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Andrus Peat Works Position Drills At Pro Day

*After already showing what he can do from a physical standpoint at the combine, Stanford offensive lineman Andrus Peat -- a projected first-round pick -- went through position drills at the school's pro day this week. *

After going through all of the drills at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis last month, Stanford offensive tackle Andrus Peat wanted to use the school's pro day this week to show from an on-field standpoint why he's projected to go in the first-round in this year's NFL Draft.

Under sunny skies in Palo Alto, Calif., Peat when through position-specific drills along with having his measurables updated.  

"I was expecting it," Peat told "I've been through some of that stuff before, but it was more rapid. We got some good work in today."

Over the last two seasons for the Cardinal, Peat was a mainstay in the lineup, starting 28 games at left tackle.

After earning All-Pac 12 second-team honors among others during the 2013 season, Peat appeared on almost every All-American team in 2014. According to his school profile, Peat anchored an offensive line that ranked 18th nationally during the season in tackles for loss allowed.

This came after helping guide Stanford to an 11-3 record the year prior.

Current New England Patriots guard and former teammate Cameron Fleming helped Peat – the only Stanford offensive lineman to participate in drills – through the day.

As Fleming held up pads that simulated defensive players, Peat believes the performance he put on display to 70 NFL scouts will only help him as the draft nears.

"I wanted to show some of the stuff I had out here, some athleticism and footwork, and I thought I did that," he said.

Defensive lineman David Parry – a 6-foot-1, 308-pound fifth-year senior was among the other Stanford prospects on display.

Considered a mid-round pick, Parry participated in the shuttle run and the three-cone drill along with getting some position work in.

"It went well," Parry said of the day. "It was good to get out here after working so hard for this day and to perform with my teammates one last time. Sleeping was a little bit tougher last night, but once it's time to perform, you just block it all out and go."




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