2022 Guide: What Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services said about ANDREW STUEBER:
Michigan, 6060 325 5.35. Two-year starter, Darien, CT. Played mostly right tackle, but also saw time at guard and then played some center at the Senior Bowl. First-team All-Big 10 in 2021. Big, strong, smart, and physical blockers that can back up multiple positions always have value. His lack of athletic upside may keep him from being a starter at the next level, but he isn’t someone that you mind bringing into a game if he can be protected in the passing game. Space won’t be his friend in that department. Will likely play inside predominantly, but can be the guy who shifts outside in a pinch if multiple injuries arise. Has a tall and wide frame with ideally distributed mass throughout the entire frame. Supplies heavy, impactful impact when punching the defender. Strong and steady presence when engaged with power defenders inside. Capable of screwing himself into the ground against the bull rush, using heavy hands and tree stump legs to anchor and control. Will get movement off the line as an upfield run blocker. Brings heavy contact to the second level to redirect linebackers. Shows an accurate punch on the move. Heavy steps with tight ankles cause overall lower body issues in pass protection. Has a hard time playing low enough snap to snap. Hands get wide and inaccurate and without the athleticism to reconnect, will be vulnerable to holding penalties and double moves.
Seventh round/PFA. (A-34 1/8, H-10, BP-18, 10-4.90).