As the Packers’ third, and sometimes fourth, receiving option over the past four years, Jones has caught 149 passes for over 2,000 yards and 13 touchdowns. During his two best seasons (2007 and ’10), Jones caught over 45 passes for nearly 700 yards in both years. What more could you expect or want out of a guy in his role?
Packers Prospect Profile — CB Cortez Allen, The Citadel
NFL DRAFT: Citadel’s Cortez Allen isn’t one of the big name CB’s in the 2011 NFL draft, but he could fill a need for the Green Bay Packers in the middle rounds.
Packers Prospect Profile — DE Cameron Heyward, Ohio State University
While not your classic speed rusher at defensive end, Heyward is an agile and explosive player for a man his size (6’5″, 295 pounds). His main strength, however, is rushing the passer with power. He’s strong in the upper body, and uses his hands well to disengaged blockers. This kind of power also makes Heyward a disruptive force against the run.
Packers Prospect Profile – LB Justin Houston, University of Georgia
In a multi-part series profiling the potential draft picks for the Green Bay Packers, we take a look at Georgia’s pass-rushing specialist Justin Houston.