Peter Skoronski

OT

Northwestern

Peter Skoronski

HT:

WT:

YR:

NO:

OVR RK

7

POS RK

1

FINAL GRADE

7.3

6040

315

JR

77

CEILING

8

OVR RK

PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT

Pro Spread/LT who can play in a zone or gap scheme. Can play IOL if wingspan becomes an issue. Has experience playing center.

PASS GAME ANALYSIS

Skoronski exhibits quick feet in pass protection, getting into his pass sets with speed and precision. He plays with great bend and athleticism. He does a great job staying technically sound in the heat of the battle. NFL teams may consider him a better option on the interior due to his lack of wingspan.

RUN GAME ANALYSIS

Skoronski does a great job using his quickness to get to the second level in the run game. He knows how to use leverage but needs to improve his ability to latch on to a defender to sustain his block.

FINAL REPORT

As mentioned, His quickness is what stands out. He gets into his pass sets fast. He did struggle to match speed and length with Michigan Edge David Ojabo in 2021. Length is a concern for Skoronski and might affect his draft stock if NFL teams consider him an IOL instead of an OT prospect. So far in 2022, he is the highest-graded OT in pass protection and the third-highest OT overall, according to PFF, through 7 weeks.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

Quickness

Solid Anchor

Bend

KEY WEAKNESSES

Length

Latch

PLAYER COMPARISONS

KEY POSITIONAL FACTOR GRADES

Anchor (Very Good)

Body Control (Very Good)

Athleticism (Near Elite)

KNOWN INJURIES