Peter Skoronski, the newest Titan

Author: Tony CavalloPublished: 04/27/23
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With a captain's lineage, Peter Skoronski enters the NFL ready to start along the Titans' offensive line immediately. The question is, where does he play? He was a center in high school, which means he is used to being a leader on the field. He started at tackle in college and was AWESOME. Lauded by both scouts and media, Skoronski is a banger. His build, however, has many anticipating a move to guard in the big leagues. That may just be people typecasting him based on his little T-Rex arms. Don't tell him I said that though...

Peter Skoronski scouting report

  • Position: Offensive tackle

  • School: Northwestern (Jr)

  • Measurables: 6'4, 313 pounds

  • Combine notes: He ranks in the 97th percentile for the vertical jump (34.5") and 96th percentile for the broad jump (115")

  • Where he wins: Excellent with both his feet and hands, Skoronski does everything right.

  • Areas for improvement: Might lack the quickness and length needed to protect the QB against speed rushers.

Peter replaced Rashawn Slater at Northwestern as a freshman at left tackle and immediately made second-team All-Big Ten. Not easy to do. Followed that up with two straight first-team All-Big Ten selections and ended last year as a unanimous All-American. He was also selected as the Big Ten's offensive lineman of the year when he won the Rimington-Pace Award.

Obligatory Peter Skoronski Highlight Reel

3 facts you probably didn't know about Peter Skoronski

  • He is the grandson of a former captain of the Green Bay Packers, Bob Skoronski. Legend status.

  • He once gained 6.7 lbs from one meal at an all-you-can-eat-meat buffet. That's a lotta meatballs.

  • He speaks in gifs from The Office. One of us! One of us!

How does Peter Skoronski fit with the Titans?

The Titans might have given us a hint as to where he'll be fitting into this offensive line with how they announced the pick — offensive tackle! The Titans released long-time LT Taylor Lewan this offseason, where Skoronski played the bulk of his snaps this past season at Northwestern. He'll slot right in as an immediate starter.

Grade: B+

(I love the pick. I love Skoronski. I just don't know if I love it for the Titans. Would I love any pick for the Titans, though? I'm not sure. They have a lot of holes to fill.)

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