There may not be a Julio Jones or A.J. Green at the top of this year’s wide receiver crop, but the position is among the deepest in the 2013 NFL Draft. This year’s classes is led by former JUCO transfer Cordarrelle Patterson, who played at Tennessee in 2012. Patterson, although raw, is a freakish athlete […]
NFL Draft Profiles
2013 NFL Draft Preview: Ranking Packers Running Back Prospects
Running back can be a tough position to evaluate headed into the NFL Draft. Take last year for example. Trent Richardson was considered a “can’t-miss” guy at the top of the draft, but Alfred Morris, the 173rd overall pick, had the best season of all rookie running backs last year. This year’s draft doesn’t have […]
2013 NFL Draft Preview: Ranking the Interior Linemen
Typically, offensive guards are not drafted very early in the first round. In last year’s draft, Stanford guard David DeCastro was thought to be one of the “safest” picks in the entire class, but he fell all the way to the Pittsburgh Steelers with the 24th overall pick. This year, Alabama’s Chance Warmack has a […]
Packers Prospect Profile — OLB Akeem Ayers, UCLA
At UCLA, Ayers was named honorable mention All-Pac-10 in 2009 and placed third in voting for the Dick Butkus award honoring college football’s best linebacker in 2010. Ayers also was a team captain in 2010 and finished as a second team All-American.
According to Hobbes: Packers Offseason Primer on the NFL Combine: Defensive Ends (Defensive Linemen)
Defensive Ends (Defensive Linemen): Here’s the seventh of a series of articles and first for the defense, looking specifically at the NFL combine and the Packers’ drafting tendencies. (Read here for the rationale for this series, here for quarterbacks, here for running backs, here for wide receivers, here for tight ends, here for offensive tackles and here for offensive interior linemen).