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Ed Orgeron on Nick Perry

From Bill Huber of Packer Report provides a quote from Southern California's assistant head coach and defensive line coach Ed Orgeron––who was the head coach at the University of Mississippi from 2005 to 2007––on new Packers first-round draft choice Nick Perry...

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I would be happy to see him get 10 sacks this year, 15 would be awesome. Im very excited about this addition to the defense.

The more I think about Perry and what he brings to the table the more I think his transition to OLB will be a smashing success.

Hes got that rare combination of speed and power as a pass rusher and he really uses his hands well to beat a blocker when they neutralize that speed and power. He can set the edge in the run game and if you watch him on film hes very quick to find the ball once the QB scrambles, checks the ball down to a RB or hands it off.

He may struggle a little bit in coverage especially early but looking at Clays numbers, he probally drops into coverage an average of 7 times per game so that won't be a huge part of his job here.

Overall hes a very skilled and durable individual and im thrilled GB landed him with the 28th pick.

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