May
01
2021

Green Bay Packers Day Three Mock Draft

Round 4, Pick 142: James Hudson -OT- Cincinnati

Hudson is a raw prospect with only one year of starting experience. He showed up to the senior bowl and had some really good reps on one on ones. But then, he kind of crapped the bed at his pro day and posted a 3.85 RAS. OUCH! However, if you go back and watch his film, he looks good athletically. Going off his film, I would have guessed he would have been around a 7-7.5 RAS, which is perfectly fine.

It is probably why he didn’t go on Day Two. He still has a lot of developmental potential as a future right tackle and could use a ‘redshirt’ year

Round 5, Pick 173: Bobby Brown -DT- Texas A&M

Lots of potential with Brown as well. Another Gutey type pick. He’s similar to Alim McNeil who went on day two just a bit rawer. He has the potential to impact all parts of the game as a pass rusher and run defender. If the Packers can develop his talent, he could be a really good pairing with KC.

Round 5, Pick 178: Josh Imatorbhebhe -WR- Illinois

Another Gutey special. Lots of talent and upside. Great size at 6’1 220. 8.97 RAS. His agility numbers weren’t great but within an acceptable range. He’s already a great vertical threat. His numbers were held back a bit by his offense and his QB. Still needs work on his routes of course. In the meantime, he can offer another vertical threat besides MVS.

Round 6, Pick 214: William Bradley-King -EDGE- Baylor

Highly athletic, not as big as the recent edge guys, but still has long arms and is a good run defender. He still has upside as a pass rusher.

Round 6, Pick 220: Kene Nwangwu -RB- Iowa State

In the last couple of rounds, you are just grabbing the BPA/best athlete. Nwangwu can be the #3 back and return kicks as well. They already have Rodgers for punts. The Packers like to have a stable of backs and he brings a different dimension to the group.

Round 7, Pick 256: Jason Pinnock -CB- Pittsburgh

Another highly athletic guy. He may not play to his testing numbers, but fits the Packers and even with Stokes, they still need more bodies in the secondary. He did have really good coverage numbers last year at Pittsburgh. So, maybe they can get something out of him.