Sean Rhyan NFL Draft Prospect Profile and Scouting Report

NFL Prospect Profile: Sean Rhyan, OL, UCLA

Name: Sean Rhyan

School: UCLA

Year: Jr

Position: Offensive Tackle

Measurables: 6’4’, 321 lbs.

General Info:

Rhyan grew up in Ladera Ranch, California and attended Capistrano Valley Christian School before transferring to San Juan Hills High School.

He had offers to play college ball at Notre Dame and Alabama, but instead chose UCLA.

As a youth, Rhyan played baseball and rugby, and in high school won the CIF Southern Section Division 1 title in shot put.

In three years at UCLA, Rhyan started every single game, including all 12 as a freshman.

Positional Skills:

Strengths

Rhyan’s biggest strength is that he plainly and simply gets the job done. Despite not being elite in any one area, opponents struggle to get much out of him down after down.

This is not to say he’s bad in any aspect of tackle play either. Rhyan has enough skill in every department to succeed at the next level.

In the pass game, Rhyan shows a good anchor and maintains his balance fairly well. He is also able to use his hands to slow down an opponent’s momentum.

His pass sets are consistent down to down and Rhyan also displays pretty nimble feet and the ability to redirect.

In the run game, Rhyan is able to generate a good amount of push and also shows the athleticism needed to play in Matt LaFleur’s offense.

In terms of athletic testing, Rhyan scored in 81st percentile of all historical tackle prospects, posting an ‘elite’ explosion score as well as ‘good’ grades for speed and agility.

Weaknesses

While Rhyan is a solid all-round player, there is no special element to his game.

There are also concerns about whether he can survive as a tackle in the NFL due to his smaller size for the position (6’4 ½) and shorter arms. Rhyan may have to kick inside to guard at the next level, which could reduce his value.

He also built a reputation for committing too many false start penalties. This will need to be ironed out of his game going forward.

Fit with the Packers:

Purely from watching the tape, Rhyan looks like he has the ability to succeed as a tackle in the NFL due to his ‘gamer’ style. He could potentially compete to be the Packers’ starter at right tackle to begin the season.

Even if he does end up as a guard in the long term, Rhyan could slot into Green Bay’s scheme and provide competition for Jon Runyan and Royce Newman, which could prove especially useful with Elgton Jenkins’ injury status currently unknown.

At worst, Rhyan should be a very solid guard with the flexibility to slide out to tackle in a pinch.

Rhyan could make sense as a target for the Packers as high as the 3rd round of the draft.

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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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BirdDogUni's picture

March 30, 2022 at 06:23 pm

I'd rather have Alec Pierce in the 3rd round... ; P

22: R1 P22 DL Devonte Wyatt - Georgia
28: R1 P28 OT Trevor Penning - Northern Iowa
53: R2 P21 WR Christian Watson - North Dakota State
59: R2 P27 LB Leo Chenal - Wisconsin
92: R3 P28 WR Alec Pierce - Cincinnati
132: R4 P27 WR Danny Gray - SMU
140: R4 P35 S Smoke Monday - Auburn
171: R5 P28 RB Brian Robinson Jr. - Alabama
228: R7 P7 EDGE Micheal Clemons - Texas A&M
249: R7 P28 TE James Mitchell - Virginia Tech
258: R7 P37 WR Tyquan Thornton - Baylor

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Return_To_Sanity's picture

March 30, 2022 at 07:10 pm

Sean Rhyan isnt falling to the 3rd round anyways. Late 1st/ early 2nd.

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murf7777's picture

March 31, 2022 at 07:28 am

I like the build the trenches idea Bird. I still believe that is where the game is won or lost.

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Minniman's picture

March 31, 2022 at 02:16 pm

Leo Chenal is an interesting candidate - he's certainly an intriguing prospect but draft boards vary wildly with his "value".

Regarding the WR selections - you must have watched Top Gun recently........ they all have "The Need for Speed"....... the slowest guy (Alec Pierce) ran a 4.41 40...... and Thornton ran a 4.28!!

For versatility I love that Alec Pierce pick. He's played ST as a gunner and even dabbled a bit as LB - he's a day 1 contributor on ST and potentially a long term Jordy Nelson-esque player.

The only "quibbles" are that none of the WR's are even close to being "pro-ready" in that position - but if that's the way that the draft falls, then que sera.

Micheal Clemons is more of a DE than a OLB. I see the Packers taking a twitchy, bendy OLB to replace Z's role - and compliment Gary and Preston's constrict and contain.

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Pointer91's picture

March 31, 2022 at 03:36 pm

Birddog, I like most of your draft. I would imagine you ran this with a draft simulator but I have yet to find one that would have Penning at 28. Always seems to be gone by 20. I like Olave at 22 as he is the most game ready of all the receiver's and if Watson is available at 28 take him. He is skyrocketing up draft boards. I don't see where we have any starting worthy receiver's on the team now. Cobb would be lucky to make it through camp without injury and Lazzard is a #3 at best. If you cannot get Watson -- Alec Pierce is a clone without the hype with a later pick. Similar size and speed with comparable skill sets and probably a bit more game ready. With two receiver's with unique skill sets in the first or first 2/3 rounds you have the potential to "spread the load" and the pressure off a 22 year old. Love the Chenal pick if he is there. Somewhere I think there will be a need for an edge guy earlier in the draft than 228. People get injured and we have little behind the starters.

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BirdDogUni's picture

March 30, 2022 at 07:14 pm

Traded pick 132 for picks: 160, 195, 214, 236, and 260. ( I wish it were really that easy.)

22. Devonte Wyatt DT Georgia

28. Chris Olave WR Ohio State

53. Sam Williams EDGE Mississippi

59. Christian Watson WR North Dakota State

92. Leo Chenal LB Wisconsin

140. Jelani Woods TE Virginia

160. Danny Gray WR SMU - trade icon

171. Cole Turner TE Nevada

195. Kellen Diesch OT Arizona State - trade icon

214. Cordell Volson OT North Dakota State - trade icon

228. Scott Nelson S Wisconsin

236. Tycen Anderson S Toledo - trade icon

249. Reggie Roberson WR SMU

258. Jeremiah Moon LB Florida

260. Spencer Burford OT UTSA - trade icon

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murf7777's picture

March 31, 2022 at 07:31 am

I see a lot of people thinking Jelani Woods, I did before watching his tape. I suspect due to his perfect RAS score. I’ve watched a fair amount of tape on TE’s and Woods tape doesn’t show that much athleticism. Watch it, he lumbers out of the gate. There are good things about him, but I think he is a boom or bust prospect that I’d wait till the 5th round to take. I like McBride and Dulcich.

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greengold's picture

March 31, 2022 at 10:51 am

I respectfully beg to differ, murf. His tape is awesome. Guys that big? There’s take off speed, but he is fast. Super powerful. Super imposing. Super fast for a man that size, just now learning how to use it while continuing to grow.

My notes on him:
TE Jelani Woods Virginia 6-7 259 4.61 (95th percentile) 34 1/8” arms 24 reps 82.5” wingspan

ELITE SPARQ 130.2 (96th percentile)

Catches 63% of targets 14.4 YPR 44 rec 70 Tgts yds 8 TDs his 2021 Senior year. 1st year at TE. Also 1st year at Virginia after transfer from Oklahoma St

*4 years ago 6-5 215 QB - keeps growing. OSU never knew how to use him as WR.

In-line TE with great size/speed/power/hands Long strider. Exceptional athlete. Defenders bounce off him.

Willing blocker with powerful hands/good effort and toughness for run block. Uses size well to chip. Needs technique work.

4.61 40 time fastest by a TE of his heights since 2003.

+ Hustle player.

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stockholder's picture

March 31, 2022 at 10:50 am

Bird - I don't hate your drafts. I just don't see the game changers. It's like Help and development. If not just status Que. Sorry but thats my take. I believe in fair play. So here's my update.

#22. Christian Watson. Wr. N.D State
#28 Boye. Mafe. Edge. Minn.
#53. Dax Hill. S. Mich
#59. Jalen Tolbert. WR S. Alabama
#92. Carson Strong QB Nevada
#132. Amare Barno. Edge VT
#140. Velus Jones. WR Tenn.
#171. Andrew Stueber
#228. Percey Butler. S Louisiana
#249. Nick Zakeij. OT Fordham
#258. Isaih Pacheco. RB. Toledo

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jannes bjornson's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:01 am

#14 Olave WR
#28 Winfrey DE/Edge
#54 Watson WR
#92 Ruckert TE
#132 Cook S
#140 Kinnard OT
#153 Haskins RB
#228 Horvath FB
#249 Andries OG
# 258 Johnny Johnson WR

Sticking with my guys and I want a power running game. I am really not a fan of Groundhog Day on 3rd and short for nada as per 2014, 2020,2021....in the Playoffs

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stockholder's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:08 am

This would have worked for me after the combine. I know you love Olave. I'd much rather see him picked, than a guy with injuries.

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jannes bjornson's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:43 am

We have seen the ' BAma lightweights go in the 2020 draft and miss games for Philly and Miami. Olave is a much better route runner and off the breaks. If I lived on Fantasy Island I would take him and Wilson. I prefer Wyatt at #28 but he was snagged last iteration.

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stockholder's picture

March 31, 2022 at 01:22 pm

Don't want another 2012- Jerel Worthy -40 Games 2 1/2 sacks. This is the scouting report on Wyatt- Wyatt has adequate strength but struggles to withstand a second blocker. The traits are average, but the effort is consistent and Wyatt should fit nicely as a rotational, gap-seeking three-technique with disruptive flashes. I like Travis Jones much more. Always was double teamed. Better pad level.

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jannes bjornson's picture

March 31, 2022 at 04:06 pm

Maybe they're happy with Reed onboard and will go WR and OT in the first round and find a mid-range guy to take Lancaster's roster spot.

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LambeauPlain's picture

March 30, 2022 at 07:21 pm

Rhyan is rated as the BEST run blockers in the entire class by Draft Buzz. I mention that as an addition to what Mark wrote as Draft Buzz very much agrees with him.

A great OL rarely plays on a losing team. In this draft, invest in WR and OL early. For a team with the MVP, it just makes sense.

And there is enough draft capital for the D drafting Edge, DB, LB and DT and BAP for quality depth late.

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greengold's picture

March 31, 2022 at 02:02 am

I love it. You’re right, LP. This team’s needs at OT are almost as dire as WR. #3 need being EDGE. Just couldn’t be more perfect having all 3 positions being the 3 deepest talent pools in this draft.

Yosh Nijman should factor in here, alleviating some of the pressure with his being an Exclusive Rights FA, making the immediate need at OT not quite as hot with David Bakhtiari returning.

Can’t help but cringe a bit hearing about run blocking prowess, only because we don’t run the ball nearly enough. Anticipating a bunch of new WRs added to this team via draft, it would make sense to lean more heavily on running the football, while we bring those rookies up to speed.

Adding Ryan could help.

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LambeauPlain's picture

March 31, 2022 at 10:45 am

I love smart OL players with strength and skills. The more I read about Rhyan the more I like him as one of the top 10 OT's in the draft. He has more value for the Pack because he can kick inside or play T a very high level.

He's not Jenks, but he's close...starting with his big brain and play to the whistle behavior. Jenks was very much like Rhyan in college, except in reverse in run/pass pro. Jenks is a smart, dependable, locker room leader who was very good in run blocking, hunting at the second level like Rhyan. However, Jenks was an absolute rock in pass pro in college...as he has shown in GB.

Rhyan is a Abrams M1 tank in the run game and solid in pass pro.

Both can play inside or out. Bakht, Jenks, Myers, Runyan, Nijman, Newman, and Rhyan to assemble the best 5 with Hanson and Van Lanen or ? as deep depth reserves has 9 really good football players in the OL room

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jannes bjornson's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:12 am

If they were not confident to line up Nijman in the playoff Game, then they will be hunting for two more guys.

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LambeauPlain's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:54 am

Not playing Nijman at LT was a huge factor in the loss vs SF, IMO. Turner didn't play very well there and Kelly was a mess at RT trying to block the Niners front..especially in the 2nd half Packer passing futility.

The two starting Packer Tackles in the playoff game are no longer with the team...that speaks volumes. It is all on MLF and his staff for 1. Playing Bakht in the Lions game (why not start Yosh?!?), and 2. juggling the O line vs SF was goofy and not very smart (why not start Yosh?!?)

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Leatherhead's picture

March 31, 2022 at 10:31 am

" In this draft, invest in WR and OL early."

I'm not a big WR guy, but we do need some people to replace all the snaps, targets, catches, yards, and first downs Adams gave us, With 5 picks in the first #92, that shouldn't be that difficult.

We're going to be fine this year IF we can get guys blocked. The last two seasons have ended with a lot of backups playing on the line. We should strengthen that unit. QBs and WRs and RBs all look better if guys are getting blocked.

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jannes bjornson's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:13 am

They can block to a ten count ,but if nobody is open it will be a moot point.

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greengold's picture

March 31, 2022 at 03:46 pm

We will strengthen the OT position in this draft. It is arguably the deepest position group in the draft. We have Bakhtiari. We have Yosh Nijman who is an Exclusive Rights FA that I’m confident we will re-sign. We have Elgton Jenkins who can play OT as a proven starter. Royce Newman was a starting art for 4 years, and now has 1 year of NFL experience.

What round was it again we picked rookie starting LT David Bakhtiari? R5???

We have maybe Allen Lazard as a starting WR. He has no speed.

How many WRs come off the board in April before pick #22? #28? #53? #59? My guesses: 4, 6, 11, 13 respectively.

Are the Packers the only teams wanting WR? Don’t forget, QB, RB and TE are position groups that may have 1 or zero selections in R1. THREE position groups without clear R1 slotting. Add that into the maths.

I got another one for you. With EDGE and OT a toss up for the deepest position groups, won’t more teams wait and take, oh, maybe a WR..?

4 teams ahead of us at #22 - all teams with multiple R1s that are rebuilding (PHI 3, NYJ 2, NYG 2, HOU 2), have 9 picks ahead of our 22. Then there is KC with 2 R1s as well - wanting WR. Not to mention, there are other teams without multiple R1s ahead of us ALSO wanting WRs.

C’mon…

None of this is normal.

Jordy Nelson was the #3 WR selected OVERALL in 2008. #math

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Minniman's picture

March 31, 2022 at 08:24 pm

Nailed a very important point there RE the importance of a fortress O-Line.

I mentioned elsewhere- deep plays rely on the QB having the time to let the play develop.

There’s speed right through the list of prospect WR’s this year.

I’d like to see the Packers take a role and route based approach to drafting WR this year. Fill the capability gaps that prevented them from stretching and attacking the whole field (almost) every play.

There are playmakers already on the roster, if they can get more 1 on 1 matchups, then the plays will come.

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Minniman's picture

March 31, 2022 at 02:41 pm

A return to the year when Rodgers had a fortress around him will only help the rookie WR's and Rodgers get on the same page.

As much as I like Rodgers getting the ball out early, if he's got a bunch of rookie's then it needs to be expected that they won't always be on the same page, and time will allow him to either get through his progressions or let a play unfold.

I love the abundance of WR speed in this year's draft. There's late round guys there that all you need them to do is run go-routes........ and BTW, go routes NEED time to develop (i.e. the aforementioned fortress).

As much as I have a draft crush on Olave and some of the others, if they all fly off the board, then I think that the other path is to fortify Rodgers.

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BirdDogUni's picture

March 30, 2022 at 07:46 pm

I wish.

22: R1 P22 EDGE Jermaine Johnson - Florida State
28: R1 P28 DL Devonte Wyatt - Georgia
53: R2 P21 WR Christian Watson - North Dakota State
59: R2 P27 LB Troy Andersen - Montana State
92: R3 P28 WR Alec Pierce - Cincinnati
132: R4 P27 S Bryan Cook - Cincinnati
140: R4 P35 OT Cordell Volson - North Dakota State
171: R5 P28 CB Tariq Woolen - UTSA
228: R7 P7 TE Armani Rodgers - Ohio
249: R7 P28 WR Tyquan Thornton - Baylor
258: R7 P37 OT Matt Bockhorst - Clemson

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Minniman's picture

March 31, 2022 at 02:20 pm

If Armani Rodgers gets selected then I pity Adam Stenavich - he'll have Amari Rodgers and Armani Rodgers.... to go with Aaron Rodgers.

........ He's gonna get Rodgered - for sure!

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stormin's picture

March 30, 2022 at 07:54 pm

Like it if it could happen that way, but I don't think Watson will last that long and neither will Pierce.

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stockholder's picture

March 30, 2022 at 08:37 pm

They Won't! And I believe a QB will be taken.

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jannes bjornson's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:38 am

Your guy Strong may be the first QB off the board on some Scouts mocks. The Nevada offense is full octane with Doubs and Turner. He's a pocket guy, but can learn the Brady/ Manning footwork to avoid the rush. Best arm of the bunch.

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stockholder's picture

March 31, 2022 at 01:26 pm

First ? Doubt that - I figured 3 because everyone that wants a Qb, will have one.

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jannes bjornson's picture

March 31, 2022 at 04:02 pm

Some may be sober enough to choose this guy vs. the next Josh Rosen, Darnold, etc.

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Leatherhead's picture

March 31, 2022 at 10:36 am

In the mock draft simulations I've done......and I've done way too many......Watson is frequently gone by #53. Pierce is always available at #53 and # 59, and frequently available at #92.

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stockholder's picture

March 31, 2022 at 10:45 am

Yes. SI has him at #28 now. Pierce is slipping back into the 60s. . I put a Qb at #92 now. This was a TT move. He took QBs in the third rd. With 50/50 now believing Love is not the future. I moved Carson Strong in. He's got the strongest arm in the draft. But needs coaching. I great fit for the packers.

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LLCHESTY's picture

April 01, 2022 at 01:46 am

I call BS. Name the year TT took a QB in the 3rd round. NEVER.

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Leatherhead's picture

April 01, 2022 at 10:34 am

LL....I call it the South Pole group. Other people have other names for it, but there's a persistent constellation of posters that collectively are almost always wrong. You can use it as a compass, except it points to the South Pole instead of the North Pole.

Whenever they all agree on a given issue, it's a certain sign it's the wrong way.

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greengold's picture

April 01, 2022 at 11:25 am

Shocked, my friend. Shocked. You taught me long ago to ignore black clouds…

Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy
Sunshine in my eyes can make me cry
Sunshine on the water looks so lovely
Sunshine almost always makes me high

If I had a day that I could give you
I'd give to you a day just like today
If I had a song that I could sing for you
I'd sing a song to make you feel this way

Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy
Sunshine in my eyes can make me cry
Sunshine on the water looks so lovely
Sunshine almost always makes me high

If I had a tale that I could tell you
I'd tell a tale sure to make you smile
If I had a wish that I could wish for you
I'd make a wish for sunshine all the while

Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy
Sunshine in my eyes can make me cry
Sunshine on the water looks so lovely
Sunshine almost always makes me high

Sunshine almost all the time makes me high
Sunshine almost always

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stormin's picture

March 30, 2022 at 07:56 pm

Like it if it could happen that way, but I don't think Watson will last that long and neither will Pierce.

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LLCHESTY's picture

March 30, 2022 at 08:18 pm

Restock draft with some extra picks for 2023.
Pitre at nickel would be wild with what they already have at the DB group.
28.
Treylon Burks
WR Arkansas
GB
32.
Perrion Winfrey
DT Oklahoma
GB
59.
Jalen Pitre
S Baylor
GB
64.
Jalen Tolbert
WR South Alabama
GB
92.
Nik Bonitto
EDGE Oklahoma
GB
94.
Jelani Woods
TE Virginia
GB
103.
Quay Walker
LB Georgia
GB
116.
Jeffrey Gunter
EDGE Coastal Carolina
GB
132.
Rasheed Walker
OT Penn State
GB
142.
Cole Strange
OG Chattanooga
GB
171.
Joshua Williams
S Fayetteville State
GB
177.
Velus Jones Jr.
WR Tennessee
GB
228.
Olakunle Fatukasi
LB Rutgers
GB
233.
Eyioma Uwazurike
DT Iowa State
GB
249.
Jeremiah Moon
LB Florida
GB
258.
Andrew Ogletree
TE Youngstown State

2023 DET 3rd
2023 MIA 6th
2023 IND 7th

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LambeauPlain's picture

March 31, 2022 at 08:14 am

That's a good draft.

Adding to Burks' over 1,100 yard...11 TD season last year, here are some other fun facts:

"In addition to his top-end breakaway speed, he wears size 5XL gloves, bench-presses 380 pounds, squats 500, and power-cleans 320, per Bruce Feldman’s annual Freaks List column."

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stockholder's picture

March 30, 2022 at 09:06 pm

#22. Nakobe Dean. LB. Georgia
#28 Christian Watson. Wr. N.D State
#53. Lewis Cine. S Georgia
#59. Jalen Tolbert. WR S. Alabama
#92. Carson Strong QB Nevada
#132. Velus Jones. WR Tenn.
#140. Chris Paul. OT Tulsa
#171. Cam Jurgens C Neb.
#228. Percey Butler. S Louisiana
#249. Tyler Goodson RB Iowa
#258. Isaih Pacheco. RB. Toledo

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ricky's picture

March 30, 2022 at 09:29 pm

So, even though he is not an elite athlete, this guy just gets the job done play after play. Sounds like he's a football player. Not flashy, not elite, but the kind of guy who lasts in the league for years. Fine with me.

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LLCHESTY's picture

March 30, 2022 at 10:37 pm

It's not like he's Lurch out there. His numbers are good where you want them to be.

https://twitter.com/MathBomb/status/1499950406771912705?t=R97gR1ORHwiAO6...

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LambeauPlain's picture

March 31, 2022 at 07:37 am

And an off the charts football mind and locker room leader, using hard work on and off the field as leading by example. Most top OL players are cerebral and solid leaders. Pack has several in their OL room. Rhyan would be welcomed by Butkus and the O coaches.

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mitchtheilig's picture

March 31, 2022 at 08:52 am

THANK YOU FOR "NOT" SUBJECTING US TO ENDLESS MOCK DRAFTS!!!!!

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LambeauPlain's picture

March 31, 2022 at 10:23 am

I succumbed to the mock draft simulator at PFF. I have to admit...it is a lot of fun. PFF gave me an A for my first 3 round selections even as I selected two OT's, both who are 6'7" and can kick inside to G (better Tackles, however).

I got Burks and Dotson/WRs, and Edge too.

I am 100% certain Gutey will not mimic my 3 round picks.

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Barnacle's picture

March 31, 2022 at 04:14 pm

Gute will do some surprising trades and picks to show his superior knowledge. I wish we would make picks that the gurus think makes sense for our team.

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Pointer91's picture

March 31, 2022 at 05:43 pm

Love all the perspectives here. I just don't see a starting WR on the Packers now. Cobb isn't what he was and very injury prone and Lazzard is a #3 on his best day.. We need not only a big stretch the field 50/50 ball guy but a possession receiver as well. Drafting what has to be a min of 2 receivers in rounds 1 and 2 should accommodate the lack of talent and the needs of the QB. Toss in a decent TE and we may be able to move the needle.

Most high drafted WR don't work out, so we would have to be incredibly lucky for that to be the case. I like that Christian Watson very much and he should be a target but we then would also benefit from an Olave as the possession receiver. We can look to stock up on speed merchants in the later rounds. Yes, we need an OT, but there are later round gems out there. We need an edge rusher to back up our starters such as Bonnita out of Oklahoma. I would love to see Chanel worked into this somehow for the reason that you could probably get his brother as an UDFA to play fullback which may or may not work with todays scheme but would be a low cost blocking bonus and a Rogers security blanket. Plus I love high motor tough guys, there is always a spot on the team for guys like that.

Should be fun to watch in the coming weeks how this is to unfold. Oh yea, J. Love has to go. Money, time, and draft capital wasted.

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MooPack's picture

March 31, 2022 at 11:30 pm

Abraham Lucas at #59. That is the RT of the future that would best fit the Packers long term. Nijman starting RT until Rookie takes over. Then Nijman stays as swing tackle or takes over as LT when Bakh is done in year or two.

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