Yahoo! Sports NFL Insider Rand Getlin reported the move, based on discussions with sources. If Peat does enter the draft, it would shake up offensive tackle draft boards around the league.

Peat (6-foot-7, 316 pounds) is considered one of the top two or three underclassmen tackles nationally. His dad, Todd, played for six seasons in the NFL.

Peat, who is from the Phoenix area, was a consensus national top-30 recruit in the 2012 signing class and played extensively as a reserve as a true freshman; he started at left tackle the past two seasons. He has excellent size and high-level athleticism. He is quick off the snap and can be a road-grader in the running game. He also has the feet and agility to become a high-level pass protector.