Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Packers Mock Draft 2015 | Seven Rounds of Our Best Guesses

Now that the free agent period has settled down, we thought it would be time to update the Packers mock draft, as there are changes that need to be made following the free agent period.  Green Bay will most likely need help in the secondary, and might pick up a tight end. Will Green Bay do as they have done for years, and draft their way to success? 

Round 1: Marcus Peters/CB/Washington- With the return of Letroy Guion and B.J. Raji, the Packers no longer need to be desperate for a defensive tackle. However, the Packers did lose both of their corners in free agency, Davon House and Tramon Williams. The Packers will need to draft a cornerback high, possibly even first. Peters is slated to go late first, and makes sense for the Packers defensive scheme.

Round 2: Carl Davis/DT/Iowa- The Packers don't need to be desperate for a nose guard, but they should draft one high. Davis is a big body who has fallen a little on the boards, and would make sense for the Packers in round two if he is still there when they are on the clock.

Round 3: Denzel Perryman/ILB/Miami- The Packers inside linebacker situation has been a problem for years. This past season, Matthews looked great after being moved inside. Still, they need another one, Perryman has the skill to play in the NFL at a high level, and would make sense here.

Round 4: Eric Rowe/CB/Utah- The Packers need to not just add one corner in this draft, but preferably two now based on what happened in free agency. Rowe is a nice big body for a corner who could be the nickel or dime back as a rookie.

Round 5: Blake Bell/TE/Oklahoma- Formerly a quarterback, Bell is a terrific athlete who could add some unique depth to the Packers tight end position.

Round 6A: Ben Beckwith/OL/Mississippi State- Late in the draft, most teams add an offensive lineman somewhere for depth. Beckwith has good size and could be a good project.

Round 6B: Josh Robinson/RB/Mississippi State- The Packers need find a third running back at some point in this draft. Robinson could be that guy.

Round 6C: Joey Mbu/DT/Houston- The Packers were really thin last year along the defensive line. Mbu has nice size and can play both inside and out.

Round 7: Tevin McDonald/FS/Eastern Washington- The Packers have three good safeties right now. They should add a fourth for depth. 

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