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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for May 6, 2015

The college coaches of a few new Packers weigh in on their former pupils' new team.

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After a few days of learning more and more about the Green Bay Packers' 2015 draft picks, one thing is becoming very clear - this is a group of players who will represent the Packers well off the field. That covers both the film room as well as in the community.

Two players in particular come with glowing recommendations from college coaches, and they appear to be "Packer people" despite not necessarily being in line to start immediately in Green Bay. For one of them, the goal is for him to never have to start a game for the Packers, but he's still taking that in stride.

Check out those stories and much more in today's Curds.

Packers player to be revealed in first installment of Top 100 |
Apparently it's someone on offense who has not appered in the Top 100 before. Josh Sitton, perhaps? Maybe Randall Cobb?

Mora: Packers a 'perfect situation' for Hundley |
According to his college coach, Brett Hundley is a leader and a hard worker. According to Packers exec Eliot Wolf, Hundley is a "football nerd."

Jake Ryan's coach: 'Smart' move by Packers to draft Michigan LB | ESPN
Sure, it's another college coach talking up one of his former players, but Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison has connections inside the Packers coach staff and praised Ryan's work ethic and professionalism.

Inside the NFL draft war room of a small sports agency |
APC's Jason B. Hirschhorn spent Saturday in the office of an NFL agent, and gives his impressions of the craziness that surrounds Day 3 of the Draft and the undrafted free agent signing period.

Green Bay Packers depth chart | JSOnline
This comes courtesy of Bob McGinn. A few surprises include Micah Hyde being behind both Damarious Randall and Quinten Rollins as well as John Crockett coming in ahead of Rajion Neal.

Who will be the NFL's best rookies in 2015? -
None of the Packers' draft picks are mentioned here, but Danny picks Marcus Mariota and Vic Beasley as his choices for the rookies of the year.