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Arrigo's Packers Mock v13.0

Discussion in '2010 Draft Archive' started by Arrigo, Feb 24, 2010.

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    Hello Packers fans. It's time my Packers mock draft v13.0 and the final one pre-combine. You can review the 12 other mocks I have done below this version.

    As I have stated in the past, I try not to speculate on who the Packers keep, trade, sign or cut/release. But this time I will. I am writing this with no "inside knowledge" or based off anything that I have heard through any of my sources. This is a mock based off my opinion and the current CBA situation (which looks as if there will not be a new deal by the March 5th deadline) . I also feel that the Packers will receive a 6th round comp pick for Colin Cole.

    I think the Packers resign/tender: Nick Collins, Ryan Pickett, Tramon Williams, Aaron Kampman, Jason Spitz, Chad Clifton, Mark Tausher, Desmond Bishop, Derrick Martin, Will Blackmon, Anthony Toribio, Daryn Colledge and Johnny Jolly.

    I don’t think the Packers resign and/or release: Donald Lee, Jeremy Kapinos, Patrick Williams, Jarrett Bush, Josh Bell, Trevor Ford, Matt Giordano, Brady Poppinga, Atari Bigby, Deshawn Wynn, Devin Frischknecht and Mike Montgomery.

    Free Agent Signings:

    Dunta Robinson-CB: Word is that Robinson doesn't like the cold, but he knows Capers and his system (since Capers was his 1st head coach in Houston). Robinson is a player that would start opposite of Charles Woodson and allow Tramon Williams back into his nickle role, in which he thrives.

    Antrel Rolle-SS: The Packers have a huge need at safety because Atari Bigby is often injured and a liability in coverage. Rolle is a safety with decent coverage skills and a playmaker to team with Nick Collins. He is a perfect fit for the Packers defense.



    Mock Draft v13.0

    Round 1: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland: Campbell has the skill set to be the best offensive tackle in this draft, but many think he came out a year to early. He would be a perfect player to replace Chad Clifton after he retires or gets injured. Campbell fills a huge "need" for the Packers.


    Round 2: Perrish Cox- CB/KR- Oklahoma St.: Cox is one of the best, if not the best playmaker at the cornerback position in this draft. He plays with flair and confidence. There are whispers that he is cocky, but he would be the dime back (until Al Harris is ready) and main return specialist for the Packers. He has star potential.


    Round 3: Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss: McCluster is a doing every thing football player that is tough, smart and instinctive. He fills multiple “needs” for the Packers including a 3rd running back, a 5th wide receiver and a kick returner. He can also line up as a QB in a “Wild Pack” formation. I have heard the Packers have met with him a few times in Mobile and have a big time interest in him. This kids' personality is out of this world.


    Round 4: Morgan Burnett- S- Georgia Tech: I know, still no linebacker, but Burnett is a player that I feel could be a starter down the road and to good to pass up. He has nice tools and could start down the road but for the time being, he would be an excellent special teams player.


    Round 5: Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy: Sheffield projects as a perfect 3-4 rush linebacker. He still needs to work on some things, but he has a great first step and just makes plays. He could be another starter in a couple years.


    Round 6 ( A ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA): A playmaker that has it all and is an outstanding return man. He is a ball hawk that may rise up draft boards after the combine but is coming off an injury. He has great size and speed and would be a welcome addition the Packers secondary. I see him as a 5th CB, back up free safety and a returnman.


    Round 6 ( B ): Nathan Overbay- TE- Eastern Washington: A kid who's game is well-rounded and could be a find late in the draft. He would be the 3rd tight end on the Packers, but a player that could develop into a decent number 2 down the road.


    Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St.: Robinson is a raw prospects with some nice tools. He ran a "spread offense" at OSU but flashed enough to have the Packers liking him a lot. He would benefit by learning under Mike McCarthy and Tom Clements.



    Mock Draft 12.0

    Round 1: Kyle Wilson- CB- Bosie St.
    Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU
    Round 3: Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss
    Round 4: Rodger Saffold- OT- Indiana
    Round 5 ( a ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA)
    Round 5 ( b ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy
    Round 6: Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green
    Round 7: Michael Hoomanawanui- TE- Illinois

    Mock Draft 11.0

    Round 1: Mike Iupati- OL- Idaho
    Round 2: Perrish Cox- CB/KR- Oklahoma St.
    Round 3: Dexter McCluster- RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss
    Round 4: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA)
    Round 5 ( a ): Myron Rolle- SS- Florida St.
    Round 5 ( b ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy
    Round 6: Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green
    Round 7: Jimmy Graham- TE- Miami

    Mock Draft 10.0

    Round 1: Jahvid Best- RB- Cal
    Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU
    Round 3: Rodger Saffold- LT- Indiana
    Round 4: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 5 ( a ): O”Brien Schofield- OLB- Wisconsin
    Round 5 ( b ): Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green
    Round 6: Joique Bell- RB- Wayne State (MI)
    Round 7: John Skelton- QB- Fordham

    Recap of Mock 9.0

    Round 1: Taylor Mays- S- USC
    Round 2: Donovan Warren- DB- Michigan
    Round 3: Rodger Saffold- OT- Indiana
    Round 4: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 5 ( a ): Joique Bell- RB- Wayne State (MI)
    Round 5 ( b ): Trindon Holliday- WR/KR- LSU
    Round 6: Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison
    Round 7: Stafon Johnson- RB- USC

    Recap of Mock 8.0

    Round 1: Jahvid Best- RB- Cal
    Round 2: Selvish Capers- RT- W. Virginia
    Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 4: Barry Church- SS- Toledo
    Round 5 ( A ): Vince Oghobaase- DE/DT- Duke
    Round 5 ( B ): Zoltan Mesko- P- Michigan
    Round 6: Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison
    Round 7: Trindon Holliday- WR/KR- LSU

    Recap of Mock 7.0

    Round 1: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland
    Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU
    Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 4: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon
    Round 5 ( A ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina
    Round 5 ( B ): Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison
    Round 6: Kelton Tindal- WR- Newberry
    Round 7: Greg Middleton- DE- Indiana

    Recap of Mock 6.0

    Round 1: CJ Spiller- RB- Clemson
    Round 2: Charles Brown- OT- USC
    Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 4: Barry Church- SS- Toledo
    Round 5 ( A ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina
    Round 5 ( B ): Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison
    Round 6: Kelton Tindal- WR- Newberry
    Round 7: Greg Middleton- DE- Indiana

    Recap of Mock 5.0

    Round 1: C.J. Spiller- RB- Clemson
    Round 2 ( A ): Jerry Hughes- OLB- TCU
    Round 2 ( B ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 3: Kurt Coleman- SS- Ohio St.
    Round 4: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon
    Round 5 ( A ): Rodger Safford- OT- Indiana
    Round 5 ( B ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina
    Round 6: Brandon Deaderick- DE- Alabama
    Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St

    Recap of my Mock 4.0:

    Round 1: Taylor Mays- SS- USC
    Round 2 ( A ): Jonathan Dwyer- RB- Georgia Tech
    Round 2 ( B ) : Mike Johnson- OL- Alabama
    Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 4 ( A ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy
    Round 4 ( B ): Alex Carrington- DE- Arkansas St.
    Round 5: Taylor Price- WR- Ohio
    Round 6: Michael Smith- RB- Arkansas
    Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St

    Recap of my Mock 3.0:

    Round 1: Taylor Mays- S- USC
    Round 2: Jonathan Dwyer- RB- Georgia Tech
    Round 3: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland
    Round 4: Chris Scott- OT- Tennessee
    Round 5: Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy
    Round 6: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon
    Round 7: Brandon Banks- WR/KR/PR- Kansas St

    Recap of my Mock 2.0:

    Round 1 (mid/late): Chad Jones- S- LSU
    Round 2: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA):
    Round 3: Joe McKnight- RB- USC
    Round 4: Kyle Calloway- OT- Iowa
    Round 5: Eric Decker- WR- Minnesota
    Round 6: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon:
    Round 7: Isiah “Juice” Williams- QB- Illinois

    Recap of my Mock 1.0:

    Round 1: (mid/late round ): Joe McKnight- RB- USC
    Round 2: Ciron Black- OT- LSU
    Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)
    Round 4: Myron Rolle- S- FSU
    Round 5: Davis Gettis- WR- Baylor:
    Round 6: Ryan Perrilloux- QB- Jacksonville St.
    Round 7: Allen Bradford- RB- USC
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    Cox and McCluster in the same draft would be pretty awesome.

    More awesome, though, would be if Ted actually spends money like you predict and signs both Rolle and Dunta.
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    I Agree!
    That would be an awesome draft!!!!
    and IF we could sign those to TOP FA's to our Defense you would have to figure our D. would be top 5 in the league if not higher..... I hope Capers can pull a few strings and help land Robinson, but I also hope the Guard M. Iupati is available in rnd 1. that guy could really help the Oline!
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    I really doubt that happens, but it'd pretty much fix our team for the foreseeable future, with the exception of DL...
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    You really think Kampman will sign a contract with Green Bay for less than he can get to play DE somewhere else or are you assuming that the Packers force him by tagging him?

    I just don't see TT giving up that kind of money taking into effect the free agent you mentioned who will cost a pretty penny.

    Kampman stays in Green Bay if he choses too, but Kampman wants his had on the ground.
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    But Dilligaff, he'll get his hands on the ground.

    Not the majority of the time.

    And there's another KEY component. His whole life is in the midwest. He has some charity programs in WI, and I believe his church is in GB also.

    While it usually is a secondary issue, not for a religious man like Kampman, who's gone to Congo and such to help the poor thanks to his religion.

    To make things clear, I DO NOT think Kampman will stay in GB, but I don't think it's such a done deal...
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    He'll be back
    No one else wants to pay big bucks for an injured vet.
    GB will bring him back.... this is the same scenario as Mark T. last year....
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    Can't beleive you didn't pick a punter in the 6th or 7th
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    I love this draft, especially because of the FA signings, but I do agree with most of the picks. Would fix almost every need, except DL, but with kampman, jolly, and pickett coming back we will be fine.
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    The FA signings would be great. Us getting Rolle from AZ would help alot. Why not get Sharper........for a 1 year contract? I would rather have Rolle because of age........but Sharper is still a good football player for sure.
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    Didn't the Saints put the Tag on Sharper?
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    Not unless they did it today. 2 days ago the Saints said they would not. I think he can still play pretty good football. 2 year contract would be good.
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    Sharper is fantastic at finding his way to the endzone... and he gets lots and lots of props for that. I'd like to discuss the fact that he can be beat like a drum the other half of the game. I love watching him ball hawk like it is his job, but he can get beat and did regularly at the end of his time with the Packers. His old age is not that intriguing to me. I'd rather have Rolle from AZ.
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    Yes but I doubt Sharper is even an option for the Packers anymore. He hates this organization. TT pulled a Brett Favre on him by shunning him out with no repercussions.
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    I was wondering why we let him go in the 1st place??? Probably $$$$$$
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    We let sharper go because as much as he made plays, he allowed big ones.

    But yeah, it was mainly about the $$$
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    Rolle is a younger better version of sharper at this point in coverage, he probably tackles better too.
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    I wouldn't mind having 2 FS out there, not with those guys that can tackle hard like Rolle and Collins.

    Plus, with our front 7 stoutness against the run, but lack agains the pass, it would be the perfect fit for our team, to have safeties that cover better than they play the run.
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    Having Rolle and Collins........plus Woodson and maybe a second round pick out there would be great.
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    Does anyone here object to the idea of carrying 3 strong safeties on the roster? I personally wouldn't mind that idea. For instance we can draft both Reshad Jones and Myron Rolle while keeping Bigby on the roster. I doubt Bigby can sustain another full season so we keep him for next season for rotational purposes only. He finally gets cut in 2011 with Jones and Rolle competing for the starting spot based on this season's performance.
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    With Bigby on the team, I woudn't mind keeping 3 SS.

    Bigby probably will miss games, so the other 2 will rotate.

    Plus, we don't have nothing at S backup, so the other guy could play some FS...

    But as I've said before, I don't believe Capers uses FS and SS very delimited. I think it's more about right S and left S, and they may have different functions, but are frequently asked to interchange...
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    I actually think it would be a great idea. Bigby isn't all that bad........but if he is on the sidelines becasue of an injury.........whats the point of even having him???

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