Andrew Stueber is a guard for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He was born on July 1, 1999, and is a member of the American football team.
He attended Michigan University and was on the football team there. In 2021, when he was a graduate student, the AFCA recognized him as a member of the second team of All-Americans.
Stueber made his college choice public on June 25, 2016, declaring his intention to join the University of Michigan football team as a member of the highest-rated recruiting class in Michigan history.
ESPN gave him a ranking of four stars as a prospect, which placed him as the fourth best player in the state of Connecticut. In the preseason of his junior year in 2019, he tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), which caused him to miss the whole season.
The Walter Camp Football Foundation named him Connecticut Player of the Year in 2020 while he was a senior playing football in the state of Connecticut.
In 2021, while he was a graduate student, he helped the offensive line have the fewest sacks allowed (10) and the third-fewest tackles for loss in the country. As a result, he is a semi-finalist for the Joe Moore Award.
What Team Is Andrew Stueber On?
American football guard Andrew Stueber currently plays for the New England Patriots, who are members of the National Football League.