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Draft INSIGHT: OT Matt Peart & OG Logan Stenberg

How would drafting either of these players in Round 4 make the Browns better?

NCAA Football: Senior Bowl Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

The Browns need depth at both tackle and guard spots. Round 4 is a perfect spot to get backups at either position and push for a starting job with pick #115. Matt Peart and Logan Stenberg are each talented players who need some seasoning and can be coached up. Cleveland offensive line coach Bill Callahan is just the man who can take raw clay and mold an athlete into a valued roster member without the pressure of having to man a starting role from Day 1.

OT Matt Peart


College: UConn

Height: 6’-7”

Weight: 303 pounds

40-time: 5.06

Career Games: 48


  • Played right and left tackle in college
  • Four-year starter and very durable
  • Mobility
  • Penalized very few times
  • Active in run blocking
  • Quick enough to stay with outside rushers
  • Knows how to use leverage to his advantage
  • Senior Bowl invitee
  • 2019 First Team All-AAC


  • Irregular hand technique
  • Needs improvement in pass protection
  • Not the longest of arms
  • Tends to lean on bodies instead of pushing
  • Needs more girth to handle bigger defensive linemen
  • Will need development and coached up
  • Get more stronger

Expert Draft Site Analysis

Ideal length, height and frame to play on the outside at the next level. Peart a natural bend, and does an excellent job at getting inside leverage and being in a position to maximize his push against opponents. Agile and light footed for his size, and comfortably moved from guard to tackle. Lateral movement is smooth and rarely gets beaten with speed moves on the outside. Needs to work on his lower body strength, as he can get challenged with pure power rushers.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: DEC 31 Belk Bowl - Virginia Tech v Kentucky Photo by John Byrum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

OG Logan Stenberg


College: Kentucky

Height: 6’-6”

Weight: 322 pounds

40-time: 5.30

Career Games: 39


  • Great strength
  • Is known for putting defenders on their backs
  • Is a finisher and a bully
  • Rarely is overpowered by defender
  • Can simply engulf his opposition
  • Excellent point-of-attack power
  • Very good reach and extension
  • Has great vision with pulling
  • Selected for Senior Bowl and dominated every defender
  • 2019 First Team All-SEC
  • 2019 Second Team All-American
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll
  • Three-year starter in tough conference
  • Did not allow a single sack his senior season


  • Can “stand up” too often
  • Needs to sustain blocks on running plays longer
  • Sufficient second level blocking
  • Lacks true positional flexibility
  • May be too tall for guard?

Expert Draft Site Analysis

Logan Stenberg projects as a starter in a gap/power heavy scheme at the pro level. Stenberg is a mauler with a tenacious demeanor and will be an effective tone setter — although he does have his limitations. Stenberg is not a dynamic mover and his stiffness will present issues with remaining stuck on his blocks for an extended period of time. In all, Stenberg’s wins in close quarters outweigh his lack of range and influence on the fringes. Very scheme specific but can serve as a starter.