrison has the potential to be a starting left tackle in the NFL early in his career. 

Top Reasons to Buy In:

  • Length and movement skills
  • Pass protection ability 
  • Body type 

Top Reasons For Concern:

  • Functional strength
  • Inconsistent pass sets
  • Hand placement and consistency with leverage

Size (NFL Combine):

Height: 6′ 4”

Weight: 315 lbs

Arm Length: 34 1/8”

Hand Size: 9 1/4”

Athletic Testing (NFL Combine):

40-yard Dash: 4.98s

Vertical Jump: 28.5”

Broad Jump: 8′ 9”

Short-Shuttle: TBD

Three-Cone: TBD

Bench Reps: TBD

Ideal Role: Developmental starting tackle 

Scheme Fit: Zone rushing offense 

TDN Consensus Grade: 80.00/100 (Second-Round Value)

  • Marino Grade: 80.00/100

Written By: Joe Marino

Exposures: TCU (2021), Oklahoma State (2021), Baylor (2021), Texas (2022), Kansas State (2022), TCU (2022)

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