Peter Skoronski NFL Draft 2023 Scouting Report: Prospect Profile, NFL Combine Results, Pro Comparison, More

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Peter Skoronski, a Northwestern offensive tackle, is one of the top prospects, regardless of position, as we look ahead to the 2023 NFL Draft. The best offensive lineman in school history, Skoronski lived up to the hype in his three seasons with the Wildcats. He started in all 33 of his career games and earned All-Big Ten honors twice.

Below is a comprehensive draft profile for Skoronski, including his scouting report, prospect ranking, pro comparison, combined results, college and high school accolades, and overall NFL outlook.

Note: This profile will be updated as more information becomes available.

About

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  • Age: 21
  • residence: Park Ridge, Illinois
  • Interesting fact: Grandson of Bob Skoronski, who was the offensive left tackle and captain of Vince Lombardi’s five NFL championship teams at Green Bay

Position: No. 1 OT | General: no. 6 | Judgement: 90.60 (All Pro)

CBS Sports Mock Concepts

  • Ryan Wilson: Titans (No. 11)
  • Chris Trapasso: Giants (No. 25)
  • Josh Edwards: Titans (No. 11)
  • Pete Prisco: Jets (No. 13)
  • Kyle Stackpole: Packers (No. 13 – traded from Jets)

Expected Design Position (via Grinding the Mocks): 11.4 (OT2)

To view all of the most recent CBSSports.com mock drafts, click here.

NFL combines measurements/results

Height: 6-4 | Weight: 313 pounds | arms: 32 1/4″ | Hands: 10″ | wingspan: 79 1/2″

  • 40 meter sprint: 5.16 seconds
  • Shuttle bus of 10 meters: 1.75 seconds
  • wide jump: 9 feet, 7 inches
  • Vertical Jump: 34.5 inches
  • 3 cone drill: 7.80 seconds
  • bench press: 30 reps

NFL Comparison

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Scout report

Peter Skoronski is a pass-blocking specialist with an athletic prowess. He needs to add more weight and strength to his lower half. He works hard to anchor. It is noticeably more effective as a pass blocker than a run blocker. He has plus recovery skills, great grip strength and knows how to reset his hands in pass pro. Sometimes his hands are late, and then he loses, although in college he rarely lost in passing plays. Overall, he’s a decent high-floor, high-upside tackle.

Strengths

  • Balance and overall pass pro talent stand out
  • Great ability to recover when defeated
  • Very athletic, smooth movements in all areas
  • Excellent multi-season production

Weak points

  • Lacks the regular franchise gear length
  • Slightly amenable to swimming
  • No dominant run blocker today

College awards

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  • 2022: AP first-team All-American
  • 2022: All-Big Ten first team (coaches) and second team (media)
  • 2021: All-Big Ten first team (media) and second team (coaches)
  • 2020: True Freshman All-American (247Sports)
  • 2020: Second Team All-Big Ten

Remarkable statistics

  • 2022: Highest PFF pass block grade in FBS (93.0)
  • 2020–22: Started all 33 career games

Secondary school: Southern Maine (Park Ridge, Illinois)
Class: 2020
Composite rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (0.9502)

  • National: 113| OC: 3 | Illinois: 3

High School Awards: Two-time All-State (News Gazette), three-time All-Area (Pioneer Press), All-American Bowl selection

View Peter Skoronski’s full 247Sports profile, here. For his MaxPreps profile, click here.





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