Updated 2024 offensive tackle rankings for the Cowboys after NFL Combine

With the Tyron Smith-era now over, Dallas must look to fill his big shoes.

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4. Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma

Standing 6-foot-7 and 327 pounds, Guyton is a player with similar size to Mims. He is another brute lineman that Dallas can really use. Guyton's flawless positioning skills holding blocks display his quick feet and persistence to stay on the block till the whistle blows. He knows how to use his hefty frame to his advantage, but he does not bank on it making him a dominant player.

Guyton prides himself on what he can do outside of his frame in terms of his presence in the trenches. He has great hand technique and good form to shuffle with opposing rushers. He is also versatile as he had stints at both tackle spots while in college. His fundamentally-sound blocking skills stand out.

Guyton wasn't the fastest at the Combine, but he showed promising agility in the shuttle drills. The former Sooner was a late-first-round prospect heading into Indy and leaves in the same range with a mediocre Combine showing. Still, he showed enough throughout his college career to be worthy of a first-round pick.