Regardless of where they are selected, name three guys in the draft that you would love to see on GB's roster next season (Realistically).

I got:

Chase Claypool:  The size/speed ratio is ridiculous.  He can play wide, from the slot or at TE.  

Troy Dye: A little light and has some work to do, but I think he can develop into a big time LB.

Jalen Reagor: This dude is a TD waiting to happen every time he touches the ball. He immediately shores up the return game and give Arod a massive home run threat on offense. 

 

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Josh Jones, OT, Houston - Most athletic OT in the draft and well suited to ZBS. Instant plug and play at RT, also insurance at LT if Bakh contract talks go south.

Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson - Not happening, but the most athletic LB to come out in over a decade. In the Patrick Willis mold.

Devin Duvarnay, WR, Texas - Reminds me a lot of Randall Cobb...would be an immediate threat on inside slants to take it the distance.

Pakrz posted:

Regardless of where they are selected, name three guys in the draft that you would love to see on GB's roster next season (Realistically).

I got:

Chase Claypool:  The size/speed ratio is ridiculous.  He can play wide, from the slot or at TE.  

Troy Dye: A little light and has some work to do, but I think he can develop into a big time LB.

Jalen Reagor: This dude is a TD waiting to happen every time he touches the ball. He immediately shores up the return game and give Arod a massive home run threat on offense. 

 

I don't see it.  I think he would need a couple of years to develop NFL route running skills.  His highlight reel show nothing but open field catches.  He's not running by NFL CBs on a regular basis.  Return game, great, but he seems like an expensive gadget guy.  He's a nice player and I'm sure he'll be a good pro but I think there's much better value considering where he's projected to be picked. 

For me (realistic picks):

Mims
Blacklock
High RT pick

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I've been off Reagor since combine, I just don't like his movement and don't find him very fluid.

 

My 3:

Mims: Best WR that we have a chance of getting without having to move up to the top ten in Round One

Malik Harrison LBer: 6th best 3 cone time of anyone (all positions) at the combine

Jordan Elliot D-Line Missouri - PFF is very high on this guy and has him as one of their "most underrated" prospects in this draft. 

Timpranillo posted:

1st round - Would love to get one of Denzel Mims, Grant Delpit, Patrick Queen.  

2nd round - One of Malik Harrison, Davon Hamilton, Donovan Peoples-Jones

3rd round - One of Willie Gay Jr, Chase Claypool, Saahdiq Charles

I like it.  I think Claypool is going to get selected at or near the top of R2 just because of the size/speed ratio.  Whether he's worth that or not is highly debatable.  

GB doesn't have a huge need at S, but if you're truly going into the draft with a BPA mentality, GB might just walk away with Delpit.  

Claypool is the kind of swiss army knife player that would really excel with Rodgers. Rodgers hasn't had that type of guy since Finley maybe, every TE he's had except maybe Sternberger has been more of a traditional inline guy. 

Safety could be a wildcard on Day 1 or Day 2 honestly. I've seen some discussion they could decide to bring in another FS to go opposite Amos and let Savage be more of a Honey Badger role that plays FS, OLB, NB, etc. With his speed and instincts I think he could really do well. His qualities are kind of wasted as a deep centerfielder.

Swiss Army Knives...Claypool, Shenault, Reagor, Gibson (Memphis)...

Speaking of versatile players I know people are thinking TE...but what if Funchess is going to serve in that role? He has a similar skillset and slightly better athleticism than Austin Hooper who cost $10M.

I think between 17, Lazard, Funchess, EQ, Tonyan and Sternberger there will be a lot more weapons than we had last year. Thrown in a rookie WR with wiggle or wheels and this becomes a very different offense.

I also think Packers will add one of those versatile RB/WR type players to be the eventual replacement for Jamaal who is FA next year OR if not a slash guy, a power back...someone like AJ Dillon or Sewo Oloniula from TCU.

Pack88 posted:

Josh Jones OT rd 1 or trade down early rd 2

Michael PIttman rd 2 (62)

Akeem Davis-Gaither (94)

 

I like the way you think. Unfortunately, I don't see Jones on the board at 30. I know the TDN mocks have him lasting that long, but, unless the other teams needing a tackle brain fart and join in the feeding frenzy at WR and maybe QB, then he won't be there.

Chongo posted:

Swiss Army Knives...Claypool, Shenault, Reagor, Gibson (Memphis)...

Speaking of versatile players I know people are thinking TE...but what if Funchess is going to serve in that role? He has a similar skillset and slightly better athleticism than Austin Hooper who cost $10M.

Could be wrong, but I don’t think banging away with pass rushers is a great idea for a guy that has had serious challenges staying healthy in his career. 

I am guessing Funchess will be mostly a red zone target where he can be the guy Rodgers throws fades to. 

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Fix the run defense (ILB and DL) and get a WR

ILB - Murray, Queen, Baun (1st); Harrison (2nd); Brooks (3rd)

DL - Epenesa (1st); Blacklock (2nd); Madubuike (3rd)

WR - Jefferson (1st); Shenault (2nd); Mims (2nd); Reagor (2nd); Duvernay (3rd); Edwards (3rd)

R1 - Epenesa, Murray, Queen, Baun, Jefferson

R2 - Shenault, Mims, Blacklock, Harrison, Reagor

R3 - Duvernay, Edwards, Madubuike, Brooks

 

Pakrz posted:

Regardless of where they are selected, name three guys in the draft that you would love to see on GB's roster next season (Realistically).

I got:

Chase Claypool:  The size/speed ratio is ridiculous.  He can play wide, from the slot or at TE.  

Troy Dye: A little light and has some work to do, but I think he can develop into a big time LB.

Jalen Reagor: This dude is a TD waiting to happen every time he touches the ball. He immediately shores up the return game and give Arod a massive home run threat on offense. 

 

I don't know who to drop out of my list, but I have to add Logan Wilson out of Wyoming.  I think he's going to be a solid 3-down linebacker at the next level.