Demetri Goodson, DB, Baylor
Demetri Goodson has had a number of injury problems during his collegiate career, but he's a very good athlete with measurables that are nothing to sniff at for a late 6th rounder. He was a basketball player at Gonzaga, but realizing that he didn't have much of a shot at the NBA, Goodson decided to give football another shot late in his career. He was injured in 2012, but was granted a medical hardship waiver and put together a solid 2013 season.
There's no indication that Goodson is a safety prospect, for those hoping for the Packers to pick up more depth at that position, but the Packers' coaching and scouting staff could tell us otherwise.
Goodson is obviously a pro-quality athlete, but he's raw and riddled with injury concerns. His selection is a calculated risk, which is probably worthwhile at this stage of the draft.
40-yard dash: 4.52 seconds
Vertical jump: 37"
3-cone drill: 6.80 seconds
20-yard shuttle: 4.34 seconds
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|3||85||Khyri Thornton||DT||Southern Miss|
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|5||161||Corey Linsley||C||Ohio St.|