Packmeister posted:

Ok...I like this mock much better.

 

30: R1P30
WR BRANDON AIYUK
ARIZONA STATE
 
62: R2P30
OT EZRA CLEVELAND
BOISE STATE
 
94: R3P30
LB TROY DYE
OREGON
 
136: R4P30
DL DAVON HAMILTON
OHIO STATE
 
 
 

I really like Davon Hamilton. Assuming Brown and Kinlaw are long gone early 1st, would like to see Blacklock or Gallimore if we go DT early....otherwise Hamilton would be great later. 

Would love to know Gute's plan for DT. Hopefully not thinking Lancaster and Lowry are good enough. Maybe Keke is ready to make the jump...course  I was such an expert in thinking Montravious was ready

Packdog posted:
Packmeister posted:

Ok...I like this mock much better.

 

30: R1P30
WR BRANDON AIYUK
ARIZONA STATE
 
62: R2P30
OT EZRA CLEVELAND
BOISE STATE
 
94: R3P30
LB TROY DYE
OREGON
 
136: R4P30
DL DAVON HAMILTON
OHIO STATE
 
 
 

I really like Davon Hamilton. Assuming Brown and Kinlaw are long gone early 1st, would like to see Blacklock or Gallimore if we go DT early....otherwise Hamilton would be great later. 

Would love to know Gute's plan for DT. Hopefully not thinking Lancaster and Lowry are good enough. Maybe Keke is ready to make the jump...course  I was such an expert in thinking Montravious was ready

I think there are too many question marks at DT, outside of Kenny Clarke, to go through this draft without taking one. Whenever I do a  mock, and skip DT early, I keep seeing Hamilton there in round 4, waiting to get picked.

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Walker is 6' 3", 230lbs. That makes him an off-ball linebacker. His combine numbers were good, not spectacular, but he is certainly athletic, with a penchant for making plays in the backfield. He lined up at edge for Fresno State.

PFF grades him as a 7th rounder/UDFA. I can't post their material...just passing on to you what they say about him. He's graded as a project at ILB.

I highly recommend getting their draft guide. It's very good, and much more informative than, say, Lindy's, which we can buy at the store. I do like Lindy's, too...just not as informative, and their info is pre-combine. When you subscribe to PFF, you get a whole lot, plus you can download the guide. For $30, it's well worth it. πŸ‘

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PackerHawk posted:

I think GB would be looking at only one of those 4 picks.

The Packers want to get bigger and faster (and I would think the emphasis is on faster).

Higgins is long but he isn't very fast and he isn't quick.

Diggs fits the bill for size at his position. Would like to see what he can run but think he's fast enough.

The tiny little ILB? No.

Proche?  No. Small WR with short arms and not very explosive. 

 

AtTheMurph posted:
PackerHawk posted:

I think GB would be looking at only one of those 4 picks.

The Packers want to get bigger and faster (and I would think the emphasis is on faster).

Higgins is long but he isn't very fast and he isn't quick.

Diggs fits the bill for size at his position. Would like to see what he can run but think he's fast enough.

The tiny little ILB? No.

Proche?  No. Small WR with short arms and not very explosive. 

 

Agreed.

As strange as it might seem, I could see Taylor work in the Packers offense with Jones.  Either can run the ball, Taylor improved in his receiving and we've seen Mayo split Jones out wide before.  More dynamic players on offense is never a bad thing, regardless of position.  Reagor and Biadasz would be awesome adds as well.  But I don't know if they can not take a good ILB early.

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I'm not sure Funchess precludes a guy like Claypool. Claypool is going to be a hybrid Big Slot/H-Back/TE player that guys like Travis Kelce play. Sternberger is that type of player as well, so I think MLF has a type. I think MLF and Rodgers want to reduce the amount of subbing, so theoretically having talented pass catchers and high effort blockers like Stern, Claypool, Adams, and Lazard on the field 3 downs allows for crazy flexibility to catch D in the wrong personnel and get mismatches. 57% of snaps in 2019 GB used 2 WR or less.