Broderick Jones - NFL Mock Draft Roundup

Leading up to the 2023 NFL Draft, we will track where Georgia Bulldogs offensive tackle Broderick Jones appears in the latest NFL mock drafts.

Broderick Jones NFL Mock Drafts

Here are some of the latest mock drafts in which Broderick Jones has appeared:

The Draft Network - Marino

11th overall, Tennessee Titans

There's a chance the Tennessee Titans move on from left tackle Taylor Lewan and even if they don't, the offensive line needs upgrades. Broderick Jones has been dominant in his stretch as the Georgia Bulldogs left tackle. I love his build, power, length, and movement skills. He has an extremely high ceiling.

CBS Sports - Edwards

22nd overall, Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles has used first-round picks on offensive linemen each of the past two years. The Chargers make it three straight with the selection of Broderick Jones, who flips to the right side. It is conceivable that the Chargers go offense early and often with a need at tight end and to add productive speed at wide receiver.

Walter Football

60th overall, Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals could stand to bolster their offensive line with one more upgrade.

Broderick Jones is a raw lineman who may have to move from tackle to guard.

College Football News

13th overall, New York Jets

The line needs an infusion of more talent. If Michael Mayer doesn't fall here, the Jets will have a slew of good blockers to choose from.

CBS Sports - Trapasso

19th overall, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jones isn't ready to be a high-caliber NFL blocker right now. He has to get stronger and play with better balance. His movement skills give him plenty of upside.

Athlon Sports - Fischer

13th overall, New York Jets

No matter who is at quarterback for the Jets moving forward, they'll need a cleaner pocket in which to operate. Jones ticks off just about every box you could after being the left tackle for the back-to-back national champions.

Pro Football Network - Fragoza

13th overall, New York Jets

Whether it's Zach Wilson, Mike White, or Aaron Rodgers at QB, Broderick Jones will form a wall from either tackle spot. Mekhi Becton is apparently working his way into shape, and if he can regain his form, the two would instantly provide one of the best OT duos in the league.

SB Nation - Schofield

11th overall, Tennessee Titans

Let the run on offensive tackles begin.

Looking through the draft order, there are a few spots in the draft where a position run seems in the cards. Later in the first round, a CB run seems in the mix, and we could see a WR run as well.

Here starts the tackle run, as all three of these next teams have a need upfront. We start with the Titans and Broderick Jones from Georgia. Jones only has 19 starts over his short college career, but his combination of athleticism and potential is hard to ignore. While he might still be refining his technique, he is working from an impressive starting point.

CBS Sports - Wilson

13th overall, New York Jets

Broderick Jones had had a strong '22 campaign for the Bulldogs, where he faced some of the best defensive players in the country every day at practice for the past two years. - O'Hara

12th overall, Houston Texans

The Texans drafted Stroud with their first pick. It makes sense to get him protection.

He blossomed quickly. With four career starts going into the 2022 season, he started 15 games at left tackle and did not allow a sack.

The 33rd Team

7th overall, Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders pick the top offensive lineman on their board. Jones has all of the tools to be an anchor for this offense for several years to come. He has the flexibility to play either the left or right side.

ESPN - Kiper

16th overall, Washington Commanders

Here's yet another team with quarterback issues, as the Commanders traded for Carson Wentz last offseason (which cost them their third-rounder this year) but turned back to Taylor Heinicke down the stretch. Neither is likely to be their Week 1 starter; I wonder whether they will be players in the veteran-signal-caller market and bring in someone to compete with Sam Howell. No matter who is playing quarterback, though, they have to improve along the offensive line. Jones is a 310-pound mauler who didn't allow a single sack as the Bulldogs' left tackle in 2022. I wouldn't be shocked if he went in the top 10.

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