Penn State prospects for the 2023 NFL draft have been analyzed, with tight end Brenton Strange, safety Ji’Ayir Brown, cornerback Joey Porter Jr., center/guard Juice Scruggs, wide receivers Mitchell Tinsley and Parker Washington, defensive tackle PJ Mustipher, and quarterback Sean Clifford singled out with strengths and weaknesses. Strange is described as an athletic move tight end prospect with reliable hands who can stretch the field and could develop into a No. 1 TE in time, while Brown is an instinctive safety with a well-rounded game who has been effective defending the run, though he would likely be better in a zone system than being a traditional free safety. Porter is said to possess the size and ball skills to be a starting cornerback in the NFL and offers big-time possibilities, while Scruggs is viewed as a fundamentally sound lineman experienced at both guard and center whose hard-working and tough play has been underrated. Tinsley and Washington are both reliable, consistent wide receivers whose game has developed. Mustipher is described as inconsistent and lacking strength, while Clifford is praised for his pocket presence, but lacks accuracy and arm strength.
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