It’s draft week! That means there is time for another mock before the NFL draft starts this Thursday. T mock draft was conducted using the Mock Draft Machine from Thedraftnetwork.com. Here is a 7 round mock Packers Mock Draft with Trades.
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In fact, trade is how this mock began for Green Bay. At the end of the first round, the drop off in talent from the best available player isn’t much when compared to the next dozen or so players. Therefore the Packers trade the 30th, 62nd and 136th overall picks to the Colts for picks 34th and 44th overall selections. This gives Green Bay two picks in the top 50 and a chance to add talented players who can contribute immediately. Indianapolis would be interested in this trade because a potential quarterback of the future could be available at the end of the first round. Getting the 5th year option on their guy in is all the motivation needed to trade up.
Round 2 Pick 34: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
Jalen Reagor is a big play, weapon who is a threat to take it to the house on any play. The Packers wide receiver group is lacking that type of consistent threat outside of Davante Adams. Reagor presents a different skill set and body type then what is present in the rest of the receiver crops. He came into the combine heavier than his play weight and didn’t run as well as expected. Reagor is reportedly back down to his normal weight and his virtual pro day and game tape show a lightning-fast player.
Round 2 Pick 44: Jeremy Chinn, Safety, Southern Illinois
Jeremy Chinn is a chess piece player that Mike Pettine wants to add to his defense. He can play in the box and spread out to cover wide receivers. He can move sideline-to-sideline and is a sure tackler. From safety to inside backer, Chinn can stay on the field in any situation and negate and potential mismatches.
Round 3 Pick 94: Logan Wilson, ILB, Wyoming
Logan Wilson is a rare 3-time team captain that is a leader both on and off the field. His football IQ is off the charts and his processing makes up for some athletic limitations. Wilson is a tackling machine that brings the lumber on contact and good at shedding blocks. While he isn’t the best in pass coverage, he and Christian Kirksey pair extremely well on early downs.
Round 5 Pick 175: Lamar Jackson, CB, Nebraska
Lamar Jackson has the ideal size and length for a boundary corner. His size allows him to swallow up smaller receivers and contest catches with taller targets. Jackson is a willing tacker who likes to come downhill and stick his nose in contact. While his size limits him to the boundary only, he is a nice prospect to groom for the future.
Round 6 Pick 192: Raequan Williams, DL, Michigan State
Raequan Williams is a scheme versed guy that can move all over the defensive line. His motor runs hot and cold but when it’s on, he is a force. Using Williams on a snap count would add depth while sustaining little drop-off in quality of play.
Round 6 Pick 208: Trey Adams, OT, Washington
Trey Adams is a huge man that brings grit and nastiness to the tackle position. A true grinder with road grading qualities, Adams was a top 50 talent before major injuries took a toll on him. While injury history is a concern, the value in the sixth round is too good to pass up.
Round 6 Pick 209: DeeJay Dallas, RB, Miami
DeeJay Dallas is a back that runs behind his pads with an angry demeanor. He punishes would-be tacklers and is a nice change of pace guy that can loosen up a defense. His strong lower body is good for short-yardage situations and his pass-catching abilities draw from his time as a wide receiver. Dallas is also solid in pass protection, so he has a chance to stay on the field on all downs.
Round 7 Pick 236: Calvin Throckmorton, OL, Oregon
Calvin Throckmorton is the type of offensive line prospect that the Packers tend to look for. He lined up at center, guard and tackle in college. With 52 starts under his belt, Throckmorton is an experienced technician that can back up any position. While he is a limited athlete with shorter arms, Throckmorton makes up for that with football IQ, grit and heart.
Round 7 Pick 242: Austin Mack, WR, Ohio State
Austin Mack‘s lack of production in college does not do him justice. While he was never featured or the center for his college offense, he did come up with plays when needed. Mack has a nice build for a possession receiver in the NFL.
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