Peter Skoronski – NFL Draft Profile

Peter Skoronski - NFL Draft Profile
Peter Skoronski – NFL Draft Profile

This class is filled with talent and will bring great value to your dynasty squad for the foreseeable future. Dave Heilman (@DynastyDorks) and I (@FFBourbonDude) brought you a ton of pre-combine profiles at each of the offensive skill positions. Now it’s time to get into our offensive lineman. Be sure to check out our NFL Draft Playlist on YouTube for our other stuff.


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Peter Skoronski – NFL Rookie Draft


Height – 6’4″

Weight – 315 pounds

As a four-star recruit, Skoronski anchored the offensive line of the last two seasons with the following accolades via Northwesterns website.

2022 Junior:

AP First Team Preseason All-American

Finished the season with PFF’s highest pass-blocking grade in the country at 93.0, (also one of highest of all time), allowed only six pressures on 480 pass-blocking snaps

Best PFF single-season pass-blocking grade recorded over the last two seasons

Finished with a 79.1 PFF run-blocking grade, ranking fifth among all qualifying Power Five tackles

Named Rimington-Pace Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year (first ever by an NU lineman)

First Northwestern OL to earn two All-Big Ten first-team awards and the third Wildcat to do so under Pat Fitzgerald

2022 Unanimous First Team All-American (first ever by an NU player)

Named to 2022 All-Big Ten First Team by coaches and media

Finished as a finalist for the 2022 Outland Trophy, recognizing the nation’s best college interior lineman on both offense and defense

2021 Sophomore:

All-Big Ten First Team (coaches) and All-Big Ten Second Team (media)

Started all 12 games as a sophomore

Paved the way for Evan Hull’s 1,000-yard season on the ground

Peter Skoronski - Draft Profile

Offensive Line Pros

Lateral Quickness – Very capable of moving quickly enough to get inside or outside a shaded lineman or linebacker.

Hand Fighting – Skoronski knows how to use his hands to disconnect engaged rushers.

Reading the Rush – He can read stunts and disguised blitzes very well. He is also good at passing off blocking.

Offensive Line Cons

Anchoring – He has a tendency to allow power rushers to get into his body and drive him backward.

Length – He does have shorter arms and when you couple this with his below-average ability to anchor, it could be challenging at the next level.

Leverage – It’s difficult at times, for Skoronski to play with leverage and those long strong defenders tend to shed him pretty easily.

Peter Skoronski NFL Player Comp

Alijah Vera-Tucker – OL New York Jets


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