Pick by pick analysis of the first round of the NFL Draft: 11-20
The players, the schemes, the fits, the decisions
11. Tennessee Titans: Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern
The Titans entered the draft with the worst offensive line in the league. Look at this thing:
LT – Andre Dillard
LG – Dillon Radunz
C – Aaron Brewer
RG – Daniel Brunskill
RT – Nicholas Petit-Frere
Adding another lineman was a must. Grabbing the cleanest of the lot was a sensible move.
Skoronski will likely be the team’s best blocker from Day One. Will he line up at left tackle, right tackle, or guard? When you look at that group, it really doesn’t matter. Just raising the baseline competency of the group is a win. Ideally: Skoronski will be given a shot to play at left tackle with Andre Dillard, who the team added in free agency, moving to the right side and bumping Nicholas Petit-Frere inside or to the bench.
Skorkonsi is the most technically proficient and polished blocker in the 2023 class. He is a pass-pro-savant: he plays with an outstanding base, can slide out against speed…
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