Broderick Jones, formerly of Georgia, discusses the NFL draft of 2023.

Broderick Jones, a former Georgia offensive tackle and a top candidate for the 2023 NFL draft, is now training for the draft. Mel Kiper Jr., an ESPN draft expert, recently predicted that the New York Jets will choose Jones with the 13th overall choice.

The 6-foot-5, 311-pound left tackle started all 15 games during Georgia’s 2022 national championship season and didn’t allow quarterback Stetson Bennett to be sacked once.

Jones made an appearance on ‘Good Morning Football’ on the NFL Network lately to promote himself to NFL clubs.
I think [a team] should pick me up since I put forth so much effort. I’m going to put forth my best effort for you.

Never once will you find me slacking off. As usual, I will give it my all. My passion in life is playing football. Jones said, “I feel like it’s become an integral part of my existence.” Football is my life. Football is my life and my only hobby. It’s all I’ve ever done, all I know how to do, and all I want to continue doing.

After filling in for injured starter Jamaree Salyer for four games in 2021, the former five-star recruit was named to the Coaches Freshmen All-SEC team.

Jones continued his strong play from the 2021 season, when he helped secure the safety of Bennett’s blind side.
“Football is my life’s goal, and it will remain so until the day I am physically unable to play the game. My goal is to keep playing for as long as possible and to improve as much as possible.

What I’m looking forward to most is having the mental fortitude to “lock in with myself” and “play my best game” against whatever opponent they throw at me. On April 27, 2023, the NFL Network will begin airing the first round of the draft from Kansas City.

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