2023 NFL Draft Big Board: Top 5 players at each position

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Northwestern Wildcats offensive lineman Peter Skoronski prepares to block against the Maryland Terrapins at SECU Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports /

2023 NFL Draft Big Board: Offensive tackle

. Peter Skoronski. 1. player. 882. .

Skoronski is a two-time first-team All-Big Ten selection. Last season, he allowed only one sack in 882 offensive snaps.

Despite being known more for his technique, he had the second-best vertical jump (34.50 inches) and broad jump (9-foot-7) among offensive linemen.

812. . . . Paris Johnson Jr.. 2. player

Over the last three seasons, Johnson gave up three sacks across 1,621 offensive snaps. In 2022, he recorded a PFF grade of 83.0.

At Ohio State, he started games at both guard and tackle. His athleticism and length give him the potential to thrive at either spot.

. . Broderick Jones. 3. player. 814.

Jones was a standout at the combine. His 4.97-second 40-yard dash led all offensive linemen.

Last season, Jones did not allow a sack in 933 offensive snaps. He has solidified himself as the top-three option in a talented offensive tackle class.

4. player. 812. . . . Dawand Jones

In college, Jones thrived at right tackle, and he should continue to play on the right side in the NFL.

He is built to play in a run-heavy offense. Over the last two seasons, he has posted a PFF run block grade of 91.5, which leads all offensive tackles.

Concurrently, he did not give up a sack in 763 offensive snaps last season.

. . Anton Harrison. 5. player. 815.

Harrison has an argument to be ranked higher, but Harrison, Dawand Jones, and Broderick Jones are all separated by a thin margin.

Like the other tackles, Harrison is coming off a tremendous season. He gave up only one sack in 862 offensive snaps.

Some questions have been raised about his athleticism, but he ran a 4.98-second 40-yard dash at the combine (tied for second-fastest among offensive linemen).

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