Coming off an eight-sack year in 2015 that got him on the NFL radar, he dealt with a fractured hand and separated shoulder and wasn’t as productive. Hitting the postseason circuit healthier, though, helped his status.
The Packers have an ad in the classifieds for an open position at right guard.
Florida has two highly touted cornerbacks in this draft, and it will be interesting to see whether Quincy Wilson or teammate Teez Tabor gets drafted first. Either way, Wilson believes he can fit in right away in the NFL.
On trick plays, was 2-for-2 passing for 36 yards last season, with one of the completions coming at a key moment in the national championship game
NFL Media's Steve Mariucci selects T.J. Watt for the Green Bay Packers with the 29th overall pick on NFL Mock Draft Live.
Considered perhaps the top center in this draft, had an older brother (Graham) play college football at Illinois, but decided to leave his home state and eventually earned some All-America recognition at LSU
For now, Ohio State’s Curtis Samuel is listed as a wide receiver, but he did just as much damage as a running back and returner in college as well. That leaves his NFL future somewhat in doubt, as far as where he fits best, but that’s nothing new to this explosive, hybrid weapon.
A first-team All-Big Ten selection two years in a row at guard, Pat Elflein was asked to move to center in 2016. How did he do? He not only was named first-team all-conference again, but he was a consensus All-American and the Rimington Trophy winner as the nation’s top center in his first year full-time at the position. So what will he play in the NFL? Guard or center?
Penn State receiver Chris Godwin has put up some pretty good numbers, with 128 catches for just over 2,000 yards and 16 touchdowns over the last two seasons. But he wants NFL teams to know his game is more than just the numbers.
With the Packers returning for the start of offseason workouts, Mike and Wes discuss health updates on QB Aaron Rodgers, WR Jordy Nelson, and LB Clay Matthews, and take a look at the leadership of the offensive line.