Packers Mock Draft Monday 6.0

Ross will provide a weekly mock draft using Fanspeak's mock draft simulator, On the Clock.  He will also scour the internet for a few mocks to see who the "experts" have Green Bay taking that week and will provide analysis.

The latest mock here is a slight deviation of what I have been doing each Monday.  On Friday I published my Packers-specific Top 200 Big Board (included below).  I stuck to this board without question, except for one rule (no tripling up on positions, I had a few chances to take Jourdan Lewis).  Price would have been taken before Kittle but I didn't see Price right away.  They both would have been taken in the same round, just different order.  

This mock was done using Fanspeak with the Inside the Pylon board and fan selected needs.  

I'm able to take my #8 needs adjusted player in Tak McKinley at 29, with my #9, Tredavious White available as well.  Sidney Jones, who I believe is the best corner in the draft if he hadn't injured his Achilles was available in round 2.  Until he's ready Davon House, Damarious Randall and LaDarius Gunter will handle the perimeter while Quinten Rollins, Morgan Burnett and third round pick Desmond King cover the middle of the field. Ethan Pocic is an interior offensive linemen that consistently ends up on the Packers if I'm picking.  Love his game and his versatility.

Kittle and Price provide some sizzle in the fifth round.  Kittle provides an immediate special teams contributor and would immediately be the best blocking tight end on the roster.  Kittle is a player I'm consistently higher on than most.  You'd like Kittle to be 6'6", but he's not.  He still finds a way to bury people in the run blocking game and ran a blistering 4.52 40 yard dash at the combine.  Price is the pass rush specialist to complement the immediate improvement McKinley would provide to the run game. A base front 7 personnel of McKinley, Perry, Ryan, Matthews, Clark, Daniels and Jean-Francois would be as good as Green Bay has been against the run in years.

National Mocks

Chris Roling, Bleacher Report- Forrest Lamp, G WKU

I have a pretty standard take on this.  It's a fine fit.  Yes, Lamp is the best guard in the draft, yes Green Bay just lost TJ Lang, one of the best guards in football.  The reality is Thompson probably took Lang's replacement last year in Kyle Murphy.  If he didn't, he will this season.  He'll do it in the middle rounds.  

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report- Ryan Ramczyk, OL Wisconsin and Duke Riley, LB LSU

I like both players.  I have both players ranked inside my top 100.  With that said, Thompson doesn't value guard or inside linebacker and isn't going to use his two first round picks addressing these two positions.  Stranger things have happened, but not much stranger.

Todd McShay and Mel Kiper's Two Round Head to Head Mock- Dalvin Cook, RB Florida State and Cooper Kupp, WR Eastern Washington (Kiper), Charles Harris, EDGE Mizzou and Fabian Moreau, CB UCLA

I actually like Kiper's draft more than most would.  Yes it creates a huge issue on defense that probably can't be fixed in the last five rounds and through post draft free agency (both UDFAs and NFL), but it adds two starter quality studs to the offense.  Kupp and Cook would be two weapons Rodgers could use until retirement.  The McShay mock is going to be more popular and I am (obviously) in love with Moreau.  With that said calling Charles Harris a "twitched up athlete" is interesting considering his biggest detraction as a player is his athleticism.

SB Nation Mock Draft- TJ Watt, EDGE Wisconsin

SB Nation had their team sites do a one round mock draft last week and the Packers ended up with Wisconsin product TJ Watt.  Watt and the Packers sure seem linked and he seems to be a great fit.  I'm in.  Watt is my #17 overall player for the Packers, so to get him at 29 is good.... enough.

RJ White, CBS Sports- Gareon Conley, CB Ohio State

Conley is CB3 for me, right behind Tre'Davious White.  White offers more versatility, but Conley has the ability to contribute right away and also has the size to be a true outside cornerback.  4.44 speed doesn't hurt, either.  Conley might not have the upside of his teammate, Marshon Lattimore, but he is probably the better player right now.  Right now is the Packers window.

Packers Big Board

  1.  Myles Garrett, EDGE Texas A&M
  2. Jonathan Allen, DL Alabama
  3.  Solomon Thomas, DL/EDGE Stanford
  4. Jamal Adams, S LSU
  5. Marshon Lattimore, CB Ohio State
  6. Derek Barnett, EDGE Tennessee
  7. OJ Howard, TE Alabama
  8. Takkarist McKinley, EDGE UCLA
  9. Tre'Davious White, CB LSU
  10. Gareon Conley, CB Ohio State
  11. Fabian Moreau, CB UCLA
  12. Haason Reddick, LB Temple
  13. Malik Hooker, S Ohio State
  14. Marlon Humphrey, CB Alabama
  15. Corey Davis, WR Western Michigan
  16. Mike Williams, WR Clemson
  17. TJ Watt, EDGE Wisconsin
  18. Leonard Fournette, RB LSU
  19. Reuben Foster, ILB Alabama
  20. John Ross, WR Washington
  21. Sidney Jones, CB Washington
  22. Dalvin Cook, RB Florida State
  23. Quincy Wilson, CB Florida
  24. Forrest Lamp, G/T Western Kentucky
  25. Ryan Ramczyk, T/G Wisconsin
  26. Zach Cunningham, LB Vanderbilt
  27. Jabril Peppers, DB/KR/OW Michigan
  28. Tim Williams, EDGE Alabama
  29. Christian McCaffery, RB Stanford
  30. Taco Charlton, EDGE Michigan
  31. Cam Robinson, T/G Alabama
  32. Evan Engram, TE/WR Ole Miss
  33. Cordrea Tankersley, CB Clemson
  34. Zay Jones, WR East Carolina
  35. Adoree' Jackson, CB/PR USC
  36. Cooper Kupp, WR EWU
  37. Malik McDowell, DL Michigan State
  38. Teez Tabor, CB Florida
  39. Dan Feeney, OG Indiana
  40. Desmond King, DB/PR Iowa
  41. Pat Elflein, OL Ohio State
  42. Carl Lawson, EDGE Auburn
  43. Obi Melifonwu, DB UConn
  44. Marcus Williams, S Utah
  45. Chidobe Awuzie, CB Colorado
  46. Jourdan Lewis, DB Michigan
  47. Demarcus Walker, EDGE Florida State
  48. Caleb Brantley, DL Florida
  49. David Njoku, TE Miami
  50. Charles Harris, EDGE Mizzou
  51. Kevin King, CB Washington
  52. Justin Evans, SS Texas A&M
  53. Corn Elder, DB Miami
  54. Jarrad Davis, ILB Florida
  55. Chris Godwin, WR Penn State
  56. Curtis Samuel, WR Ohio State
  57. Carlos Henderson, WR/KR Louisiana Tech
  58. Ahkello Witherspoon, CB Colorado
  59. Joe Mixon, RB Oklahoma
  60. Bucky Hodges, TE Virginia Tech
  61. Budda Baker, S Washington
  62. Taylor Moton, OL Western Michigan
  63. Dorian Johnson, G Pittsburgh
  64. Rasul Douglas, CB West Virginia
  65. Ethan Pocic, OL LSU
  66. Devonte Fields, EDGE Louisville
  67. Vince Biegel, LB/EDGE Wisconsin
  68. Cameron Sutton, CB Tennessee
  69. Garrett Bolles, OL Utah
  70. Ryan Anderson, EDGE Alabama
  71. Jaleel Johnson, DL Iowa
  72. Eddie Vanderdoes, DL UCLA
  73. Marcus Maye, S Florida
  74. Mitchell Trubisky, QB North Carolina
  75. Jake Butt, TE Michigan
  76. Alvin Kamara, RB Tennessee
  77. D'Onta Foreman RB, Texas
  78. Kareem Hunt, RB Toledo
  79. Brian Hill, RB Wyoming
  80. Marquez White, CB Florida State
  81. Wayne Gallman, RB Clemson
  82. Antonio Garcia, OL Troy
  83. Dawaune Smoot, EDGE Illinois
  84. Jordan Willis, EDGE Kansas State
  85. Ejuan Price, EDGE Pitt
  86. Nazair Jones, DL North Carolina
  87. Deshaun Watson, QB Clemson
  88. Gerald Everett, TE South Alabama
  89. George Kittle, TE Iowa
  90.  JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR USC
  91. Adam Bisnowaty, OL Pitt
  92. Dion Dawkins, OL Temple
  93. Ryan Glasgow, DL Michigan
  94. Raekwon McMillan, LB Ohio State
  95. Duke Riley, LB LSU
  96. Domantae Kazee, CB San Diego State
  97. Howard Wilson, CB Houston
  98. Hunter Dimick, EDGE Utah
  99. Jamaal Williams, RB BYU
  100. Marlon Mack, RB South Florida
  101. Samaje Perine, RB Oklahoma
  102. James Conner, RB/FB Pitt
  103. Patrick Mahomes, QB Texas Tech
  104. Elijah Qualls, DL Washington
  105. Charles Walker, DL Oklahoma
  106. Dalvin Tomlinson, DL Alabama
  107. Eddie Jackson, S/PR Alabama
  108. Nico Siragusa, OG San Diego State
  109. David Sharpe, OL Florida
  110. Jordan Leggett, TE Clemson
  111. Jeremy McNichols, RB Boise State
  112. Deshone Kizer, QB Notre Dame
  113. Shaquill Griffin, CB USF
  114. Des Lawrence, CB North Carolina
  115. Channing Stribling, CB Michigan
  116. Jeremy Cutrer, CB Middle Tennessee
  117. Derek Rivers, EDGE Youngstown State
  118. Deatrich Wise, EDGE Arkansas
  119. Anthony Walker, LB Northwestern
  120. Chris Wormley, EDGE Michigan
  121. Tanoh Kpassagnon, EDGE Villanova
  122. Trey Hendrickson, EDGE FAU
  123. Adam Shaheen, TE Ashland
  124. Garrett Sickles, EDGE Penn State
  125. Josh Jones, S NC State
  126. Avery Moss, EDGE Youngstown State
  127. Al-Quadin Muhammad, EDGE Miami
  128. Tarell Basham, EDGE Ohio
  129. Tyus Bowser, EDGE Houston
  130. Montravius Adams, DL Auburn
  131. Davon Godchaux, DL LSU
  132. Josh Reynolds, WR Texas A&M
  133. Alex Anzalone, LB Florida
  134. Greg Pyke, OL Georgia
  135. Roderick Johnson, OT Florida State
  136. Joe Mathis, EDGE Washington
  137. Taywan Taylor, WR WKU
  138. Kendell Beckwith, LB LSU
  139. Blair Brown, ILB Ohio
  140. Ryan Switzer, WR North Carolina
  141. ArDarius Stewart, WR Alabama
  142. Chad Hansen, WR Cal
  143. Kenny Golladay, WR Northern Illinois
  144. Matt Dayes, RB NC State
  145. Corey Clement, RB Wisconsin
  146. Joe Williams, RB Utah
  147. TJ Logan, RB North Carolina
  148. Donnel Pumphrey, RB San Diego State
  149. Carroll Phillips, EDGE Illinois
  150. Amarah Darboh, WR Michigan
  151.  Brian Allen, CB Utah
  152. Danny Isidora, G Miami
  153. Zach Banner, OT USC
  154. Damien Mama, G USC
  155. Zack Johnson, G North Dakota State
  156. Jarron Jones, DL Notre Dame
  157. Carlos Watkins, DL Clemson
  158. Larry Ogunjobii, DL Charlotte
  159. Julie'n Davenport, OL Bucknell
  160. Xavier Woods, S The New Day
  161. Josh Harvey-Clemons, S Louisville
  162. John Johnson, S Boston College
  163. Mack Hollins, WR North Carolina
  164. Jehu Chesson, WR Michigan
  165. Noah Brown, WR Ohio State
  166. Jack Tocho, CB NC State
  167. Cole Luke, CB Notre Dame
  168. Jalen Myrick CB/KR Minnesota
  169. Brendan Langley, CB Lamar
  170. Jayon Brown, LB UCLA
  171. Jaylen Reeves-Maybin, LB Tennessee
  172. Daeshon Hall, EDGE Texas A&M
  173. Isaiah Ford, WR Virginia Tech
  174. Vincent Taylor, DL Oklahoma State
  175. Elijah Lee, LB Kansas State
  176. Tanner Vallejo, LB Boise State
  177. Marquel Lee, LB Wake Forest
  178. Will Holden, OT Vanderbilt
  179. Davis Webb, QB Cal
  180. Nathan Peterman, QB Pitt
  181. Josh Dobbs, QB Tennessee
  182. Trent Taylor, WR Louisiana Tech
  183. Breon Borders, CB Duke
  184. Deandre Scott, CB Akron
  185. Rayshawn Jenkins, S Miami
  186. Delano Hill, S Michigan
  187. Nate Gerry, S Nebraska
  188. Tedric Thompson, S Colorado
  189. Jonnu Smith, TE FIU
  190. Malachi Dupre, WR LSU
  191. Paul Magloire, LB Arizona
  192. Michael Roberts, TE Toledo
  193. Bryan Cox, EDGE Florida
  194. Lorenzo Jerome, S St. Francis
  195. Chase Rouiller, OL Wyoming
  196. Josh Malone, WR Tennessee
  197. Chad "Swag" Kelly, QB Ole Miss
  198. Elijah Hood, RB North Carolina
  199. Dylan Cole, LB Missouri State
  200. Landon Lechler, OL North Dakota State

 

 

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Ross Uglem is a staff writer for Cheesehead TV. He can be found on Twitter @RossUglem 

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MarkinMadison's picture

April 10, 2017 at 01:16 pm

I didn't know anyone was projecting Ramczyk as a guard. I thought he was a top-3 LT prospect this year. It would be very weird to pick him in the first round to use at G.

King would be a steal at the bottom of the third round. Great short-area speed even if the 40-time isn't there. An immediate replacement for Hyde - I'd argue it would be an upgrade.

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olwig420's picture

April 10, 2017 at 01:26 pm

3 of the first 4 picks will be on the Offensive side of the ball. WR, RB, OL, and some sort of pass rush not in this order.

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OrganLeroy's picture

April 10, 2017 at 02:17 pm

I will bet you a years salary that you're dilusional if you think Ted is gonna go Offense in the 1st 3 rounds.

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dobber's picture

April 10, 2017 at 01:34 pm

Tracy Porter was just cut by the Bears. Like him or not, if his knee is sound, this is the kind of player that's right up TTs alley.

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the REAL Packman's picture

April 10, 2017 at 01:54 pm

The Real Packman's Draft update with changes
1. TJ WATT OLB. a trade is in order should Jabril Peppers drop past 20. Brett Hundley and picks
2. Fabian Moreau CB
3. Adam Biswontany OT (sp) - moving inside
4. Joe Mixon RB - 1st round talent
5. Rasul Douglas CB- Moving up a lot of draft boards
5. Jaleel Johnson DT or Keith Beckwith ILB
6. Chris Goodwin WR- a Steeeeal - think Antonio Freeman and Sterling Sharp
7. Strom Norman - OT project

Priority FA after draft
Thomas Decoud CB
Davis Webb QB
Jimmie Gilbert OLB
Nate Gerry S - see Kentrell Brice
Nate Saubert TE
Kenny Golladay WR
Montravious Adams DT
Kyle Kalis G
Keith Beckwith ILB

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OrganLeroy's picture

April 10, 2017 at 02:22 pm

Mixon will be gone no later than early 3rd round, Godwin is a 2nd or 3rd round pick, Davis Webb is getting serious 1st round consideration, Saubert is a 4th/5th rounder, Golladay around 5-7, Adams is a 2nd - 3rd rounder. Man, you need to do some research!!

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EdsLaces's picture

April 10, 2017 at 03:14 pm

Lol Douglas at 5....are you high? He doesn't make it past round 3.

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4zone's picture

April 10, 2017 at 02:48 pm

I understand you are going simply by your board, but TE just isn't going to happen this draft after signing two in the off season.

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OrganLeroy's picture

April 10, 2017 at 04:16 pm

I'm confident Ted will sign a TE, draft pick probably not before the 6th round but definitely at least 2 developmental UDFA's.

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4zone's picture

April 10, 2017 at 05:54 pm

Not seeing it OL. WR, RB, OL, OLBx2, DL, ILB, CBx2 or probably another QB but no TE. With one caveat, of O.J. falls to us in the first round. Then...

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stockholder's picture

April 10, 2017 at 03:01 pm

Nice draft ross. Can't argue if Watt is gone. But I cannot believe TT goes back to UCLA this year. I still think Melifonwu S has a chance to be a packer. A good safety with size, just does not grow on trees. Also if Cunningham is there, TT would take him over McKinley.

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Ross Uglem's picture

April 10, 2017 at 03:22 pm

which Ted Thompson is this that drafts ILBs early? I've never seen him.

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OrganLeroy's picture

April 10, 2017 at 04:14 pm

Me either, but some fans keep thinking Ted will change his ways and take a ILB, RB, WR, or TE in the 1st round...not EVEN when Hell freezes over!!

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stockholder's picture

April 10, 2017 at 04:56 pm

Correct, but I read cunningham can play OLB too. So here we go again on switching guys around.

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Ross Uglem's picture

April 10, 2017 at 04:57 pm

yes he can play outside linebacker in a 4-3. Not on the edge in Green Bay's defense. Wouldn't be switching guys around.

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dobber's picture

April 11, 2017 at 01:02 pm

I just don't get the love for Melifonwu, either. Tall for a SS, yes, but his traits make him out to be more of an ILB (and would be a very gangly one) and most scouting reports I have read indicate that he lacks coverage skills and instincts. Aaron Rouse 2.0?

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stockholder's picture

April 11, 2017 at 03:31 pm

Rouse? No way. Guy is always around the ball making plays. Some say he can play CB, He was all over the field with his athleticism. Stats show he's a playmaker. The only thing I heard bad about him, was that someone would over draft him. Every board I see , has him as the 3rd best Safety. (#30) I think to many are trying to compare him to urlacker. (stiff) I see more about him playing FS than SS. So thats interesting. When you think of how many safeties TT has drafted. It's a position that I would take if I wanted better from my secondary. Look at how many years it's taken for Ha Ha and burnett to play good. 4 plus before Ha Ha. took over in Collins place. Melifonwu is just at the right spot for the packers. And no way does TT trade up for Hooker or Adams.

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fthisJack's picture

April 10, 2017 at 05:11 pm

i like the draft Ross. but in the third, i want me some Samadje Perine!!! big bruiser with some wiggle and speed that doesn't go down easy. a more motivated Lacy!

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fthisJack's picture

April 10, 2017 at 05:14 pm

i also am a fan of Taco in the first. think he will be a beastly pass rusher with experience.

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OrganLeroy's picture

April 10, 2017 at 05:45 pm

I think Taco would be a great pick, sadly, he's probably a top 20 pick.

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4zone's picture

April 10, 2017 at 06:10 pm

I am thinking either Edge or CB is our first pick this year. I'm feeling more and more that getting to the QB is what it's going to take to improve our pass D, not a 3 year project at CB.

Lowry and Clark showed last year and IF they make the jump I think they will, I think our D will start to improve more than a little.

It will be hard for any player, except at perhaps CB to step in as a starter this year. I expect this draft class, at least for the first half of the season, to be pretty much backup or rotational guys. Unless something weird happens and someone drops significantly.

TT tends to do some weird things though. More often than not, he'll pick someone other than who everyone things he will leaving us scratching our heads. (see Randall and Rollins) And at other times, he nails it.

I think last year's will prove to be a strong draft class by next year. If he can duplicate that again this year, and the way the talent breaks down, it has a good chance to do so, we could be a pretty strong team in 2018-19. Question is, can it start to break through by the playoffs this year/

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dobber's picture

April 11, 2017 at 08:04 am

"I think last year's will prove to be a strong draft class by next year. If he can duplicate that again this year, and the way the talent breaks down, it has a good chance to do so, we could be a pretty strong team in 2018-19. Question is, can it start to break through by the playoffs this year/"

I agree. This draft class was already on its way, even when Martinez got hurt. Think about what propelled the Falcons late in the season: it was the progression of young guys on the defense...2nd and 3rd year players. Most of them got chucked into the fire early and played reasonably well. Fits the bill for Clark, Martinez and Lowry. Even a rebound year to average play from Rollins and Randall will help significantly. I'm guardedly optimistic.

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vj_ostrowski's picture

April 10, 2017 at 06:30 pm

Kiper with two players that are disqualified by TT's analytical trends. Never change, big draft.

Cook and Kupp wouldn't be selected by GB, even if they were both available a round later than expected.

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croatpackfan's picture

April 11, 2017 at 03:16 am

"... Morgan Burnett and third round pick Desmond King cover the middle of the field. ..."
So you think Desmond King is better than Ha-Ha? Interesting...

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Ross Uglem's picture

April 11, 2017 at 06:25 am

Not at all. King steps in to Hyde's hybrid role. I really meant middle of the field. I don't expect Burnett to play much safety in 2017. Much ILB. I would have Burnett at WILB, Rollins at NB and King at DB/S in passing situations.

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Turophile's picture

April 11, 2017 at 03:57 am

Now HERE is a draft I can fully get behind. McKinley is my favourite edge rusher with a chance to be there at #29. I like Sidney Jones too, though that achilles does worry me. On the subject of injuries, shouldn't CB Moreau (listed at #11) be lower on the Cheesehead big board, with his torn labrum (shoulder) ? If I were making a choice between CBs Conley and White, I'd go with Conley, who is not very physical, but more so than White.

I'm not sure about King's instincts, but the athleticism is great for a guy with that length.............hang on, that's KEVIN King, this is Desmond, the 5'10" tough guy safety with very good instincts, he's a baller.

I like Pocic for any inside position on the line, I like Kittle for his speed, and I like Ejuan Price enough that he features in more of my fanspeak mocks than most other players - undersized, but compact, powerful and effective - if he were 3-4" taller he'd go quite a lot earlier - bargain here.

Lack of a RB is a serious problem, but you have to play the board that is there for you. Beautifully drafted, Ross.

On a totally different Subject, can you have a word with Jersey Al about the virus 'Chrome Critical Update' that keeps popping up when I come here.

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Ross Uglem's picture

April 11, 2017 at 07:32 am

It's a pectoral issue for Moreau and it doesn't worry me as much because he can keep his legs in shape during rehab and be ready quicker than an Achilles (in theory). When Moreau is cleared he should be basically ready to roll in a week or two.

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stockholder's picture

April 11, 2017 at 07:49 am

I like Jones and Moreau , and understand your injury question. But TT usually would not take a guy with an injury. Why wouldn't TT trade up for A . Jackson cb here? Everyone still loves Jackson. The only other solution is Conley in the first. But is he the BPA?

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dobber's picture

April 11, 2017 at 07:57 am

Want nothing to do with Adoree Jackson in any kind of trade-up. I see the second coming of T-Buck in this guy...maybe T-Buck might have been fine in the modern NFL where slot corners can last a long time. But I don't want to trade up to take a guy who's best-suited to eventually be a slot corner and feature as a KR/PR (especially when the league is going away from returns) while he learns to cover.

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Turophile's picture

April 11, 2017 at 10:04 am

Adoree Jackson has big holes in his game. He is a bit too much of an athlete playing CB at this time. If you don't mind the risk, you might get a very good corner, but you also might get a guy who gets beaten deep too much. He might also be off, or further down Ted's board, being under 5'11".

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Nick Perry's picture

April 11, 2017 at 07:04 am

Love this draft and if it came close to happening Packers fans would have to be excited, I myself would be doing backflips if I wasn't to old to try!

Love all the picks but I really like the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th. Each one of those players could either start or press for playing time. Kittle is a underrated TE IMO. I think whoever drafts this kid is going to have quality TE who can catch and block in a year or two.

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lebowski's picture

April 11, 2017 at 12:37 pm

funny seeing who you have sitting at #29 on your list

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sonomaca's picture

April 11, 2017 at 02:34 pm

McKinley has the shoulder. Many have also said he's a pure straight line guy.

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