Former Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield linked up with former Sooners defensive tackle Gerald McCoy for a campus tour.
A lot has changed in Norman, Okla., since McCoy went third overall in the 2010 draft.
Oklahoma renovated its stadium with a state-of-the-art locker room, as well as flashy, new trophy rooms.
Mayfield, who is expected to go early in the 2018 NFL Draft, gave McCoy a tour of the facilities. The two even played a game of arcade hoops, which didn’t go in Mayfield’s favor.
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McCoy picked Mayfield’s brain throughout the video as they walked around Owen Field and then took a golf cart around campus.
The former walk-on quarterback, Mayfield, showed McCoy the dorm he stayed in his first year at Oklahoma. And no, this is not a room in Headington Hall, the new athletics housing facility.
Mayfield was living among all the other freshman undergraduates in a cramped dorm room equipped with a twin-size bed and shared bathroom space.
Mayfield will be able to afford much better living arrangements as a rookie in the NFL as opposed to his rookie season at Oklahoma. McCoy shared some insight to his own journey to the draft with Mayfield, who will know his NFL destination around April 26-28.
McCoy seemed happy to be back on campus, where he became a two-time All-American defensive tackle and eventually landed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
McCoy is often seen running around Tampa Bay’s weight room on Fridays singing to “Boomer Sooner.” He brought that same fun-loving attitude back to Norman in this intergenerational Oklahoma football campus tour.