The best offensive lineman in this draft class finds his way to Pittsburgh in their dream scenario. Skoronski is a big, physical, technically sound left tackle who will be extremely effective as a puller in the run game flashing his agility and anticipation.
His only downfalls are that he sometimes is content with just stuffing his guy and not trying to pancake or finish the block. He has heavy feet, so he can sometimes get beat with a good speed rush. He has the size to potentially play all around the offensive line, but might be better suited as a right tackle.
Green Bay needs more playmakers with the ball in their hands. Michael Mayer is a ridiculously talented player in college football right now who has his way with any matchup that comes his way. He is a great blocker at the second level and can be a big factor in play action with his ability to do so much for an offense.
He comes in at 6’4 265 lbs, and he won’t be able to run away from defensive backs with his 4.65 40-yard dashes, however, his quickness off the line is enough to grab separation off the line. He has learned how to use his body to shield defenders and will be a big factor in the red zone game plan.
While Detroit might’ve wanted to grab a corner at 4th overall, I think getting Bryce Young is the right long-term move, and then they grab one of the top corners in the draft anyways here at 15 with Joey Porter Jr. He is a physical freak, and much like his father, will be an elite player at the next level.
Porter is very fluid in his movement and excels at forcing turnovers and using his anticipation to make a big play on the ball. He struggles playing off the ball, and he often can be handsy downfield when he gets caught off balance. He has all the pieces to be a great DB at the next level.
Keep the high flyer in LA. The speedy WR Jordan Addison won’t have to travel too far from USC to play in his pro career in SoFi Stadium for the Chargers. He is one of the fastest guys in this draft class, running a 4.39 40-yard dash, and is an extremely crispy route-runner.
He will likely be exclusively a slot WR for the Chargers which will work perfectly with Keenan Allen and Mike Williams occupying the two outside spots. It will make this high-flying offense even more explosive by adding a guy who is one of the best deep threats in college football.