Over the last 24 hours, each of the draft analysts at the two major TV Networks covering the 2015 NFL Draft have put out their final mock drafts for the 2015 first round. Surprise, surprise -- Mike Mayock, Mel Kiper, and Todd McShay don't agree on much in this year's mock, and each of the three of them have different players projected for the Green Bay Packers at the 30th selection.
In addition, two other media members released their mock drafts today - SB Nation's Dan Kadar, putting a final stamp on his weekly updates, and the Journal-Sentinel's Bob McGinn, who has a track record of great success in predicting the first 100 players drafted (although not in any particular order).
Check out the picks below from each analyst and the rationales, and give us your final predictions in the comments!
Mike Mayock (NFL.com): ILB Denzel Perryman, Miami
Ray Lewis. Jonathan Vilma. Jon Beason. Perryman is another one of those tough, hard-hosed linebackers from "The U". Perryman also allows the Packers to move Clay Matthews back outside.
Mel Kiper (ESPN): ILB Eric Kendricks, UCLA
Why they take him: Kendricks comes in ready to play, and also improves them in another area as he helps free up Clay Matthews to stay focused on rushing the passer.
Why they pass: If a cornerback like Peters or Johnson falls to this point, that's another need that could be addressed. They can add a linebacker later.
Todd McShay (ESPN): CB Byron Jones, Connecticut
The Packers lost a pair of cornerbacks in free agency -- Tramon Williams and Davon House -- and Jones is a solid value here given his athleticism and upside. Inside linebacker and defensive tackle are two other need positions Green Bay could look to address here.
Dan Kadar (SB Nation): Perryman
Perryman is a thumper of an inside linebacker and fills the biggest position of need on Green Bay's defense. He's an immediate starter with an NFL-ready frame. Another option could be going after LSU cornerback Jalen Collins.
Bob McGinn (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel): Trade down with Ravens
McGinn has the Ravens moving back up into round one and drafting wideout Breshad Perriman from Central Florida:
In a projected trade, Green Bay GM Ted Thompson answers the entreaties from teams looking to move up for Perriman and other players. If it's Baltimore, the Packers would move down to the Ravens' second-round pick (No. 58) and probably pick up their first-round pick choice in 2016.
If Ozzie Newsome offered me his second-round pick this year and his first-rounder next year for number 30, I'm not even thinking twice - I'm accepting that offer and laughing all the way to Super Bowl 51.