The Green Bay Packers have a few major needs going into the 2023 NFL Draft. Tight end, safety, and possibly wide receiver are atop many mock draft lists for the Packers. A sneaky need that many are also saying the Packers could target in this year’s draft is left tackle. Thinking about life after David Bakhtiari at left tackle will need to be addressed sooner rather than later. As it turns out, one of the top left tackles in the 2023 NFL Draft would absolutely love to play for the Green Bay Packers.
Northwestern OT Peter Skoronski Would Love To Play For The Green Bay Packers
Per Inside NU:
Skoronski on potentially going to the Packers: “I grew up a Packers fan. that would be an enormous deal to me and my family and kind of a dream come true, in a sense. Happy to go anywhere else, but there is this place in my heart for the Packers for sure.”
Skoronski is a great all-around offensive lineman with the potential to become a very good starter in the NFL. He has an impressive three years of college experience, having started for Northwestern since his freshman year.
He’s an experienced, technician, whose feet balance and hand usage are all already elite, giving him an edge over other players in this draft class. He has the perfect combination of athleticism and skill and has demonstrated he’s the pass blocker in the draft class. He, however, doesn’t have the ideal size for a pro left tackle and his limited arm length may put pro teams off and see him as more of a guard prospect.
Skoronski is still the most NFL-ready offensive lineman in this draft class, and for that reason he’ll likely be the first offensive lineman selected in the 2023 NFL Draft
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