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Monday NFL Draft Chat Transcript

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Monday NFL Draft Chat Transcript

UPDATE: The chat is over, but you can check out the transcript in the CoveritLive blog below.

On Monday afternoon, I'll be hosting an NFL Draft chat from 1 to 2 p.m. CT right here at the Cheesehead TV homepage.

If you have questions about any of the NFL Draft prospects or how the Packers roster shapes up heading into the draft, you've found the right spot.

We'll do a homepage takeover at 1 p.m., but we'll use the exact same CoveritLive chat as below. So if you want, you can leave a question now and it will be answered when the chat begins.

At the end of the chat, we'll give a free copy of our "Pro Football Draft Preview" publication to a random reader that asks a question.

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Hoagie's picture

There are several prospects in the 2013 draft, versatile fly to the ball types, ( Sean Porter, Kaseem Greene, David Amerson, Sanders Commings) that could possibly fill the roll C Woodson played. Your thoughts on this and the philosophy of drafting specifically for this hybrid 'ROVER' position!

Brian Carriveau's picture

I think the Packers more than have that covered with Casey Hayward. And while I agree that David Amerson and Sanders Commings could be good fits in that role, I'd think I'd rather see a guy like Kaseem Greene stick at an ILB spot, at least in the defensive system the Packers run.

Big Al's picture

As well as being a Green Bay Packer fan i also enjoy Rugby, And so i really enjoy Michael Hill's style of play holding the ball in one hand, and swatting off would be tacklers with the other. What is your view of him?

Brian Carriveau's picture

I've seen the online highlight reel on Hill, but admittedly, that's all. It's impressive that he was able to put on a good performance at the Raycom Bowl against better competition. And anyone that rushes for 2,000+ yards, you can't ignore that. You can bet the Packers have done more homework on the guy than myself.

Scott's picture

When scouting college players, what is generally the most difficult position to project success at the next level? It would seem d-line is alwys a toss-up.

Brian Carriveau's picture

For myself, I think I do a better job of scouting the safeties and corners because I played in the secondary. So for me, it's harder to get a gauge on the players in the trenches, just because I have less experience with that. For a person that played on the lines, however, I'm sure it's probably the opposite. I think it depends on where your own personal strengths and weaknesses lie.

Hyatt Lazear's picture

Which players must be gone for Ted to trade back, in your estimation?

Brian Carriveau's picture

If Tyler Eifert or Jonathan Cyprien are stil available, they'll be difficult for the Packers to pass up. But it all depends upon the compensation. If some team wants to blow away the Packers to grab a first-round quarterback, the Packers have to listen to almost all offers no matter who's available.

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