Andrew Stueber
Team: Michigan WolverinesHeight: 6-7 Born: N/A
Position: OLWeight: 338 Hometown: Darien, Connecticut
Class-Eligibility: GS-Sr

Scouting Report

40 time: 5.35

Projection: Fourth Round

Overview: Bided his time while working primarily on special teams during his first two years in Ann Arbor and a torn ACL in 2019 training camp. He made it back in good health, earning two starts at right guard and four at right tackle. Stueber wouldn't start gaining traction as a potential early round selection until his standout senior year. He was named a first team all-Big Ten lineman and team captain while locking down the right side for the Wolverines.

Strengths: Accurate and active hands, always making smart adjustments as a pass blocker. Linebackers' worst enemy in the run game. Physically imposing player with good power. Great eyes and overall awareness. Could fit as either a guard or tackle and brings coveted versatility.

Weaknesses: Locks up too often when he has to adjust to inside counters. Reliant on his footwork to make up some of the gaps with agility. Will lose angles and be beaten by quickness off the snap. Too easily tripped up in short-yardage situations. Slips off blocks when he has to adjust for agile and bendy defenders.

Pro Comp: Dalton Risner, Denver Broncos -- Risner played tackle in college and was viewed by some teams as such, but moved inside to guard after getting to Denver. Stueber's lapses with speed and bend could create a similar situation.