Big Ten Network analyst shares impression of strong work by Northwestern OL Peter Skoronski
Peter Skoronski has been a stud ever since he stepped on campus for Northwestern. Entering his third year with the program, Skoronski is likely to play one more season with the Wildcats before heading to the NFL.
On Friday, the Big Ten Network stopped by practice to catch Northwestern during the traditional bus tour. During the stop, BTN’s Dave Revsine particularly noted the work of Skoronski.
Revsine understood why the talented left tackle is mocked as a likely first-rounder for the 2023 NFL Draft. Revsine also believes Skoronski will lead a talented backfield for the Wildcats this season.
Fun watching Peter Skoronski today – can see why he’s a 1st rounder in every mock draft. Should lead the way for what should be a really good run game with Cam Porter and Evan Hull. pic.twitter.com/G8x5DFZxEe
— Dave Revsine (@BTNDaveRevsine) August 5, 2022
Skoronski has started all 21 games for the Wildcats since he joined the team as a true freshman in 2020. He was a first-team All-B1G selection (coaches) in 2021 and is regarded as a potential All-American entering 2022.