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Posted: April 25, 2020, 2:41 PM Post
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Ron Robinson's Beard said:
I wouldn't be surprised if the Packers grab DT Raequan Williams from Michigan State with one of their next two picks. Fits the size and athletic profile they typically look for with their 3-4 DEs.


Let the Jerel Worthy flashbacks commence!

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Offline  Re: 2020 NFL Draft 11am Saturday, April 24 Rounds 4-7 Discussion
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Posted: April 25, 2020, 2:44 PM Post
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adambr2 said:
I can't imagine OJ Howard will be back in Tampa. Maybe we're going to swing something for him for Jamaal Williams and a 2021 4th. That would reconcile the Dillon pick and lack of a receiver taken much better.


I think they want to mirror what San Fran does and have 3 backs that could carry the load. Ride the hot hand. Lafleur said as much at one of his press conferences this offseason.


Its going to be a multi year process if that's the end goal. San Francisco is just so far superior athletically to where we are, particularly on the defensive line where we have one great player in Kenny Clark and then a rotation of warm bodies. They could use their running backs interchangeably because their offensive line was so dominant in run blocking.

It's great that they have a long-term vision (whether or not I agree with that vision), but it may be awhile before they really have the personnel to make it work.


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Posted: April 25, 2020, 2:45 PM Post
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If they are going WR (finally), Juwan Johnson from Oregon or Isaiah Hodgins from Oregon State seem like the type they'd like.

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Isaiah Hodgins Org State 6 4 210 Tall and productive 86 catches last year
Maybe he likes to block.... knock on KJ Hill

The guy from Rhode Island is also very productive
Aaron Parker 6 2 209 81 catches last year


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Posted: April 25, 2020, 3:00 PM Post
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Hodgins to Buffalo


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Kalija Lipscomb from Vandy is also very productive


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Posted: April 25, 2020, 3:03 PM Post
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Jake Hanson is a solid pick


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Offline  Re: 2020 NFL Draft 11am Saturday, April 24 Rounds 4-7 Discussion
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Posted: April 25, 2020, 3:04 PM Post
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Mr Southpaw said:
Jake Hanson is a solid pick


Yep ... good center. Perhaps could kick out to guard. Insurance for Linsley, or perhaps a replacement next year.

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Offline  Re: 2020 NFL Draft 11am Saturday, April 24 Rounds 4-7 Discussion
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Posted: April 25, 2020, 3:07 PM Post
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info from Dane Brugler draft guide (The Athletic)

Pick 208: Jake Hanson C Oregon (#10 Center)

SUMMARY: A three-star recruit out of high school, Jacob “Jake” Hanson was a two-way player at Eureka, lining up at left tackle on offense and collecting 29 tackles as a senior defensive lineman. He signed with Oregon over several other Pac-12 programs, initially at tackle before moving to center during his redshirt year. He missed two games as a senior, but otherwise played in every other game the last four seasons, starting 49 games at center and earning All-Pac 12 honors each season. Hanson plays with an efficient punch to pepper and slide, using his eyes and aggression on tandem to give defenders his best shot. However, he often relies on guard help, lacking ideal anchor strength in pass pro and upper body power as a run blocker. Overall, Hanson put together an impressive resume due to his well-schooled technique and nasty attitude, but he will struggle vs. the power of NFL interior linemen with questionable position flex, projecting as a possible NFL back-up.

GRADE: 7th Round-Priority Free Agent


Pick 209: Simon Stepaniak G Indiana (#21 Guard)

SUMMARY: A three-star recruit out of high school, Simon Stepaniak (Step-uh-nack) was a three-year starter at Ross High, earning all-state honors as a senior left tackle. He was rated as the No. 47 recruit in the state of Ohio and committed to Indiana over Louisville. He became the starting right guard as a sophomore and earned all-conference honors as a senior, but suffered a torn ACL (December 2019) during bowl practice, sidelining him for the pre-draft process. Stepaniak is built like a vending machine with proportionate body thickness, boasting the upper body torque and flexibility to steer and control defenders once locked on. He is a mean-spirited competitor, although there is a fine line between aggressive and undisciplined, leading to balance issues. Overall, Stepaniak delivers thump at contact and loves doing the dirty work, but he defaults to his strength too often and lacks ideal pass pro quickness, projecting as a possible reserve if his knee is healthy.

GRADE: Priority Free Agent


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Offline  Re: 2020 NFL Draft 11am Saturday, April 24 Rounds 4-7 Discussion
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Posted: April 25, 2020, 3:22 PM Post
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Brew4U said:
That sixth round will hopefully bring us some depth to that offensive line.


All three 6th round picks. Very nice!

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Certainly like the picks this 6th rd to value. Hanson doesnt read all to well for an everyday starter, but ST? Long snapper future?. The last one from Indiana meh. A project based on read. Maybe learns better form to get away from his weakness and take advantage of his strength. Big dude could just be a big body for punt/FG plays.


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With three interior OL taken in the 6th round, I think that means that Lane Taylor is not long for the roster so that they can use his cap space to sign another FA or towards extending Bakh or Clark.

And with drafting Hanson and with Patrick signed through next season, I think that signals moving on from Linsley. I doubt they cut him now, as they can probably get a 4th round comp pick for him if he moves on as a free agent.


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Posted: April 25, 2020, 3:39 PM Post
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With three interior OL taken in the 6th round, I think that means that Lane Taylor is not long for the roster so that they can use his cap space to sign another FA or towards extending Bakh or Clark.

And with drafting Hanson and with Patrick signed through next season, I think that signals moving on from Linsley. I doubt they cut him now, as they can probably get a 4th round comp pick for him if he moves on as a free agent.

Certainly looks that way.

As we have no DBs selected, I'll take a guess that we try and resign Tramon Williams for another season.

Not to be nostalgic - but Clay Matthews as an ILB would be interesting.

All assumes we can afford these guys.


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Vernon Scott listed among 'best of rest' DB.
6-1 204 lbs 4.66
#61 of 110 listed for DBs.


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Nice last pick, no WR?


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Mr Southpaw said:
Nice last pick, no WR?

Takes WRs 2-3 years to get on the same page as Rodgers, but Rodgers will be gone so it would be a wasted pick


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Posted: April 25, 2020, 4:31 PM Post
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I don’t think that it should be in blue. He really doesn’t trust WRs. It’s an issue of his.

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Offline  Re: 2020 NFL Draft 11am Saturday, April 24 Rounds 4-7 Discussion
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Posted: April 25, 2020, 4:31 PM Post
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The blue was about Rodgers being gone in 2-3 years


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Offline  Re: 2020 NFL Draft 11am Saturday, April 24 Rounds 4-7 Discussion
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Why would that part be in blue?

Maybe not 2 years. But either Aaron Rodgers or our first round pick is not seeing the Packers' roster in 2023. I don't think there's much doubt about that.


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Posted: April 25, 2020, 4:40 PM Post
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You only need one WR if you play 2 TE and 2 backs all the time. This is probably what MLF wanted all along. And Gute gave it to him, good and hard. Can’t wait to see how this goes.

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