Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Packers 2016 Draft Picks | Ticket King Green Bay

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While we are waiting for NFL training camps to enter full swing, we thought it might be a good idea to take a very early look at the 2016 NFL draft. Keep in mind this is mostly speculation, as this could, and will change over the next 10 months.

As with any draft, the first and foremost question is who are the quarterbacks? As of this moment, there are three quarterbacks in play for the top of round one. First off, there is Penn State's Christian Hackenberg, who has been thought of as a number one overall selection in the making since he arrived at Penn State. Second there is Cardale Jones, who stunned the world when he filled in for the injured J.T. Barrett who was filling in for the injured Braxton Miller and led Ohio State to a miracle National Championship. Jones has all the skills in the world, but he needs to win the job first. Miller made Jones's road to winning the job easier when he stated he was moving to a pass catching role, so now Jones just needs to beat out Barrett, which many expect him to. Finally, there is Connor Cook of Michigan State. Cook is the classic enormous drop back pocket passer, and will need to tone down the mistakes in 2015.

Another key component to any first round of an NFL draft is offensive tackles. Usually there are several that make their way into the top half of the first round. Right now there are three in play for 2016. The first is Laremy Tunsil from Mississippi. The second is Ronnie Stanley from Notre Dame. The third is Taylor Decker from Alabama. All three are considered to be left tackles in the NFL at this moment.

The third most important component to any NFL draft is the impact defensive players at the top of the first round. Joey Bosa a defensive lineman from Ohio State, right now, is the best player eligible for the 2016 draft. Bosa is a beast who may have been the first defensive player selected if he would have been draft eligible, but he wasn't. He will be this year. Don't expect this one to change much. Jalen Ramsey, a safety from Florida State, is the best defensive back eligible for the 2016 NFL draft.

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