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April 21: According to Ty Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Packers met with Georgia defensive lineman Kwame Geathers at the NFL combine. A 6'6", 335-pound mountain of a man, Geathers is expected to be a Day 3 pick.
April 18: According to Jason La Canfora, the Packers have "done a lot of work" on Georgia Southern safety J.J. Wilcox. La Canfora predicts the fast-rising safety will be off the board by the third round.
April 14: In his mock draft at the Chicago Tribune, Dan Pompei calls SMU defensive end Margus Hunt a type of player Packers general manager Ted Thompson would like. He mocked Hunt to the Packers at No. 26 overall.
April 14: Gil Brandt of NFL.com believes Florida State's Menelik Watson, a popular mock-draft pick for the Packers, can play left tackle in the NFL. He ranks as Brandt's 23rd best player in the 2013 draft.
April 10: Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel opines that the Packers would be "smart to strike" on Alabama right tackle D.J. Fluker if he's available at No. 26 overall.
April 7: Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press Gazette opines that versatile San Jose State offensive tackle David Quessenberry "fits the profile" of a Packers draft pick.
The following players have visited or will visit the Packers: DL Byron Jerideau, South Carolina; OLB La'Gared Davis, SMU; OLB Andy Mulumba, Eastern Michigan; WR Eric Rogers, Cal Lutheran; FB Kyle Juszczyk, Harvard; CB Rashaan Melvin, Northern Illinois; WR Charles Johnson, Grand Valley State; S Don Jones, Arkansas State; FB Ina Liaina, San Jose State; WR Kevin Dorsey, Maryland; G Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State; OLB Nate Palmer, Illinois State; CB Jumal Rolle, Catawba; DE Mike Catapano, Princeton; RB Michael Hill, Missouri Western; C Patrick Lewis, Texas A&M; S Jakar Hamilton, South Carolina State.