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Arrigo's Mock v.15.0
ROUND 1 : Packers trade pick No. 23 to Dallas for the Cowboys' first- (No. 27) and third-round selection. The Packers then trade down with the Cleveland Browns. Packers send pick No. 27 (Round One) for pick 38 (Round Two) and a pick in Round Three that the Browns own (pick 92 via the Jets).
ROUND 2 (PICK 38) : Charles Brown—OT—USC : Brown is athletic and a perfect fit for a zone blocking scheme. He isn't overly strong and will need to improve his run blocking, but he has a high ceiling. He would benefit from a year of being a backup and learning the Packers' offensive system. He could go late in Round One, but I hear he is more likely an early second-round guy.
ROUND 5 (PICK ???) Jevan Snead—QB—Ole Miss: Snead was considered a lock for the first round going into his senior season, but he played poorly and his stock slipped. He surprised everyone by coming out early. He has a big-time arm and ability, but needs to be coached up.
ROUND 5 (comp pick) : Zoltan Mesko—P—Michigan : The Packers have a need at punter and Mesko will solve that. He can kick in the elements and has a very strong leg.
ROUND 6 (PICK ???) : Walter Thurmond—CB—Oregon : A nasty knee injury ruined his 2009 season. Until then, Thurmond was a high draft pick. I would select him and either PUP or IR him.
ROUND 7 (PICK ???) : Trindon Holliday—KR/WR—LSU : The 5'5'' speed demon would be another return specialist. He is lightning in a bottle and a player that could team with McCluster to form a lethal return duo.
Undrafted Rookie FA's:
Eric Cook—C—New Mexico
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