Joe's Lockerroom Blog

Just another WordPress.com weblog

Arrigo Packers Mock v.15.0

leave a comment »

Don’t forget that my new site is up and will be home to the O.T.S. the Packers mocks, sports forums and the future pod-cast. Go to Joe’s Locker Room.com

Arrigo’s Mock v.15.0

ROUND 1: Packers trade pick #23 to Dallas for the Cowboys 1st (#27) and 3rd round selection. The Packers then trade down with the Cleveland Browns. Packers sen pick #27 (round 1) for pick 38 (2nd round) and a pick in round 3 that the Browns own (pick 92 via the Jets).

ROUND 2 (PICK 38):Charles Brown-OT-USC: Brown is athletic and a perfect fit for a zone blocking scheme. He isn’t overly strong and will need to improve his run blocking, put he has a high ceiling. He would benefit from a year of being a back-up and learning the Packers offensive system. He could go late in round 1, but I hear he is more likely an early 2nd round guy.

ROUND 2 (PICK 56): Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss: I know McCluster wont slip to #56 right? But I think he does. He didn’t run the 40 time he expected to run at the combine. 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 3 (PICK 86): Morgan Burnett-SS/FS-Georgia Tech: A very solid football player who can play deep or play the strong side equally well. Very alert and instinctive. Great football IQ and his level of play goes up in big games. Good athleticism and agility with good hip rotation ability.

ROUND 3 (PICK 92): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah-CB/KR-IUP: The Packers seem to think Will Blackmon can be more than a dime back and still have high hopes for Pat Lee. With Owusu-Ansah he can be a special teams standout and contribute as a dime or 6th defensive back year 1. He has the skill set to be special, but some question his level of competition. He can also play a little safety as well.

ROUND 3 (PICK ???): Eric Norwood-OLB-South Carolina: With Aaron Kampman in Jacksonville and Brad Jones coming off a strong rookie year, Norwood would add depth to a position that could use some.

ROUND 4 (PICK 119) : Mike Johnson, G, Alabama: The Packers have Jason Spitz and Darryn Colledge at left guard, but neither set the world on fire (for a variety of reasons) in 2009. Johnson would be a very good fit for the Packers.

ROUND 5 (PICK ???) Jevan Snead-QB-Ole Miss: Snead was considered a lock for the first round going into his senior season, but he played poorly and his stock slipped. He surprised everyone by coming out early. He has a big time arm and ability but needs to be coached up.

ROUND 5 (comp pick): Zoltan Mesko-P-Michigan: The Packers have a need at Punter and Mesko will solve that. He can kick in the elements and has a very strong leg.


ROUND 6 (PICK ???) Walter Thurmond-CB-Oregon: A nasty knee injury ruined his 2009 season. Until then Thurmond was a high draft pick. I would select him and either PUP or IR him.

ROUND 7 (PICK ???) : Trindon Holliday-KR/WR-LSU: The 5’5 speed demon would be another return specialist. He is lightning in a  bottle and a player that could team with McCluster to form a lethal return duo.

Undrafted Rookie FA’s:

Joe Pawelek-ILB-Baylor
Mike Newton-FS-Buffalo
Eric Cook-C-New Mexico
Kelton Tindal-WR-Newberry
Stafon Johnson-RB-USC

Advertisements

Written by Joe Arrigo

March 11, 2010 at 12:29

Posted in 1

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: