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The Cheesehead TV First Round Mock Draft

Posted below is Cheesehead TV's Pro Football Draft Preview Supplement that was sent out to all of readers that purchased a copy. What it includes is an updated first-round mock draft, a list of the top 100 players regardless of position and a feature article on Penn State guard Johnnie Troutman.

This is not the entire Pro Football Draft Preview. That's 99 advertising-free pages featuring analysis of over 300 prospects, the Packers roster, mock drafts, feature articles and columns.

This is just the updated supplement, available to everyone. But there's still time to get our huge NFL Draft preview guide for only $5.99. Get yours here!


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jmac34's picture

Found this video of Kendall Reyes from PFW

Thing they said that I didn't like, "Limited Pass Rush"

Bearmeat's picture

I'm hoping it's an OLB. Or now a safety. There's more DL talent in round 2 than either DL or S

Jersey Al's picture

Hey, I didn't get my copy! LOL I am high on Reyes also, but NFL Scouting does not think he's suited for 3-4DE. So, I've backed off on him, a bit...

Hands's picture

The only thing....Reyes was great at the Senior Bowl. Not just in the game but all week.

pkrNboro's picture

In the past couple of days I've heard something about McClellin and concussions.

Haven't heard this in the previous weeks.

Does anybody have a link with more info?


CSS's picture

The Idaho Statesman (Boise's newspaper):

{Latter half of the story quoted}

"A story began circulating that he had suffered three concussions at Boise State.

McClellin says that’s not true. He suffered one significant concussion in 2010 at Wyoming and one mild concussion in 2009. He changed helmets after the 2010 injury and never had any more problems.

Even in 2010, he didn’t miss a game.

“It could be a number of things,” he said of where the misinformation originated. “It could be a team, it could be another agent. You never know.”

Those are perhaps the three most important words when it comes to the draft.

You never know."

pkrNboro's picture

thank you, CSS

I'm gonna put you on the spot: who are they picking?

"with the 28th selection of the 2012 NFL Draft, CSS of the Green Bay Packers selects ______________________"

CSS's picture

Literally no idea. Best 'Value' available that also fits a need, I guess. Versatility and flexibility is key on the defensive side in Capers nickle packages.

So, I love Vinny Curry. Football player, underrated athlete when you watch him actually play. Can kick inside with his hand in the dirt and has a good ceiling. I have no objection to McClellin (fits that flexible mode), not fond of Perry.

I think people are over-rating coverage skills in a 3-4 backer. Any smart offensive coordinator can create a mismatch that will kill even a pro-bowl level linebacker in the NFL. You protect him with scheme.

Only Fletcher Cox, out of the 1st round 3-4 projected DE's shows the ability to flex in base and nickle. Pass and run defense.

No other 3-4 projected end is worth the flier in round 1 (including Reyes). To me, you can find equal value in round 2 at that position. Move up for a grossly underrated Wolfe in Rd. 2 (he won't be there if they wait).

pkrNboro's picture

PFT's Final Mock Draft...

28. Packers: Peter Konz, guard, Wisconsin.

They do that shit just to generate page hits!

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