5 draft prospects Eric Bieniemy might want for Commanders offense in 2023

(Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports) Eric Bieniemy
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Which 2023 NFL Draft prospects might Eric Bieniemy want as he begins the next stage of his coaching journey with the Washington Commanders?

Eric Bieniemy is officially on board with the Washington Commanders as offensive coordinator and assistant head coach. Something that brings fresh hope things can progress significantly on offense next season.

While Bieniemy is a major addition, this is just the start. Some big holes need to be filled before competitive action arrives, but the Commanders are in a good spot with cap space and eight selections during the 2023 NFL Draft.

This year’s class is loaded with elite potential once again. And there will be a few college hopefuls Bieniemy has an eye on in pursuit of strengthening his head coaching credentials ahead of the next cycle.

With this in mind, here are five draft prospects Biniemy could want for his new and improved Commanders’ offense in 2023.

Prospect No. 1

(Jordan Prather-USA TODAY Sports) Broderick Jones /

Commanders could draft Broderick Jones

  • Offensive Tackle | Georgia Bulldogs

Obviously, fixing the offensive line should be a huge priority for the Washington Commanders. Once the Kansas City Chiefs accomplished this complex riddle, it enabled Eric Bieniemy and Andy Reid to take their offense to a completely different stratosphere.

Money will be available when free agency begins. But adding a supremely talented individual such as Broderick Jones via the draft will be discussed if he’s still around at No. 16 overall.

Jones was nothing short of phenomenal for the Georgia Bulldogs in 2022. His length, footwork, and athleticism were stern obstacles for any oncoming rusher to overcome and if the prospect’s transition goes smoothly, this is a Day 1 starter with Pro Bowl upside in the coming years.