Arrigo's Packers Mock V.14.0

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Arrigo's Packers Mock V.14.0
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Hello Packers fans. It’s time my Packers mock draft v14.0. You can review the 13 other mocks I have done below this version.

As I have stated in the past, I try not to speculate on who the Packers keep, trade, sign or cut/release. But this time I will. I am writing this with no “inside knowledge” or based off anything that I have heard through any of my sources. This is a mock based off my opinion and the current CBA situation (which looks as if there will not be a new deal by the March 5th deadline) . I also feel that the Packers will receive a 5th round comp pick for Colin Cole.

This mock I will not add any free agents. It’s a straight mock with draft day trades.

I think the Packers resign/tender: Nick Collins, Ryan Pickett, Tramon Williams,  Jason Spitz, Chad Clifton, Mark Tausher, Desmond Bishop, Derrick Martin, Will Blackmon, Anthony Toribio, Daryn Colledge, Donald Lee, Atari Bigby, Jeremy Kapinos and Johnny Jolly.

I don’t think the Packers resign and/or release: Aaron Kampman,  Patrick Williams, Jarrett Bush, Josh Bell, Trevor Ford, Matt Giordano,  Brady Poppinga, Deshawn Wynn, Devin Frischknecht and Mike Montgomery.

Round 1 (#23)- Pick traded to Dallas for their 2010 1st (#27 overall), 2nd and 3rd round picks. (Dallas selects Mike Iupati)

Round 1 (#27)- Pick traded to Seattle for their 2010 2nd and 2011 first round pick. (Seattle selects Taylor Mays)

Round 3- Packers deal 2011 2nd round pick to Buffalo for 2010 3rd round pick.

Round 2 ( A )- Jerry Hughes- OLB- TCU: Hughes is the pass rush specialist that would be the perfect complement to Clay Matthews III. The former running back has the size, speed and quickness to be a force in the Packers 3-4 defense. The pass rush should not be a problem for the Packers in 2010 and beyond.

 

Round 2 ( B )- Dexter McCluster- RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss: McCluster is a doing every thing football player that is tough, smart and instinctive. He fills multiple “needs” for the Packers including a 3rd running back, a 5th wide receiver and a kick returner. He can also line up as a QB in a “Wild Pack” formation. I have heard the Packers have met with him a few times in Mobile and have a big time interest in him. This kids’ personality is out of this world.

Round 2 ( C )- Perrish Cox- CB/KR/ Oklahoma St.:  Cox is one of the best, if not the best  playmaker at the cornerback position in this draft. He plays with flair and confidence. There are whispers that he is cocky, but he would be the dime back (until Al Harris is ready) and main return specialist for the Packers. He has star potential.  

Round 3 ( A )-Vladimir Dycasse- OT- Massachusetts: Ducasse is a big, strong, raw player that some scouts feel has first or second round ability, but doesn’t always show it. The Packers land him in hope that he protects Aaron Rodgers blind-side for many years to come.

Round 3 ( B )- Morgan Burrnett- SS- Georgia Tech:  Burnett is a player that I feel could be a starter down the road, if not year 1. He has nice tools and fits the mold of what Capers look for in his strong safety. Good size & speed and makes plays. Not afraid to stick his nose in and hit someone either. 

Round 3 ( C )- Jared Veldheer- OT- Hillsdale: Mike McCarthy announced that T.J. Lang will move to right tackel, but some feel  he is better suited for left gaurd, so Veldheer has the chance to be the Packers right tackle of the future.


Round 4- Andrew Quarless- TE- Penn St.:  The Packers have a need for a very good blocking tight end, and Quarless is that with decent hands. He will push Donald Lee for playing time and could develop into a very good number two behind Jermichael Finley.

 

Round 5 ( A )- O’Brien Schofiled- OLB- Wisconsin: Tore his ACL at the Senior Bowl after a steller Shrine week. He is a really good pass rusher and could get better dropping into pass coverage. Great motor and a great kid overall. Met with Winston Moss at the combine and the two seemed to hit it off.

Round 5 ( B )- Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA): A playmaker that has it all and is an outstanding return man. He is a ball hawk that may rise up draft boards after the combine but is coming off an injury. He has great size and speed and would be a welcome addition the Packers secondary. I see him as a 5th CB, back up free safety and a returnman.

Round 6- Zoltan Mesko- P- Michigan: The Packers have a “need” for a punter and even though Kapinos has been tendered, they will upgrade the punting position. Mesko knows how to kick in the elements and that is something the Packers like. He would be a major upgrade over Kapinos.

Round 7- Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St.: Robinson is a raw prospects with some nice tools. He ran a “spread offense” at OSU but flashed enough to have the Packers liking him a lot. He would benefit by learning under Mike McCarthy and Tom Clements.

Mock Draft v13.0

Round 1: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland

Round 2: Perrish Cox- CB/KR- Oklahoma St

Round 3: Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss

Round 4: Morgan Burnett- S- Georgia Tech

Round 5 : Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 6 ( A ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA)

Round 6 ( B ): Nathan Overbay- TE- Eastern Washington

Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St

 

Mock Draft 12.0

Round 1: Kyle Wilson- CB- Bosie St.

Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 3: Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss

Round 4: Rodger Saffold- OT- Indiana

Round 5 ( a ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 (  b ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 6: Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green

Round 7: Michael Hoomanawanui- TE- Illinois

 

Mock Draft 11.0

Round 1: Mike Iupati- OL- Idaho

Round 2: Perrish Cox- CB/KR- Oklahoma St.

Round 3: Dexter McCluster- RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss

Round 4:  Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 ( a ): Myron Rolle- SS- Florida St.

Round 5 ( b ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 6: Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green

Round 7: Jimmy Graham- TE- Miami

 

Mock Draft 10.0

Round 1: Jahvid Best- RB- Cal

Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 3: Rodger Saffold- LT- Indiana

Round 4: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 ( a ): O”Brien Schofield- OLB- Wisconsin

Round 5 ( b ): Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green

Round 6: Joique Bell- RB- Wayne State (MI)

Round 7: John Skelton- QB- Fordham

 

Recap of Mock  9.0

Round 1: Taylor Mays- S- USC

Round 2: Donovan Warren- DB- Michigan

Round 3: Rodger Saffold- OT- Indiana

Round 4: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 ( a ): Joique Bell- RB- Wayne State (MI)

Round 5 ( b ): Trindon Holliday- WR/KR- LSU

Round 6: Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 7: Stafon Johnson- RB- USC

 

Recap of Mock 8.0

Round 1: Jahvid Best- RB- Cal

Round 2: Selvish Capers- RT- W. Virginia

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: Barry Church- SS- Toledo

Round 5 ( A ): Vince Oghobaase- DE/DT- Duke

Round 5 ( B ): Zoltan Mesko- P- Michigan

Round 6: Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 7: Trindon Holliday- WR/KR- LSU

 

Recap of Mock 7.0

Round 1: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland

Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon

Round 5 ( A ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina

Round 5 ( B ): Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 6: Kelton Tindal- WR- Newberry

Round 7: Greg Middleton- DE- Indiana

 

Recap of Mock 6.0

Round 1: CJ Spiller- RB- Clemson

Round 2: Charles Brown- OT- USC

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: Barry Church- SS- Toledo

Round 5 ( A ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina

Round 5 ( B ): Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 6: Kelton Tindal- WR- Newberry

Round 7: Greg Middleton- DE- Indiana

 

Recap of Mock 5.0

Round 1: C.J. Spiller- RB- Clemson

Round 2 ( A ): Jerry Hughes- OLB- TCU

Round 2 ( B ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 3: Kurt Coleman- SS- Ohio St.

Round 4: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon

Round 5 ( A ): Rodger Safford- OT- Indiana

Round 5 ( B ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina

Round 6: Brandon Deaderick- DE- Alabama

Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St

 

Recap of my Mock 4.0:

Round 1: Taylor Mays- SS- USC

Round 2 ( A ): Jonathan Dwyer- RB- Georgia Tech

Round 2 ( B ) : Mike Johnson- OL- Alabama

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4 ( A ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 4 ( B ): Alex Carrington- DE- Arkansas St.

Round 5: Taylor Price- WR- Ohio

Round 6: Michael Smith- RB- Arkansas

Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St

 

Recap of my Mock 3.0:

Round 1: Taylor Mays- S- USC

Round 2: Jonathan Dwyer- RB- Georgia Tech

Round 3: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland

Round 4: Chris Scott- OT- Tennessee

Round 5: Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 6: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon

Round 7: Brandon Banks- WR/KR/PR- Kansas St

 

Recap of my Mock 2.0:

Round 1 (mid/late): Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 2: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA):

Round 3: Joe McKnight- RB- USC

Round 4: Kyle Calloway- OT- Iowa

Round 5: Eric Decker- WR- Minnesota

Round 6: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon:

Round 7: Isiah “Juice” Williams- QB- Illinois

 

Recap of my Mock 1.0:

Round 1: (mid/late round ): Joe McKnight- RB- USC

Round 2: Ciron Black- OT- LSU

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: Myron Rolle- S- FSU

Round 5: Davis Gettis- WR- Baylor:

Round 6: Ryan Perrilloux- QB- Jacksonville St.

Round 7: Allen Bradford- RB- USC

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