Could be a number of things. Get underneath and have someone turn the wheel back and forth and check the tie rod ends, pitman arm etc for play. If these are tight, see if the wheel turns but pitman arm does not move at first, this would be indication of gearbox wear. If these are OK, move to the balljoints.
2013 WRANGLER SPORT 2 DR., V-6 ,AUTO,HARD TOP
)1994 Jeep Wrangler 2.5L, Bestop top
/w steel half door and slider windows
5 speed, 2.5" lift, 31" tires,rack lights