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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (30th) CB Byron Jones Connecticut rSr 6'0 1/2" 191 lbs. 4.52
 

Analysis: Packers lost Tramon Williams and Devon House and need to restock the corner position. Jones blew up the combine sending scouts and GMs to take a look at his film again. There's not much and what there is is him picking the ball, ripping the ball from receivers and showing the agressiveness that warrants a look. Other than that nobody threw towards Jones. This sounds and looks like a shutdown corner and getting one at 30 would be a steal for Green Bay.

Byron Jones Game Highlights vs Syracuse 2012
Coach talks Byron Jones
Byron Jones Interview 10/1/2011

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (30th) MLB Stephone Anthony Clemson Sr 6'1 5/8" 245 lbs. 4.78
 

Analysis: Mike McCarthy made it clear that inside linebacker was a position that was going to see change in 2015. They released AJ Hawk and Brade Jones who Sucks at Football and let Jamari Lattimore walk in free agency. The original pick was Denzel Perryman who Packers executive Alonzo Highsmith loves but got picked earlier in the 2nd round by Houston so they go with their 2nd choice in Anthony who stood out on tape and is a nasty run defender and is continuing to develop as a good coverage linebacker. He's much faster than many thought and in a conference with hard nosed running backs the Packers need a speedy hard hitting middle linebacker next to Sam Barrington. Anthony could be that guy.

Stephone Anthony vs North Carolina 2014
Stephone Anthony vs Florida St. 2014
Stephone Anthony Interview 2/2/2011

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (30th) HB Jay Ajayi Boise St. rJr 5'11 1/8" 220 lbs. 4.54
 

Analysis: With corner and ILB taken care of and NT not being such a desperate need the Packers could go best player available and the best available was Ajayi. This is a luxury pick for the Packers that would give the offense another weapon in their arsenal. James Starks is also in a contract year and will probably get a big deal somewhere else so getting that backup for Eddie Lacy is vital. Imagine defenses getting worn down by Lacy and when he needs a rest here comes Ajayi who was a one man wrecking crew at Boise State.

Jay Ajayi vs Air Force 2013
Jay Ajayi vs Boise St.
Jay Ajayi vs Fresno State 2012

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (30th) WR Tre McBride William & Mary Sr 6'1 1/8" 205 lbs. 4.44
 

Analysis: Packers are in desperate need of a kick returner. Too often the offense was backed up behind their own 20 yard line and there was a rotation of players to try to get something going. They found their punt returner in Micah Hyde but they may want him more as a defensive player and not risk injury returning kicks. They draft McBride who has blazing speed (4.39 40 at his pro day)and has kick returner experience. He could also develop as a slot receiver. It is possible the Packers take 6 receivers on the 53 man roster.

Tre McBride Interview 8/22/2014
Tre McBride Interview 11/12/2014
Tre McBride Interview 8/4/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (30th) 43DE Tony Washington Oregon rSr 6'2 3/4" 243 lbs. 4.74
 

Analysis: Packers need to look to the future at the outside linebacker position with Julius Peppers probably playing his final year (he could retire or be released next year), Nick Perry not getting his 5th year option picked up and Mike Neal being a free agent next year. They go and draft Washington who they can develop and get much stronger. He has the flexablity and good feet and has good coverage skills so he would be a good player to sit on the bench and learn and hope he or Jayrod Elliot can work next to Clay Matthews in 2016

Tony Washington Interview 10/6/2014
Tony Washington Interview 4/23/2012
Tony Washington Interview 9/6/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th TE Blake Bell Oklahoma rSr 6'5 1/8" 254 lbs. 4.80
 

Analysis: Packers need to get some depth at tight end behind Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers but perhaps find a big playmaking tight end. Bell dropping to the 6th round may be a steal as he's a 6'6 former QB (like Randall Cobb) who can leap higher than most linebackers so his forte will be that of a receiver. His blocking will be some work but chances are he won't be asked to block much. A great late round pick by the Packers.

Blake Bell Interview 9/17/2013
Blake Bell Interview 8/3/2013
Blake Bell High School Senior Highlights 2009

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th QB Shane Carden East Carolina Sr 6'1 5/8" 218 lbs. 4.98
 

Analysis: Mike McCarthy has made it clear that he wants another QB to develop alongside Scott Tolzein so they take Carden who was inspired by Brett Favre and he shows flashes of Favre's arm. He would compete for the backup spot and develop behind Aaron Rodgers.

Shane Carden Interview 7/24/2013
Shane Carden Tribute 8/28/2014
Best of Shane Carden Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (30th) OG Adam Shead Oklahoma rSr 6'3 1/8" 316 lbs. 5.34
 

Analysis: Packers could use some depth on the offensive line mostly at the guard spot. Shead is a large man who's a beast in run support but could use more time developing into a pass blocker. He's also likley to replace TJ Lang when his contract comes up in 2016 as the Packers would likely go with All Pro Josh Sitton as the one they resign.

Adam Shead vs West Virginia 2014
Adam Shead vs Alabama 2014 (Sugar Bowl)
Adam Shead vs West Virginia 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (30th) UT David Parry Stanford rSr 6'1 5/8" 303 lbs. 5.16
 

Analysis: Packers resigned BJ Raji and Letroy Guion to one year prove it contracts so nose tackle became a secondary need behind corner and ILB but the position must be addressed and they do by thaking Parry who after serving as a backup for years finally started his senior year. He was impressive and at the East/West Shrine game stood out as one of the best defensive lineman there. There's not much buzz on Parry but he could be a late round steal and at round 7 would be an excellent pick for Green Bay as he could sit on the bench and learn and eventually start.

Skills with David Parry
David Parry Interview 10/23/2013
David Parry Interview 11/23/2014

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