Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 2079 - What to Expect From the Packers at Pick 25

On today's show, Andy takes a look historically at pick 25 and reviews what we should expect the Packers to get with the 25th overall pick in the draft.

On today's show, Andy takes a look historically at pick 25 and reviews what we should expect the Packers to get with the 25th overall pick in the draft. Plus, should they use all 11 picks? Should they be aggressive in trading up? Find out today!

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packerbackerjim's picture

April 04, 2024 at 08:46 am

De Jean has punt return capability in addition to his versatility. If his Pro Day workout is acceptable, I could see Gute targeting him.

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golfpacker1's picture

April 04, 2024 at 09:28 am

No trades up! Even if we stay at these picks, the first 5 align almost perfectly with strengths of the position groups we need the most to make the 2024 Packers a complete team with no weaknesses.

And what's really crazy is we can actually fill our biggest need, OL, from #25 to #50. And still get a starting caliber player. You all know I love trades back, and if we do we gain another Day 2 pick. But where a couple extra picks would really make a difference would be in rounds 4 & 5.

Buffalo has opened a potential door by trading Diggs as they now have a huge WR hole. A small trade like that gains at least a 4th rounder. A trade back to the 2nd round gets another Day 2 pick, and an early Day 3 pick.

Another trade spot is #91. We could move to early 4th, still get our Top 10 RD, and score another early Day 3 pick for OL, LB, S, or whatever. Daft 14 players if we can, trade whoever doesn't make the team for more picks in 2025.

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golfpacker1's picture

April 04, 2024 at 11:48 am

What do you know? A Mock. The draft can't get here soon enough.
34. Kingsley Suamataia-OT BYU-Passed on Barton

41. Cooper Beebe-OG Kansas State-10 year starter

58. Payton Wilson-LB NC State-even with injuries he is best LB-anything over 4 years is a Bonus

68. Ruke Orhorhoro-DT Clemson-Bishop was here too, but I like Hicks too-Ruke is a big bonus

88. Jaden Hicks-S Washington State-First 5 pick-Goals accomplished plus K Clark's replacement

91. Jaylen Wright-RB Tennessee-I think Wright is late 2nd rounder

103. Khyree Jackson-CB Oregon-if Stokes doesn't regain form-Khyree takes over

127. Kitan Oladapo-S Oregon State- a new Top 30 visitor

144. Isaac Guerendo-RB Louisville-If Jacobs isn't the shizzel-trade him

163. Myles Cole-EDGE Texas Tech-Big developmental Edge with upside-RAS 9.93

180. DeCamerion Richardson-CB Mississippi State-Big CB with potential-RAS 9.67-76 tackles in 2023

202. Nathaniel Watson-LB Mississippi State-Developmental LB-134 tackles & 10 Sacks in 2023

233. Tylan Grable-OT UCF-RAS 9.86-OT/OG

255. Tyler Owens-S Texas Tech-All 3 Safeties over 6'2-Owens runs low 4.3s

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KKB's picture

April 04, 2024 at 06:39 pm

I read that Graham Barton had a RAS of 9.99, with the low point (yellow) being weight of 313 pounds (8.58 RAS score). I suggest that you give that man a few extra cheeseburgers and make it an even 10.0. LOL.

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