Washington State offensive lineman John Fullington is making a pre-draft visit to the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday, according to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net:
John Fullington/OL/Washington State visiting the Green Bay Packers today...scouting report: http://t.co/Z5u0hgcsMV
— Tony Pauline (@TonyPauline) April 16, 2014
Perhaps an injury-plagued team like the Packers is attracted to Fullington's durability: He made 43 consecutive starts over his career at Washington State, the second-most in school history and missed none.
Fullington has started games at left tackle, right tackle and right guard during his four years in college. He's 6' 5", 300 lbs. and is ranked as the 55th overall guard in this year's draft class by NFLDraftScout.com.
Every NFL can team can host up to 30 players on official pre-draft visits. A running list of others reported to be visiting to Green Bay include:
- Quarterback David Fales, San Jose State
- Quarterback Keith Wenning, Ball State
- Quarterback Brock Jensen, North Dakota State
- Cornerback Brandon Dixon, Northwest Missouri State
- Center Luke Bowanko, Virginia
- Wide receiver Jeremy Butler, Tennessee-Martin
- Offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill University
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