The New England Patriots of the National Football League are where guard Andrew Stueber competes in American football. His height and weight are both 2.01 m. He obtained his high school diploma from Darien. In June 2016, when he committed to Michigan, he became a member of the most prestigious recruiting class in the school’s history.
ESPN rated him as a four-star prospect and the state’s fourth-best player. From 2017 to 2021, after graduating from high school, he played football for the University of Michigan’s Michigan Wolverines squad. In 2019, he was a junior and suffered an ACL tear during training camp, missing the full year.
The Walter Camp Football Foundation honored him as the 2020 Connecticut Player of the Year when he was a football senior. In 2021, while still a graduate student, he helped the offensive line achieve the third-fewest tackles for loss (27) and the fewest sacks allowed (10). For the Joe Moore Award, he is a finalist.
He was chosen for the second-team All-American team of the AFCA as well as the first-team All-Big Ten team of the media following the season. In the seventh round of the 2022 NFL Draft, he was chosen by the New England Patriots. He was added to the reserve/other injury list in August 2022.
Does Andrew Stueber Have Any Kids?
No. Andrew Stueber has no children currently.