Jordan Tripp, OLB, Montana – Quick, high motor, top performer in 3-cone and shuttle drills
Trevor Reilly, OLB, Utah – tough, physical competitor – average athleticism.
Prince Shembo, OLB, Notre Dame – Tenacious, physical player – run stuffing edge LB.
Carl Bradford, OLB, Arizona State – Undersized, short arms, aggressive tackler, good blitzer.
Jackson Jeffcoat, OLB, Texas – DE to OLB convert. Needs weight room work, Ted Hendricks Award winner.
Shane Skov, ILB, Stanford – Has the middle linebacker mentality but not the speed to cover the field.
Brock Coyle, ILB, Montana – Opened eyes with impressive Pro Day. Prolific tackler, sideline to sideline.
Kevin Greene, LB/FB/TE, USC – Mr. All Purpose. Runs a 4.40 40. Special teams gunner. Sleeper Alert!
Avery Williamson, ILB, Kentucky – Good tackler,average athlete.
Taylor Hart, DE Oregon – Tall, lean frame – needs to add bulk. Competitive kid who will outwork more talented players.
Brent Urban, DE, Virginia – Tall, big wingspan, good weight distribution. Tough to throw over. Needs more experience.
Brock Vereen, S, Minnesota – Excellent athlete – impressive combine. Short armed, small hands. Athlete or football player?
Ahmad Dixon, SS Baylor – Physical run-stopping in-the-box safety. Needs work in coverage.
Charles Leno, OT/OG, Boise State – A good college OT, but struggles with speed rushers. Best to move inside.
Corey Linsley, C, Ohio State – Weight room monster, physical player, limited downfield ability.
Wesley Johnson, T/G/C Vanderbilt – Mr. Versatility. Best moving to G/C but could still be your emergency tackle. (think TJ Lang)
TJ Jones, WR, Notre Dame – accomplished route runner with good hands. Dependable, team captain.
Shaq Evans, WR, USC – Possesion receiver, not explosive, but finds the holes in the zone.
Jeff Janis, WR, Saginaw Valley – Has the measurables in terms of size and athletic ability. High character kid.
Brett Smith,QB Wyoming – Undersized, dual-threat quarterback. Think Russell Wilson.
David Fales, QB San Jose St. – strong arm, accurate downfield thrower.
Keith McGill, CB, Utah – JUCO safety who moved to CB at Utah. Great size at 6’3″, but injured a lot.
Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida – Fluid mover, needs to get stronger. Has played both S and CB. Development project.
Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty – Strong and physical, can play man or zone. Sleeper Alert!!!
Ryan Hewitt, FB, Stanford – athletic fullback – good H-back prospect. Needs to get stronger.
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9 thoughts on “My Top 25 Day Three Targets for the Green Bay Packers: 2014 NFL Draft”
I would love Jordan Tripp or Carl Bradford today. I would like Urban as well, but the defensive line is getting pretty crowded.
Well we know after round 3 that Teddy dropped the BPA philosophy. I hope he takes your advice Al…
Heart, talent, and speed. ILB, OLB, CB/S type, and C. Hope for some luck coming the Green Bay way.
We obviously need LBs. However, We missed an Ohio St C in Brewster now lets not miss on Linsley.What about De’anthony Thomas as a returner also has great hands.
Sure the 49rs turned in their own card? C insurance Martin, ILB Borland to replace Jones/Hawk and Niklas for an impact TE. Wasn’t old Ted supposed to be making those moves instead of those reaches? This draft deepest in years. Packers didn’t need 9 projects, just 4-5 productive picks to address specific needs. Plenty of receivers AR could make look good. ILB and TE crucial and he whiffed as the limited amount of quality players were picked while TT napped. Ins. policy for Tetter would be nice too. Now it’s on to draft and pray. Trader Ted? Hilarious! Ten years, two great picks years ago, no free agents worth a shit (5 in 10 yrs) a few good picks out of some 80 over the years, and here we go again. Check the Pro Bowl rosters lately. How’s the albino owl doing? By the time this loser walks away, AR will have passed his prime and the mess he leaves will remind those around from 67-92 of the bad old days.
Perhaps the most important trait for a talent evaluator to have is the ability to make calm level-headed assessments based purely on observable evidence and reasonable predictions, without allowing your judgment to be clouded by wild emotion or personal bias.
When certain posters continually plaster the board with ranting, spitting, name-calling, angry diatribes against TT (as if they themselves had somehow been horribly wronged by this evil, evil man), it becomes super-abundantly clear that they don’t have that quality.
BAG: you are such a freaking bore – same stuff, over and over and over. Do you have these saved so you can just cut and paste?
Al- BAG’s comments and constant repetition, of the same stuff over and over, says a lot more about him then any point he can possibly be trying to make about TT. BTW AL, thanks again for another great post and analysis. Go Pack Go! Thanks, Since ’61
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