Packers Need Kingsley Enagbare to Make an Impact in Rookie Season

The Packers need Kingsley Enagbare to step up in his rookie season.

While Brian Gutekunst has assembled the parts to make up a dominant defense in Green Bay, doubts remain over the depth in some areas, particularly at the outside linebacker position.

The top two are set in Rashan Gary and Preston Smith, and the duo are poised to build further on impressive 2021 campaigns, but the question is, what happens when one or both of them has to come off the field?

There is still plenty of time for a free agent addition ahead of the 2022 season, and the Packers could benefit from adding a veteran in the Whitney Mercilus mould.

But as things stand, one or two players from an unproven group will need to step up. Rookie Kingsley Enagbare appears to be the prime candidate.

Other options remain, with the likes Tipa Galeai, Jonathan Garvin, Randy Ramsey and La’Darius Hamilton held over from last season, but no-one from that group has shown themselves to be more than a replacement level player to this point.

Despite only being a fifth-round pick, Enagbare has the highest draft pedigree of the players vying for the top backup role. He is also not your average fifth-round pick.

In a particularly deep 2022 draft class, an unusually high number of talented players fell to the later rounds. In another year, Enagbare could easily have been taken on day two, and had that been the case, he would be thought about quite differently.

The former South Carolina rusher has the natural athleticism and strength you look for at the position, and really just needs refinement on his technique versus both the pass and the run.

The latter will be especially important, as if Enagbare cannot be trusted to hold up in the run game, his chances to get on the field will be limited. His development in this area will therefore be a huge factor in how impactful Enagbare can be in 2022.

However, Enagbare’s natural pass rushing talent, particularly his quick first step and ability to convert speed to power, should make him a valuable rotational pass rusher early in his NFL career.

For what they can do both in terms of harassing the passer and setting the edge against the run, Gary and Smith are one of the top EDGE duos in the league.

But if the Packers’ backup outside linebackers can cause disruption when called upon to spell the starters, whether that be Enagbare or anyone else, it would make a huge difference to Green Bay’s defense.

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Mark Oldacres is a sports writer from Birmingham, England and a Green Bay Packers fan. You can follow him on twitter at @Marko7LW

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splitpea1's picture

July 03, 2022 at 12:20 pm

I'm still curious as to why he fell so far; a few projected him to go as high as the third round. At any rate, if he makes a meaningful impact in his first season, he'll be considered a steal.

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mrtundra's picture

July 03, 2022 at 03:03 pm

The Packers were fortunate to find a number of rookies available, in this draft, that should have gone higher than where they were selected. Zach Tom, Kingsley (JJ Jetplane) Enagbare, Johnathan Ford, Rasheed Walker and Samori Toure all went lower than many expected them to. Hopefully, all can show why they deserved to go higher. I hope all of these guys , plus the other draftees, will be considered steals for the Packers. GO PACK, GO!!!

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murf7777's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:25 am

Tundra….after your comment I thought I’d do some research that I found interesting. Some of your thoughts are accurate and some are not based on the consensus mock drafts. I used NFL Mock Draft Data Base for research. They used (68) Big Boards that were the closest to the draft date, so all took into consideration combine, team tryouts etc…..

Below are our draft picks by number we drafted them, the second number is the 68 big board consensus and the last number is the best position for said player of the 68 big boards.
PLayer. Draft position. Consensus average. Lowest.
Walker #22. #49. #39
Wyatt. #28. #29. #21
Watson. #34. #41. #33
Ryan. #92. #87. #49
Doubs #132. #121. #41
Tom. #140. #119. #65
Engabare #179. #91. #35
Carpenter. #228. #342. #292
Ford. #234. #455. #287
Walker. #249. #108. #38
Toure. #258. #264. #96

The following isn’t my opinion, but just the facts given to you based on the consensus of 68 big boards.

Not surprising the further down the draft the more variations of placement. According to the 68 big board consensus the best picks are Walker, Engabare, Toms and possibly Doubs. Big reaches, if you can call a 7th rounder a reach are Ford and Carpenter. Our 1st pick Q. Walker goes under a fairly big reach considering where he was taken in the draft at #22 when the consensus shows he should be around #49. I hope the Packers were right with Quay Walker. Walker and Engabare are the big surprises in the draft as one was a 5th and the other a 7th and both had a best projected position of a higher best position then Quay.

The rest went about where the consensus expected.

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dobber's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:36 am

"the best picks are Walker, Engabare, Toms and possibly Doubs. "

Walker could be a steal if he responds to Butkus and Stenavich. The physical tools are all there. I've been a fan of Doubs and Enagbare, especially given where the Packers got them. Productive college players who slid into day 3? Good investments.

"Big reaches, if you can call a 7th rounder a reach are Ford and Carpenter. "

I think Carpenter's position was impacted on whether he was projected as an ILB or an S, but he seems like a good developmental prospect. Not a fan of Ford...he's got PS written all over him, but there's very little difference between UDFAs and 6th and 7th round picks beyond preference.

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murf7777's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:51 am

Yes, I think they found some gems, but and its a big but, why did they take Quay at #22 when the best anyone of 68 prognosticators could come up with was pick number 39? That’s a Hugh difference at that point in the draft. The only thing I can think of is his great athletic profile, size and maybe a desire to increase the position strength. Interesting from the mini camps some players had great things to say about him and Quay himself said he lost confidence during the camps. Just shows what a big jump the NFL is from College.

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dobber's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:59 am

"why did they take Quay at #22 when the best anyone of 68 prognosticators could come up with was pick number 39? "

If I could answer that question, I'd be making a lot of money with my own draftsite. I've been very critical over the years of the DIC for just these reasons. The only rankings and draft boards that really matter are the ones the GMs use and the Packers clearly loved Quay Walker. They must not have felt he'd have made it to 28. In the end, it's these occasional players who pop way up the boards that make the whole draft process an organic and intriguing thing.

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murf7777's picture

July 04, 2022 at 11:14 am

Dobber, I agree with you. Teams spend far more time than a CBS or pick one big board determining talent for the NFL. Also, those big boards have to rate and position every single player. Such a tedious process, especially later in the draft.

Certainly thou, if you are going to use a big board to support your or someone’s position on a player, using a consensus of 68 big boards provides substantially more validity than using one big board’s opinion. As an example, when someone states such things like he was rated #96 or a late 3rd round pick, when the consensus was #258 which is the case of Toure is just misleading.

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murf7777's picture

July 04, 2022 at 11:30 am

Dobber, your opinion was so right last year. I just looked up Stokes from 2021 draft. He was taken at #21 by the Packers, the consensus listed him at #56 and the best was at #34, almost identical numbers to Quay Walker! My concerns are no longer valid:)

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dobber's picture

July 04, 2022 at 11:35 am

There must be something they uncovered in their scouting and their interactions with Stokes that UGA is doing with their defensive personnel that they really like.

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 04, 2022 at 11:57 am

I didn't understand Ford over Marquan McCall or Noah Elliss but he does have a different body type than they do. Benefit of the doubt is they're not looking for the huge, fairly stationary NT anymore and want guys that can flow a bit with outside runs. I liked Elliss and think he could be capable of that and he gets really good penetration at times from what I saw but he he did weigh 359 lbs at his pro day after being lighter at one of the player bowls.

Ford has a massive lower body and, like Slaton, very little belly for a DL over 330 lbs. I saw a picture of Slaton at one of the minicamps and he looked closer to 315 than 330 to me. This is after playing at 360 for Florida a year and a half ago. I think they want guys that aren't a liability vs the pass and can flow with those wide zone plays.

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Coldworld's picture

July 03, 2022 at 04:22 pm

His testing was underwhelming. Those metrics don’t excite. However, he consistently delivered on the field against good opposition. Which version will he be?

Personally, I think Garvin and Ramsey (based on comments from LaFleur and others when they lost him last year and since) are prospects that the team is equally invested in. Maybe Galeai if he finally has added considerable muscle mass, but I think Enagbare, Garvin and Ramsey are the ones penciled in behind Gary and Smith. We need at least one to stand out and stay healthy to make the rotation work.

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 03, 2022 at 08:41 pm

I think Garvin played better than most people realize. He had some real stinker plays early in the season but looked better after that. His testing was very similar to Enagbare's minus the agilities, which is always a red flag for Edge guys, and I'd bet he gets at least the 395 snaps he got last year. From what I watched of Enagbare it seemed like most of his best plays came inside when he was matching up against guards and could use his quick step and heavy hands against them. I was hoping the went with an Uber athletic speed rusher like Bonitto but they went in the exact opposite direction.

I don't really care about Galeai bulking up, they can always use him as a DPR. The question is is he good enough of a pass rusher to be a passing down only guy? Right now I'd say no but he could surprise.

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Coldworld's picture

July 04, 2022 at 12:01 am

Garvin is another guy with a quick first step and strength. As you point out he came out very young and is likely still developing physically. He’s actually very similar in terms of type to Enagbare, but perhaps more explosive.

As to Galeai, the problem with him is he’s so light/willowy. When we signed him he was 6’4” and 229. Fackrell was an inch talker but 245. Galeai has all the moves but we’ve seen DL who are off balance able to just knock him off his route or backwards. He’s just too slight to be a Fackrell unless he’s added mass. Mike Smith was pretty candid about that. Smith was very clear Galeai has the talent but that he lacks the muscle mass to unlock it: https://packerswire.usatoday.com/2021/08/09/packers-olb-coach-thinks-tip...
That’s why he fell. In Smiths view even 10 pounds would make the difference. From what I’ve seen, maybe 15-20 might be better, but he definitely needs that to translate his undeniable rushing skills,

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 04, 2022 at 12:02 pm

I think they said Galeai was up to 238 lbs before training camp last year. If he kept it on and added 5-7 lbs he'd be about where Leonard Floyd plays at for the Rams. He can be a DPR at that weight if his pass rush win rate is around 17% or higher. That's a big if.

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dobber's picture

July 04, 2022 at 11:00 am

"I think Garvin played better than most people realize."

He was OK, all things considered. We need to remember that at this time a year ago, he was a developmental 4th OLB, but Z's injury pushed him into a more prominent role. The Packers need him (or any of their depth pieces at OLB) to become a reliable guy to suck up snaps...but, of course, that's the whole point of the article.

" I was hoping the went with an Uber athletic speed rusher"

The Packers clearly have a "type" they like at OLB--the Smiths, Gary, Garvin--all fit a similar body type. Enagbare does as well. I was hoping for Jermaine Johnson as he slid in round 1, and he would've fit that paradigm, too. I was surprised the Packers waited as long as they did to invest in OLB.

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 04, 2022 at 12:07 pm

The have definitely gone with the bigger guys since Pettine got there. I thought Barry having worked with Floyd might push the needle back the other way a little. My thing is I think having a speedy, bendy type of rusher coming in on passing downs to throw the O linemen a curve ball could be effective.

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 03, 2022 at 08:21 pm

Slow 40 and horrible 3-cone.

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cheezyone's picture

July 03, 2022 at 09:22 pm

Hard to say why he fell that far. I thought Samori Toure would go in at least the 5th round, and he fell to the 7th.

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dobber's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:46 am

The WR position was really deep, and a lot of teams got theirs in the first two days.

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PeteK's picture

July 03, 2022 at 12:40 pm

He is an interesting prospect , but I think Garvin has the edge because of experience.

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mnbadger's picture

July 03, 2022 at 12:47 pm

I think there's "unproven" and talented
depth here in Ramsey and Garvin. TG is more solid than spectacular.
Excited for TC. GPG!

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TarynsEyes's picture

July 03, 2022 at 12:49 pm

So the Packers are depending on a 5th-round pick, although considered a possible 3rd-round pick before falling in the draft, to be more than what Gary was expected to do while being selected at 12 in his draft class, and who was given a pass for his lack of real contribution in his rookie year.

Is a coin tossed to decide the narrative to fit an agenda or the agenda to fit a narrative about draftees of the Packers?

Apparently, the writer here at CHTV, and/or the staff at GB has placed the onus on a 5th-round selection to secure the OLB group that this thinking leans to it being inferior, or at least 'depth deprived' without the 'stepping-up' in the play of one who has yet to play a snap.

Could he be what is clearly now confessed to be a need, sure, but I don't live in the world of so many here, so I'll look and expect the minimum and rejoice if more comes about, and not expect the fantasy and be dejected if it doesn't come out of the genie bottle.

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Rarescope's picture

July 03, 2022 at 10:43 pm

“ I'll look and expect the minimum and rejoice if more comes about”

Now if only you could adopt that attitude towards every game played other than a super bowl win, you might just be able to experience the simple pleasure of enjoying watching a football game.

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TarynsEyes's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:18 am

I do enjoy the games, it's the bs excuses that I disdain, which is so evident yet denied by those like you.

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PewAuKeeFan's picture

July 05, 2022 at 07:43 am

You do?
You may be the only one who thinks so. Everyone else here has only sensed your worry, dejection, depression, sorrow, unhappiness, melancholy, misery, despondency, gloom and lack of joy.

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Guam's picture

July 04, 2022 at 08:25 am

I might have presented your theme a bit differently Taryn, but your core point is legitimate. Expecting a fifth round draft choice to significantly contribute is a reach. I hope Enagbare helps the Packers, but I would not expect much until his second or third season. I believe others (Ramsey, Garvin etc.) are more likely to pick up snaps.

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murf7777's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:38 am

You should also take into consideration the writer did talk about adding another FA similar to last year with Mercilus. There will be players of his caliber available when more SC cuts are made. I don’t think the writer has such expectations that a 5th rounder will be the depth savior.

The reality is after the top 10 or so in the draft it is a crap shoot. Expecting too much from any player in the draft is just unrealistic and setting yourself up for disappointment. Most players need time to develop and that has been proven out for decades.

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Charvid's picture

July 04, 2022 at 06:28 pm

God, how I’ve missed you….absolute ray today of darkness.

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PewAuKeeFan's picture

July 05, 2022 at 07:40 am

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PewAuKeeFan's picture

July 05, 2022 at 07:39 am

"and not expect the fantasy and be dejected if it doesn't come out of the genie bottle".

Why not? I have never seen you "not dejected". If you change your name to "AlwaysDejectedEyes", it would be a perfect match.

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PhantomII's picture

July 03, 2022 at 03:07 pm

His pic looks like he needs a good year or two in the Gym before he is able to go against an NFL OT. The others should be much more likely to make a mark this season and next.

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ImaPayne's picture

July 03, 2022 at 03:11 pm

here we are again talking about another what if player on this team. this team is loaded with them.

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 03, 2022 at 08:43 pm

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ImaPayne's picture

July 03, 2022 at 03:13 pm

here we are again talking about another what if player on this team. this team is loaded with them.

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Charvid's picture

July 04, 2022 at 06:38 pm

On any team, most of the backups are “what-if” players.

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wildbill's picture

July 03, 2022 at 05:47 pm

My money, sorry but never really gamble on sports, is a veteran edge rusher being picked up. With the TOP our offense should bring a three man rotation should suffice for most of the game.

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Lphill's picture

July 03, 2022 at 05:51 pm

He played with a leg injury which also may have affected his scores , a lot to like about him let’s see what NFL coaching can do for him.

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NoNonsense's picture

July 03, 2022 at 06:10 pm

Ok so PFF graded him 5th among Power 5 edge rushers with a 92.5 pass rushing grade. His pass rush production (sacks , hits and hurries was 12th out of 191 prospects. He's nearly 6'4" with almost 35" arms and Power is his game.

He may not be Zadarius Smith right away but that's the type of player he can become in my opinion. Z was drafted in the 4th round for Baltimore and he only really blossomed after he signed with GB.

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murf7777's picture

July 04, 2022 at 11:01 am

I think Z already blossomed at Baltimore. What the Packers gave him in a contract also proves that. They just used him more situationally than the Packers. IMO, Z is limited in his ability to stop the run and gets exposed by really good running teams. Baltimore had more depth and knew that deficiency, so they didn’t need him for 3 downs like the Packers did. Hopefullly, the Vikings will need him for 3 downs and we expose that with Jones and Dillon when playing against them.

Engabare has great potential based on pre draft consensus picks, let’s hope he reaches it.

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 03, 2022 at 09:06 pm

The odds are overwhelmingly stacked against Enagbare being anything more than a decent backup. Matt Judon is the only Edge rusher out of the top 25 in sacks that was drafted after the 4th round. He has played inside quite a bit so maybe he end up being a Za'darius lite but there's a big difference in interior lineman in the pros vs college, even in the SEC.

If Garvin worked hard this offseason I'd expect him to be the 3rd OLB this season. He's only 6 months older than Enagbare and if he has stayed in college last year he probably goes higher than the 7th round. Will he ever be more than a 5 sack a year backup? Probably not but there's worse things than having a serviceable backup at a premium position.

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BAMABADGER's picture

July 03, 2022 at 10:23 pm

We need 5th round Enagbare to produce his rookie year, yet we were told to be patient with Gary the 12th person picked in 2019 ???
Something is wrong with our football logic, no?

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Johnblood27's picture

July 04, 2022 at 07:29 am

Gary was asked to change positions and learn to play football all over again. He also had two set in stone starters ahead of him.

Enagbare has two set in stone starters and some guys that gained valuable experience last year with Z ''nursing his injury".

Perspective...

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Oppy's picture

July 04, 2022 at 08:18 am

When i watch the highlight reel, i'm skeptical.
Looks stiff, no bend and doesn't look agile.
That's not what you're looking for in a OLB playing at the LOS

His long arms and stubborn tenacity will net him some coverage sacks here and there, taking down the QB by his jersey, and I imagine he'll be great against the run, but I don't see a pass rush demon.

Maybe I'm way off on this. Sure wouldn't be the first time. Hope he proves me to be very wrong.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

July 04, 2022 at 03:04 am

Randy Ramsey is a decent bet to make the team. That is due to his special teams prowess. GB kept him on IR all season due to a "significant ankle injury" sustained in training camp rather than releasing him when he was able to pass a physical. Of course, I am not sure what his injury exactly was or if he was able to pass a physical at some point last year. GB did retain his rights by keeping him on IR all season.

This is a big year for Ramsey. He has two accrued seasons, so if he makes the team and appears in six games he would be an RFA in 2023.

Enagbare as a fifth round pick is a very good bet to make the team regardless of production.

Garvin as a draft pick is under contract for 2023 for the minimum. Hamilton and Gileai would be ERFAs in 2023, and thus offer two years or control.

The author really is focusing on which player can play some defensive snaps for the Packers, which is fine because it is important. Whether the Packers have one or two years of control after 2022 is a minor point since they all should be fairly cheap, except for Ramsey if he should break out in 2022, and he would still be at or less than the RFA price.

I just note that Summers and Burks played 607 ST snaps last year. McDuffie added 192 more ST snaps. All three of those players often get left off of people's way too early 53-man projections, so that is a lot of snaps. Henry Black (315) and Yiadom (307) also played a ton of snaps, but as DBs, I'd be looking at those position groups for those snaps. Yiadom signed with Houston and got a $152K signing bonus plus $500K of his base salary guaranteed, so he is not likely to return.

Garvin played 116 ST snaps in 2021. Hamilton played 6 ST snaps (five in his first action and then one over the other five games in which he appeared). Ramsey played 204 ST snaps in 2020. Chauncey Rivers played 44 ST snaps last season (he went on IR on October 7, and was not tendered, so he is a street free agent).

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 04, 2022 at 04:05 am

Insert the "addition by subtraction" joke here but that is a lot of STs snaps to cover. I guess a lot depends on Carpenter and if he shines on STs enough to keep on the roster. Wilborn is 25 so I doubt he sticks unless he really shows something in camp. McDuffie made a couple of nice plays on defense in the preseason last year and if he does it again this year he probably sticks around. 5 ILB seems like a lot of guys to keep on the roster when you can probably sneak two to the PS pretty easily but if Carpenter is a STs demon maybe they do. Do they keep Summers around like they did Burks? I think the lightbulb needs to come on for him for that to happen but I was a surprised Burks made it last year so stranger things. Right now I'd say Campbell, Walker, Barnes and McDuffie with Carpenter a possibility because of STs but it wouldn't shock me if Summers made the roster.

I thought Gaines was one of the better STs players in the preseason last year along with Uphoff and was disappointed they didn't keep one of them active for that purpose. Maybe he shows enough to stick this year. It would've nice to know what the deal was with Vernon Scott last year when Black wasn't exactly setting the world on fire. I think I read that Davis played a lot of STs at Florida.

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dobber's picture

July 04, 2022 at 10:28 am

Barnes likely becomes a core special teamer this season. Basically, all the reserve DBs, OLBs and ILBs are going to need to play there.

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PewAuKeeFan's picture

July 05, 2022 at 07:51 am

Lots of ST snaps above...

Based on the ST play last year, I would drop ALL the players who had large amounts of ST snaps.

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Savage57's picture

July 04, 2022 at 07:24 am

Mark,

Use the larger font size all the other writers on CHTV use. I know I could just go get my readers, but I'm lazy like that.

I pass over your articles because they're a pain to to try and read. Perhaps there's a future for you in warnings, disclaimers and terms of service writing?

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Johnblood27's picture

July 04, 2022 at 07:32 am

100% agree.

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Johnblood27's picture

July 04, 2022 at 07:37 am

In looking for pass rush production from the OLB position after Gary and PSmith - I could see Walker getting some of the back-up reps rushing.

None of the OLB behind Gary/PSmith excite me at the current stage of their development. Garvin and perhaps Ramsey can provide some firm edges, but they are clean-up only for pass rush at this stage. Enagbare in an Enigma for now - production in the SEC, but poor testing in indicators that translate to pass rush success at the NFL level. We shall see.

If the GBP look objectively at the resources they have in house and relative to the desired outcomes they seek, Walker sticks out for his athleticism and could produce the pass rush needed when Gary or PSmith are off the field.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

July 04, 2022 at 05:05 pm

Yes, like everyone else I'm hoping Engabare was a steal, however his testing results seemed to match up where he was drafted. His videos did not show a quick explosive Edge Rusher. Seemed all power! I expect Garvin to be #3 due to his age & strength. What Engabare brings in 2023 & 2024 we can only hope.

I recognized throughout the draft the weakness the Packers had at backup Edge and wanted a guy like Nik Bonitto at 59 whose tape showed possibly the best speed & explosion of all the Edge Rushers. This is why the trade up for Christian Watson with 53 & 59 was so significant. The Packers could have drafted two WR's like Moore & Pierce in Rd 2 instead of just Watson, or they could have drafted either Moore/Pierce and Bonitto. To make it even crazier they could have drafted McBride at TE with either of the aforementioned players. By drafting Watson the Packers believe his upside outweighs not getting a top Edge Rusher. Here is hoping they are right.

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LLCHESTY's picture

July 04, 2022 at 12:53 pm

It wouldn't be popular with most Packer fans but I wouldn't mind them taking a look at Anthony Barr as a cheap backup. He has mainly played OLB in a 4-3 but his athletic testing was very similar to Harold Landry's. His 6.82 3-cone was in the 95th percentile for OLB, impressive at 255 lbs.

He might not be interested but it would be chance for him to reset the late stage of his career. I don't think there's a lot of 30 yr old guys playing 4-3 OLB at 257 lbs. He was a really good pass rusher at UCLA so it wouldn't be a totally new thing for him.

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