We are officially under 12 hours to go before the start of the 2015 NFL Draft. Over the past day, draftniks all over are releasing their final mock drafts, and NFL Network's Mike Mayock is one of them. There seems to have been a sudden shift in those projections over the past few days, as one player in particular has popped up for the Packers in almost every mock that has been published this week.
Of course, with such a sudden rush to one player, the average fan might think that it's all misinformation and that the Packers are ultimately targeting someone else.
I would agree with that average fan on this one.
Go click, read, and absorb what we have for you in today's curds, and join us tonight for the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, starting at 7 PM Central.
NFL mock draft: 1st-round run on WR | Packersnews.com
The Press-Gazette's Ryan Wood gives us his one and only mock draft, and has Miami's Denzel Perryman ending up in Green and Gold.
Mayock Mock draft 1.0: Titans don't trade No. 2 pick | NFL.com
We can add Mayock to the train carrying Perryman to Green Bay.
2015 NFL mock draft: Jameis Winston leads final draft day edition - SBNation.com
Oh, let's just make it 3 for 3, why don't we?
Cornerback position thinned quickly for Packers | Packers.com
And I think that's the direction they go with the pick if they do end up staying at 30.
2015 NFL Draft: 5 Bold Predictions - Dante Fowler follows QBs off board - CBSSports.com
One of the predictions here is that somebody takes Baylor QB Bryce Petty before the first round is finished on Thursday.
Trading down from No. 30 could be on Ted Thompson's mind | JSOnline
Well, it's always on Ted's mind. But the Packers could be an ideal move spot if a team looks to sneak into the back of round one to draft Bryce Petty.
Brandon Boykin, Mychal Kendricks on trading block - NFL.com
This jives with our discussion of the elder Kendricks from last week. Boykin being available is more of a surprise, as he is one of the best slot corners in the NFL.
Where Ted Thompson's Pro Bowlers were picked | ESPN.com
Ted actually has picked more Pro Bowlers in round two than round one (though he has made more second-round picks than firsts).
Generate your own NFL Draft scouting report - SBNation.com
Just like the real thing — only way, way more dumb (if that's even possible).
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The Washington Groots is simply magnificent.