2015 NFL Draft Prospect Andrus Peat

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September 13, 2014; Stanford, CA, USA; Stanford Cardinal quarterback Kevin Hogan (8) passes the football behind the block by Cardinal offensive tackle Andrus Peat (70) against Army Black Knights defensive lineman Joe Drummond (54) during the second quarter at Stanford Stadium. Stanford defeated Army 35-0. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Bottom Line

The left tackle position is a cerebral position and while it helps that Peat is at Stanford, the football team runs a pro style offense. That means all of the protection schemes and calls at the line of scrimmage to adjust them won’t be a problem. Remember, so much of the adjustment of going to the NFL is from the neck up and that has come between many prospects and success.

That’s why Stanford sends offensive lineman out into the draft seemingly every year as they are as pro ready as it gets.  So while Peat has all the physical traits with his length, build and foot speed, he has the mental aspect down as well. And he’s coached well from the technical and sound fundamentals aspect of things so his foundation is there.

He’s the best left tackle in the draft.

Whoever needs one better grab him if they get a chance.