NFL Draft 2022
The former Yellow Jacket is very explosive and large for a safety prospect.
The Packers need receivers, but there are a few prospects they need to be wary of.
The Packers are bringing in a pair of guys with RAS values above 9 for evaluation before the 2022 draft.
George Pickens and Velus Jones are new names on the list of confirmed visitors to Green Bay as part of the 2022 Draft class.
Green Bay has four selections in the first two rounds for just the second time in team history.
Gambles on wide receivers in round one didn’t pay off, but there’s enough depth in this mock draft’s group to give Green Bay potential in multiple receiver roles.
The draft prospect has elite athleticism and production, but the Packers likely want to chat with him about off-the-field allegations.
Adding athletes with upside late in the draft is a must for Green Bay
With so much draft capital, the Packers can add a ton of promising young players this offseason.
Outside of their preferred starters, the Packers are thin on the offensive line
Only the Jacksonville Jaguars have more draft selections in April’s draft.
The Packers added a pair of day-three draft picks as a result of movement in the 2021 free agent class.
Where does the value lie for one of the NFL Combine’s standout performers along the defensive line?
Packers get not one, not two, but three receivers in this one
If the Packers don’t retain Za’Darius Smith, they’ll need another pass rusher to add to the rotation
Travon Walker has ran himself out of contention for pick #28
No one is running agility drills anymore!
Here’s your Packers OL watch list
With only Tyler Davis and Josiah Deguara under contract, Green Bay could bolster their TE room through the draft
An unusual hobby has helped the versatile Arkansas wideout to hone his athletic abilities.
With so many pending free agents, Green Bay is bound to take a receiver in the draft
The Packers’ GM has frequently targeted Power Five athletes, including many from the Southeast.
One particular secondary player from the Big 10 has caught the eye of an anonymous evaluator.
The list includes four former Wisconsin Badgers and nine specialists, and 106 college football programs are represented.
Draft season is upon us and all eyes are shifting towards the Shrine game and Senior Bowl.