Packers 2015 NFL Draft – Third Round Pick: Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford

With their third-round pick (94 overall) in the 2015 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers select Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford PLAYER DETAILS:  Ty Montgomery Wide Receiver Stanford 6-0/221 lbs CAREER NOTES:  In 2013, Montgomery earned consensus All-American honors as a kick returner, averaging 30.3 yards per opportunity with touchdowns. He also led Stanford with 61 catches for […]

Packers 2015 NFL Draft: Day 1 Analysis

Ted Thompson surprised us yet again. Just when we all thought we had a hunch what Thompson was up to, he pulls the trigger on the best cover safety in the draft, Damarious Randall. He led Arizona State with three picks last year, including a 59-yard touchdown return vs. Notre Dame. The reason everyone is […]

Packers 2015 NFL Draft – First Round Pick: Damarious Randall, Safety, Arizona State

With their first-round pick (30th overall) in the 2015 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers select Damarious Randall, Safety, Arizona State. PLAYER DETAILS:  Damarious Randall Safety Arizona State 5-11/1968 lbs CAREER NOTES:  He recorded 69 tackles, nine interceptions and five total touchdowns (two receiving, two punt returns, one interception return). He was a three-star cornerback JUCO […]

Packers 2015 NFL Draft – 10 Last-Minute Whispers, Predictions and Opinions

As the 2015 NFL Draft is about to begin, here are some things that have been whispered into my ear as well as some of my own opinions and predictions. 1) Whisper: Everything I’m hearing indicates the Packers will not take an ILB in Round 1. 2) Prediction: The Packers first pick will be a Cornerback. 3) Whisper: […]

My One and Only 2015 Packers Mock Draft – ALLGBP.COM

As the Packers’ draft analyst for, I’ve been involved with over 25 mock drafts since the 2014 season ended. They’re not entirely mine, however, as the actual picks are made by a computer simulation.  I get to input needs information, and can put in requests to “grab” certain players (if they are available at that spot) or “lockout” players from contention. […]