The Oklahoma Sooners capped off the season with a 55-20 victory in the Cotton Bowl. In the wake of the game, the focus shifted toward several names who could enter the NFL Draft or return to Norman for yet another year. Enter Creed Humphrey who many believe could be selected in the first round of the upcoming draft.
On Thursday afternoon, Humphrey officially opted to forego a senior season by declaring for the 2021 NFL Draft. There’s no denying that the anchor of the offensive line set the tone in the trenches. As a three year starter, the center racked up numerous accolades.
Most recently, Humphrey was named an AP as well as AFCA All-American while playing at the University of Oklahoma. Clearly receiving a high draft grade, the redshirt junior’s value proved too high to turn down.
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