Steelers 53-man roster prediction with the 2023 NFL Draft behind us
Plenty of depth and quality should fill the offensive line this season
Offensive line (10): Broderick Jones (OT), Isaac Seumalo (OG), Mason Cole (OC), James Daniels (OG), Chuks Okorafor (OT), Dan Moore Jr. (OT), Le'Raven Clark (OT), Nate Herbig (OG), Kevin Dotson (OG), Spencer Anderson (OG/OC)
Massive changes have been implemented to the offensive trenches of the Steelers. They have been able to upgrade at left guard, tackle, and a couple of depth spots as well. Trying to figure out where some starters may land is one thing, but figuring out who will make the final roster is another. Both starting tackles will likely be the biggest positions to sift through, but one would have to imagine that Broderick Jones will start on the left side no matter what.
Unless someone knocks Kevin Dotson off the roster, it seems like one roster spot is potentially open for business. Trying to figure out who the starters will be, especially at tackle, and those that are backups behind them will be the main factors to figure out. The final roster spot in this case came down to Spencer Anderson, Ryan McCollum, and William Dunkle.
Anderson won that battle in this case because of his position flexibility and athleticism. He has a higher ceiling than any of the other players listed in the competition for that final spot. This offensive line has the makings of one of the deepest and potentially most talented groups that we have seen in a long time.