Mike Mayock’s mock draft is one of the most intriguing every year, see who he has the Green Bay Packers selecting.
Last year was an absolute heartbreaker for the Green Bay Packers, as they nearly made it to the Super Bowl and literally let the chance at competing for a title slip through their fingers. For a team that has built through he draft in the past, taking players like Aaron Rodgers, Randall Cobb, Clay Matthews and Eddie Lacey in the past, the Packers will be looking towards this year’s draft with the anticipation of finding more missing pieces on their roster.
Green Bay routinely hits home runs in the draft, and even though they pick late on a year-to-year basis,
Mike Mayock released his annual mock draft on Wednesday night and Vikings fans were waiting to hear what the draft expert had to say about their selection.
Last year, Mayock had the Green Bay Packers selecting linebacker Ryan Shazier — which would have worked out brilliantly if he had lasted that long. The Pittsburgh Steelers scooped him up with the No. 15 overall pick but the Packers landed safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix out of Alabama with the No. 21 overall selection.
This year the Packers select a little later, at No. 30 overall and Mike Mayock has the team selecting Denzel Perryman from Miami.
Green Bay loves building through the draft, and with needs all over their defense and on their offensive line, it makes sense that they’d go in this direction. The Packers know how to draft, their current roster of talent and the players around the league that have come through their system is proof of that.
The only question is, can they keep the luck up?
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