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  • Mon., Nov. 24, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST Linsley, Bush, Barrington appearance Packers Corey Linsley, Jarrett Bush and Sam Barrington are scheduled to appear at the Big Red Kettle at Bay Park Square Mall on behalf of the Salvation Army bell-ringing campaign.
  • Mon., Nov. 24, 2014 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM CST American Red Cross "Celebrity Bartender" Players tentatively scheduled to attend: Davante Adams, Brandon Bostick, Letroy Guion, Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers
  • Sat., Nov. 29, 2014 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM CST Alumni Appearance (Beebe, Harris) Don Beebe and Bernardo Harris are scheduled to appear at the Packers Pro Shop on Saturday, Novemeber 29th, from 2:30-4 p.m.
  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 11:25 AM - 3:25 PM CST Toys for Tots Collection The U.S. Marine Corps will be collecting new, unwrapped toys for distribution to needy children in the area.  Cash donations will be accepted as well.  The collection will take place in the parking lot and at each of Lambeau Field’s gates.
  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM CST Alumni Appearance (Beebe, Harris)

    TTZ: Don Beebe
    Club Level: Bernardo Harris


  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 3:25 PM - 6:30 PM CST Packers vs. New England Patriots Packers vs. New England Patriots

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Danny Mock
College Scouting Coordinator

Biography

Now enjoying his 18th season with the Packers and 35th in the NFL, Danny Mock is responsible for a variety of scouting services as the team’s college scouting coordinator. Mock’s duties include tracking Green Bay’s scouts who scour the country looking for players, coordinating all-star, combine and draft meetings and heading up the computer operations for the team’s annual draft preparations.

Mock gained his first NFL experience as a member of the Atlanta Falcons’ grounds crew from 1980-85. In addition to his duties on the field, Mock served as a film assistant from 1983-86. Following three seasons in the film department, the NFL moved to video and Mock was promoted to assistant video director by the Falcons in 1986.

After serving two years in that capacity, Mock turned to the player personnel side of football. For the following nine seasons (1988-96), he acted as the administrative assistant in the Falcons’ player personnel department.

Having lived in the South his entire life, Mock headed north when he was named the Packers’ college scouting coordinator on June 28, 1997, by then-Executive Vice President/General Manager Ron Wolf.

The 53-year-old Mock attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (1981-82) in Tifton, Ga., majoring in turf management and business.

Mock had earlier attended Gilbert (Ariz.) High School while growing up in the Phoenix area. He graduated from Duluth (Ga.) High School, where he lettered three times for the basketball team. During his sophomore basketball season, Mock was a teammate of 1980 Heisman Trophy winner George Rogers, who later would go on to star in football at the University of South Carolina and play seven seasons in the NFL. Mock also was elected team captain in basketball for his senior season, leading the school to the state quarterfinals.

Mock is a member of the National Football Foundation and the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA), acting as the Packers’ liaison to the latter organization. He was honored by the WFCA in 2008, when he was awarded the Dave McClain Distinguished Service Award for his outstanding service to football in Wisconsin and again in 2011 as an inductee into the WFCA Hall of Fame. On Friday nights, he serves as the video cameraman for the De Pere High School football team.

Mock is a fan of local sports teams, including the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay women’s and men’s basketball teams, and the Milwaukee Brewers. He also follows the Atlanta Braves.

Born May 16, 1961, in Statesville, N.C., Mock has two daughters, Elizabeth, 24, and Sarah, 21, and resides in De Pere, Wis.

Now enjoying his 18th season with the Packers and 35th in the NFL, Danny Mock is responsible for a variety of scouting services as the team’s college scouting coordinator. Mock’s duties include tracking Green Bay’s scouts who scour the country looking for players, coordinating all-star, combine and draft meetings and heading up the computer operations for the team’s annual draft preparations.

Mock gained his first NFL experience as a member of the Atlanta Falcons’ grounds crew from 1980-85. In addition to his duties on the field, Mock served as a film assistant from 1983-86. Following three seasons in the film department, the NFL moved to video and Mock was promoted to assistant video director by the Falcons in 1986.

After serving two years in that capacity, Mock turned to the player personnel side of football. For the following nine seasons (1988-96), he acted as the administrative assistant in the Falcons’ player personnel department.

Having lived in the South his entire life, Mock headed north when he was named the Packers’ college scouting coordinator on June 28, 1997, by then-Executive Vice President/General Manager Ron Wolf.

The 53-year-old Mock attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (1981-82) in Tifton, Ga., majoring in turf management and business.

Mock had earlier attended Gilbert (Ariz.) High School while growing up in the Phoenix area. He graduated from Duluth (Ga.) High School, where he lettered three times for the basketball team. During his sophomore basketball season, Mock was a teammate of 1980 Heisman Trophy winner George Rogers, who later would go on to star in football at the University of South Carolina and play seven seasons in the NFL. Mock also was elected team captain in basketball for his senior season, leading the school to the state quarterfinals.

Mock is a member of the National Football Foundation and the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA), acting as the Packers’ liaison to the latter organization. He was honored by the WFCA in 2008, when he was awarded the Dave McClain Distinguished Service Award for his outstanding service to football in Wisconsin and again in 2011 as an inductee into the WFCA Hall of Fame. On Friday nights, he serves as the video cameraman for the De Pere High School football team.

Mock is a fan of local sports teams, including the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay women’s and men’s basketball teams, and the Milwaukee Brewers. He also follows the Atlanta Braves.

Born May 16, 1961, in Statesville, N.C., Mock has two daughters, Elizabeth, 24, and Sarah, 21, and resides in De Pere, Wis.