2. Andrus Peat, Stanford
At 6-foot-6 and 313 pounds, Peat is a monster of a man to protect a quarterback’s blindside. He’s an instinctive blocker with high intellect and reacts well to different pass-rushing techniques.
Some see Peat’s upside as only a right tackle, but he has enough foot quickness to play on the left side. He may need to build up some more strength leading into his rookie season, though.
Overall, Peat has a high ceiling but needs to work on his consistency. He’s an athlete, which is desired out of a pass-protector.