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Dream Mock 1.0: Pre Combine

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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (27th) SILB Reggie Ragland Alabama Sr 6'2 1/8" 252 lbs. 4.72
 

Analysis: Mike McCarthy declared that Clay Matthews would move back to outside linebacker full time next season forcing Ted Thompson to either draft or pick a linebacker up in free agency. Luckily Reggie Ragland falls all the way down to 27 for the Pack. He was Alabama's signal caller and led the Crimson Tide to a national championship and was the leader of one of the best defenses in the nation. He would be an immediate upgrade and would allow Jake Ryan to become a nickel linebacker which seems to be his strong suit.

Reggie Ragland Interview 8/25/2014
Reggie Ragland Interview 9/23/2014
Reggie Ragland Interview 10/6/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (26th) TE Hunter Henry Arkansas Jr 6'5 1/4" 250 lbs. 4.79
 

Analysis: More luck falls the Packers way as the #1 tight end prospect falls all the way to the bottom of the second round. The Packers offense struggled last season due to injuries at wide receiver, offensive line and at running back. Richard Rodgers was suppose to take the next step in his second year but he regressed, even with the hail mary catch in Detroit, as he played overweight and couldn't get any YAC. Enter Henry who would the down the middle threat the Packers have lacked since Jermichael Finley's career ending neck injury.


Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (25th) 34OLB Jordan Jenkins Georgia Sr 6'2 3/8" 253 lbs. 4.64
 

Analysis: Packers have a bunch of linebackers heading for free agency including former first round pick Nick Perry and 2nd rounder Mike Neal. Julius Peppers is also entering the final year of his contract so depth is needed. Jenkins is an excellent depth player who could groom into a starter if he can shake his injury prone status. He's not the best pass rusher but he makes up for it in his coverage skills which Dom Capers can use in his blitz packages.

Jordan Jenkins Interview 1/9/2012
Jordan Jenkins Interview 6/12/2011
Jordan Jenkins Interview 10/29/2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th WR Kenny Lawler California rJr 6'2 1/4" 195 lbs. 4.54
 

Analysis: Wide receivers struggled last year due to injury and Mike McCarthy's stubborn attitude to go to young receivers. Jordy Nelson will be back but it's not known if he'll ever be the same and Randall Cobb regressed without him. James Jones is a free agent and probably gone while young receivers like Ty Montgomery, Jeff Janis and Jared Abbrederis, while the last 2 providing a spark in the playoffs, didn't do much in the regular season. Drafting Lawler would be insurance in case anything happens to the receivers although either Abbrederis or Janis could be practice squad bound.


Show/Hide Player Comments 4th NT Nile Lawrence-Stample Florida St. rSr 6'1 1/8" 323 lbs. 5.24
 

Analysis: BJ Raji once again had another 1 year prove it contract and didn't prove anything but a shell of his former self who had a flash here and there. Packers move on and take Lawrence-Stample who ate up linemen at Florida State and would help an improving Packers defense.


Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (27th) HB Jonathan Williams Arkansas Sr 5'11 1/8" 224 lbs. 4.56
 

Analysis: Running back was a disappointment for the Packers. Eddie Lacy was overweight and injured for most of the year and James Starks, while providing some help, couldn't stop fumbling the ball. Starks is a free agent and Lacy was given the ultimatum of losing weight or his job. All that's left is John Crockett a 2nd year UDFA. Packers takes Williams here who excelled in Arkansas' committee backfield and could take Lacy's spot if he doesn't improve.


Show/Hide Player Comments 5th OT Willie Beavers Western Michigan rSr 6'5" 312 lbs. 5.17
 

Analysis: David Bahktiari and Bryan Bulaga both went down during parts of the season and Packers relied on old hand Don Barclay. The problem was Barclay was terrible after coming back from a torn ACL. The sign was clear when he nearly got Scott Tolzein and Brett Hundley killed in the preseason. By the end he got benched if favor of Josh Sitton and JC Tretter. Barclay is a free agent and likely gone so they go with Beavers who can be the swing tackle for 2016 and possibly the replacement for Bahktiari if he leaves in free agency at the end of the 2016 season.


Show/Hide Player Comments 6th OC Isaac Seumalo Oregon St. rJr 6'4 1/4" 310 lbs. 5.14
 

Analysis: Tackle wasn't the only spot on the line that was dealt with injuries. TJ Lang and Josh Sitton both have been plagued with injuries for the last 2 years and both are free agents at the end of next season. Packers would likely go with Sitton making Lang expendable so they draft Seumalo to be a swing guard and maybe a starter in the future.

Isaac Seumalo Interview 10/18/2012
Isaac Seumalo Interview 9/29/2011
Isaac Seumalo High School Junior Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th CB Kevon Seymour USC Sr 5'11 5/8" 187 lbs. 4.44
 

Analysis: Packers got two good corners in Randall and Rollins in the first two rounds of last years draft which could make letting go of Casey Hayward easier. But Ted Thompson always drafts a defensive back and Seymour could be valuable on special teams and could work his way into being a dime back


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