2015 NFL Draft, player profile: Andrus Peat

2015 NFL Draft, player profile: Andrus Peat

The Cleveland Browns own the 12th and 19th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. This is a player profile guide of potential players the Browns can draft in the first round. Day 5 will feature Stanford offensive tackle Andrus Peat.

Peat has played three seasons with Stanford, starting all 14 games as a Sophomore and 13 games as a Junior.

As a Junior Peat won the Morris Trophy, an award given annually to the best offensive and defensive lineman in the Pac-12. He also was voted Frank Kush offensive lineman of the year. In Peat's Sophomore year, Stanford ranked as one of the best offensive lines, allowing 1.14 sacks a game (11th best in nation). In 2014 Peat was voted Second Team All-American.

Peat can come in as a rookie and compete for a starting job with the Cleveland Browns and add value to an already solid offensive line. He adds great size and is quick off the snap. The Second Team All-Pac 12 lineman is patient, allowing the defender to come to him, but lacks in the running game because he does not explode his hips to push the defender backwards.

2015 Combine Stats:

5.18 second 40-yard dash

8.01 second 3 cone drill

4.62 second 20-yard shuttle

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