2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MARK ANDREWS: Oklahoma, 6051 256 4.67. Fourth year junior entry from Scottsdale, AZ. The two-year starter has fought through the struggles of type 1 diabetes and a few nagging injuries. The end result being named the nation’s top tight end via the John Mackey Award and first-team All-America honors in 2017. Andrews has been a key part to the high-powered Oklahoma offense and ascent of quarterback Baker Mayfield’s national status. At his size, which has been NFL-caliber for an NFL tight end for a couple years, Andrews is a fluid athlete in space. Is comfortable running the entire route tree and can finish plays with smooth ball skills. Adjusts on the fly to balls thrown above and behind him consistently. The awareness and consistent ability to use his body to shield opponents from the ball is a massive weapon on third downs and near the end zone. After the catch, he has a way of carrying defenders on his back for extra yards. Dominates defensive backs and linebackers as a blocker. He can engulf them and has the foot speed to stay with them in space. His issues arise when he lines up in the trenches, something he simply didn’t do often in the OU offense. He comes off the ball hesitant, borderline even skittish, when matched up against linemen. He is late and inaccurate with his hands and the effort isn’t always there. As many highlight reel catches as he will make, there is an equal amount of drops on easy balls. There are concentration and hustle issues that may stem from poor conditioning. He looks like he has the goods. May just be a situational player. 2017 stats: 62-958, 15.5 ypr, 8 TD. OSR:7/16. Second/third round. (A-32 1/2, H-9 1/2, VJ-31, SS-4.38).