The 2022 NFL Draft is a week and a half in the rearview mirror, with a total of 48 players from the Big Ten selected to NFL rosters during the 3-day event in Las Vegas. Atop the list was Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchison, with the Detroit native set to play for his hometown Lions as he went 2nd overall.

Next year’s draft will be from April 27-29 in Kansas City. While that’s a long way off, though, it’s not stopping speculation from being made as to who might be selected among next year’s draft hopefuls, and when. That includes from Pro Football Focus, who tweeted out the top 5 offensive tackles on their 2023 big board.

Among the list is Northwestern’s Peter Skoronski, headed into his 3rd season with the Wildcats in 2022 and currently ranked as the No. 13 overall draft prospect by PFF. An Outland Trophy watch list member, the 6-foot-4, 294-pounder was part of an offensive line that helped the Wildcats rush for 144.2 yards per game and 12 touchdowns.

With a possible NFL future ahead of him, Skoronski will hope to build his resume even further next season as a key member of the Wildcats’ front 5.