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Who Takes Packers Target With Their Top Pick?

The NFL draft is only three days away and Green Bay Packers holds first two rounds. It can easily be replaced as a round kick out on Thursday night but it would be very surprising if they didn't make a pick on day one. So who can Packers focus on? We will hear more and more over the next few days and legitimately report surfaces along with lots of smoke screens, which is common every year. If Packers stays around the 12th total choice, here are several players that can be in play. Ed Oliver Oliver who lasts 1 2 years or longer would be surprising at this time. Everything is possible, but his stock has just seemed to go up since his Combine and Pro Day training sessions. A player like Oliver could see Packers move up from 12 to ensure they land him. His movie along with his training numbers really seem to guarantee a big move and Oliver seems to be a special player at the top of his NFL career. Quinnen Williams Williams is another who Oliver that most mock drafts has long gone when Packers is at 12 o'clock. He comes from a very successful program in Alabama and his film shows he throws offensive line man after offensive line man. With Packer's defensive line possibly in some flows, they should choose not to rewrite Mike Daniels after 2019, Williams would easily fill the potential need. But as Oliver, Packers would probably have to move…

The NFL draft is only three days away and Green Bay Packers holds first two rounds. It can easily be replaced as a round kick out on Thursday night but it would be very surprising if they didn’t make a pick on day one.

So who can Packers focus on? We will hear more and more over the next few days and legitimately report surfaces along with lots of smoke screens, which is common every year.

If Packers stays around the 12th total choice, here are several players that can be in play.

Ed Oliver

Oliver who lasts 1

2 years or longer would be surprising at this time. Everything is possible, but his stock has just seemed to go up since his Combine and Pro Day training sessions.

A player like Oliver could see Packers move up from 12 to ensure they land him. His movie along with his training numbers really seem to guarantee a big move and Oliver seems to be a special player at the top of his NFL career.

Quinnen Williams

Williams is another who Oliver that most mock drafts has long gone when Packers is at 12 o’clock. He comes from a very successful program in Alabama and his film shows he throws offensive line man after offensive line man.

With Packer’s defensive line possibly in some flows, they should choose not to rewrite Mike Daniels after 2019, Williams would easily fill the potential need. But as Oliver, Packers would probably have to move up to get Williams so the question becomes: How high do they like him?

Clinton Ferrell

Ferrell’s soccer career began slowly in college but he became an immediate player as soon as he hit the pads. He played defensive line at Clemson but seems like an edge rusher in the NFL.

He had a particularly good show in this BCS Championship game against Alabama. Ferrell was a team-conscious player in the game.

Ferrell has been spitting somewhere from the top five to late teens. Depending on whether the quarterbacks run early, Ferrell can become a very exciting option for Packers if they want a leading defender ahead.

Josh Allen

Hype around Allen has cooled down since the beginning of the draft prep process. He is still a very hot prospect and can very easily be a top five choice. It only takes one team to fall in love.

All Allen did in college took quarterbacks down. It is a prime need in the NFL, so he is surely a superior, but while many feel that he is an early voter, Allen is one who can fall further than many believe.

For Packers, they can have the lucky problem of deciding if they like Allen or Ferrell more.

Montez Sweat

Add sweat to the last sentence. His athleticism is no longer an issue. He set up the freakish number at the Combine and drove the fastest 40-yard dash time (4.41) for a defensive line in Combine History.

Sweat ran into some drama in Michigan State before the Mississippi State snagged him and he broke out. The packs have been one of the more risky laws when it comes to players with anxious past. Would the Brian Gute art regime be more forgiving?

Sweat would immediately increase Packer’s passport and, added to free agent Signees Preston Smith and Za & # 39; Darius Smith, make this area a force against need.

Much like Ferrell and Allen, the Packers can start with a choice between Sweat or Florida State Brian Burns.

Brian Burns

Burns seems to be one of the more pro-ready players in this draft. He speaks well and bears leadership qualities to complement his game. He was an all-American right out of the gate as a freshman and also distinguished himself on the specialty.

Burns is one of some guys who come in on day one, play instantly and have an immediate impact. If the packs feel they need “that guy” in defense, Burns can be an easy choice for them. He also plays a position in high demand and a very worthy to choose as much as 12.

Devin White

White is ready to play football 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. He comes in and lights up things immediately, where he lands. As said, the jury is still out if he is the best “Devin” in this draft.

Rumors are that White will not pass Tampa Bay at fifth overall. If Packers wants White, they will probably make a move to get him.

At a position inside linebacker, it doesn’t seem like the best use of draft capital, given who else Packers can get by waiting or moving back.

White is the player on this list who would most surprise me to land in Green Bay, based on his position and what it seems to take to prepare him.

Devin Bush

The “other” Devin, Bush has been mentioned as another inside the lineback that is likely to be drafted earlier than later. He flies everywhere when watching his movie.

The sideline to the sideline, there are not many that make it as good as Bush. He plays downhill and has zero allergies to football. He is an average average blitz too.

Some believe that Bush is a better voter towards the end of a round. If Packers sees it in its crystal ball and moves back to take him or somehow move up to catch him with his second first round, they get an incredible football player.

If Oliver is by the board and Packers holds 12 overall, Bush would be my pick.

Noah Found

Found is the most athletic of the two Iowa tight ends dominates the narrow end discussion this year. If Packers seems really committed to making the tight end a focal point for Matt LaFleur’s crime, Fant can be an obvious choice here.

He has a larger route tree and will pull defenders away from other top offensive weapons in Davante Adams and Aaron Jones. While that production would not credit directly to Fant, if he catapulted others to become a dominant crime in the league, Fant’s value is higher.

The question of Fant is whether Packers sees their 12th choice as a suitable place for him. And is he the tight end in Iowa that they like most?

T.J. Hockenson

The latest chat has Hockenson’s name bound to Packers more than what has happened until the last few weeks. Only Gute and his team know the truth there, but they can do much worse than Hock if they are determined to take a tight end.

Athletic ability does not seem as strong as any other option, but Hockenson’s size and abilities can be translated into a star in manufacturing. If he fits the profile and the Packers desperately want a tight end, they will probably have to use their 12th pick or move up from 30 to get him.

Hock is one of the players this year who is a matter of preference. Some prefer Fant, others prefer Hock. Some prefer Irv Smith, Jr. even though I do not see Smith as an early prospect, he is not on this list.

Jonah Williams

An Alabama offensive linear will automatically pique any interest. Williams has been mentioned among the peaks in this year’s class. He can come in and play either tackle or guard, which some teams can look so incredibly valuable to their needs.

Williams did not play very well in the BCS championship, thanks in part to another guy mentioned earlier, Clelin Ferrell. A game does not make a career to make or break, but it is a great spotlight moment for criticism.

The packs use an early pick at Williams, although they are moving back from 12 years, stacking the future towards looking for immediate impact.

Bryan Bulaga has been hurting lately and seems to lead elsewhere after 2019, but Packers probably hopes he will give them another year to deal with more seriously.

Taking a player they do not theoretically expect to play this year one that would be surprising early, to say the least.

Jawaan Taylor

Copy / Paste Williams Comments to Taylor. Another solid offensive line outlook, but one they should target more if he starts sliding quite a bit.

If they are not completely enchanted with Taylor, he will probably end up somewhere else based on what Packers need and who else will they be able to choose early.

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