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2021 Draft Prospect Profiles

Packers Prospect Primer: Northwestern CB Greg Newsome II

There may not be a better fit of projected draft spot, athletic profile, and scheme fit in this class than Northwestern’s feisty cornerback and a needy Packers secondary. Here’s our look at why.

Packers Prospect Primer: Florida State CB Asante Samuel Jr.

Ball-hawking, play-making Asante Samuel Jr. fancies himself the next Jaire Alexander. The Florida State tape shows a corner who plays faster than he times and bigger than he measures. Still, does he fit in Green Bay?

Packers Prospect Primer: Notre Dame OT Liam Eichenberg

He’s not getting the publicity of some of his offensive tackle class counterparts, but Notre Dame’s Liam Eichernberg is a name to watch as we head toward the draft. He’s a complete tackle who can play right now.

Packers Prospect Primer: Oklahoma State OT Teven Jenkins

Teven Jenkins stands tall, but relishes putting defenders down, playing with a physical, nasty style that would fit Matt LaFleur’s eye if the Packers are looking for a long-term solution at right tackle.

Packers Prospect Primer: Virginia Tech OT Christian Darrisaw

If the Packers want an offensive tackle who could help them right away, but also offers the upside to be an even better player down the road, then look no further than the mountainous Christian Darrisaw.

Packers Prospect Primer: Michigan OT Jalen Mayfield

Brian Gutekunst hasn’t used his high picks on the trenches as often as Ted Thompson. Could that change this year with a former teammate of multiple current Packers? We break down tackle prospect Jalen Mayfield.