2023 NFL Draft: Breaking down the best options for Steelers first round pick

2023 CFP National Championship - TCU v Georgia
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1. Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia

The Steelers made some good signings last offseason with James Daniels and Mason Cole to secure the interior of the offensive line.  They do still have a need at offensive tackle, however.

Broderick Jones was a highly recruited player as he was a five-star in the 2020 class. He certainly has the tools to develop into a high-level offensive tackle in the NFL with his athleticism.

At Georgia, he is a very reliable presence on the offensive line. He may not have as many super dominant reps as you may see from other first-round tackles, however, he consistently just does his job. This season he allowed just nine pressures and no sacks, which is phenomenal.

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