Packers 2024 NFL Draft Day 3 Targets

If you thought Gutekunst had fun on Friday, he's going to have a blast with 8 selections on Saturday.

 

 

It was an interesting Friday for the Packers on Day 2 of the 2024 NFL Draft. As predicted, I enjoyed the numerous calls for General Manager Brian Gutekunst's job as the Philadelphia Eagles "jumped in front" of the Packers to select Iowa's Cooper DeJean. The mutinous drone started to subside as fans were appeased with the selection of Texas A&M's Edgerrin Cooper, which the Packers actually got by trading back with the Saints, who would go on to select another fan favorite Alabama's Kool-Aid McKinstry; giving up two Day 4 picks in the process. With Javon Bullard playing for Georgia, I think the consensus was that he was "acceptable" But those rallying cries for Gutey's head started to intensify again as he selected USC's Marshawn Lloyd, and went to a climax with the choice of Missouri's Ty'Ron Hopper. I can't wait to see what Packers World will do when these 8 picks come off the board tomorrow. I don't even think Gutekunst will sleep tonight knowing he's got practically an entire side of the ball to pick Saturday.

Where could Gutekunst go for Day 3? It's truly anyone's guess. Despite taking Jordan Morgan Thursday night, I think the safe bet is that the Packers will honor their tradition of finding offensive line talent to develop on Day 3. But beyond that? I truly don't have a clue. My personal board took some solid hits today, but I'm almost certain that probably 3 or even as many as 5 of Saturday's selections will be prospects who are not on my board at all. Gutekunst continues to evolve and he showed that Friday night, with the selection of Bullard and Lloyd, two players who have some dynamo to them but I felt might've been too small for his thresholds. With that being said, the possibilities are endless.

Building off of yesterday's article, let's go off what wasn't addressed on Day 2:

Gutekunst did say he'd like to get back to developing a QB every year, and there are a lot of them left to choose from after 6 went in the first 12 selections Thursday night.

With 8 picks, the Packers may not be done at the RB position. With Lloyd being 5'9, the Packers may elect for a back with more bulk for short-yardage situations to supplant A.J. Dillon should he falter in 2024.

I'm not sure if there is a guy left on their board, but as a luxury the Packers may still be looking for that vertical deep threat to add to the WR Corps.

Whether at Center or Guard, some competition for Sean Rhyan, Josh Myers, and Royce Newman SHOULD be a priority.

Given the success of last year's picks Luke Musgrave and Tyler Kraft Tight End is definitely not a need, but there are so many guys left, why not?

As mentioned yesterday, an additional Defensive Tackle would be nice. Those two extra picks make that a possibility.

We got two Linebackers on Day 2, could Gute go for the three-piece today? I think so.

Until J.J. Enagbare returns, the Packers are one injury away from the Edge position of being in trouble. Could the Packers elect for one or even two guys to bring in?

Javon Bullard has been mentioned more as a Nickel who can play Safety if necessary; so with two extra picks, could Gutekunst still be looking for a "true Safety"? Or what about a Cornerback on the boundary?

 

With 8 picks, I had to dig deep to find some guys who could be in the mix. There will be some carryover from the Day 2 article, as even though my evaluation of them might have been Day 2, the Packers may pick them up on Day 3 where their "true value" might be.

 

 

Cam Hart, CB - Notre Dame (Day 2 Carryover)

At 6'3, Hart is likely to be on many teams' list on Day 2. He possesses better-than-good man-coverage skills and is more than adequate against the run. I've heard rumors of some teams wanting to try him at either Safety position too given the underwhelming class at the position. If the Packers are interested, they probably need to move sooner rather than later.

Christian Mahogany, OG - Boston College (Day 2 Carryover)

One of the 2024 Joseph's Gems, Mahogany played for new DC Jeff Hafley in a power gap scheme, but his movement skills show he can be more than good in a zone scheme as well. Mahogany looks to finish you every play, it's the nastiness that I think this offensive line group desperately needs up front when it's time to move the pile.

Mason McCormick, OG - South Dakota State (Day 2 Carryover)

The most athletic Guard in the class with a 9.96 RAS, I have to believe that Gutekunst is in on McCormick. As one scout put it, "He plays like an a**hole." What's not to like about that? Should Jordan Morgan pan out at LT, McCormick is an instant contributor at the RG spot. I have concerns about his functional strength, to go along with his footwork and punch. But if he can answer those questions in the preseason, Sean Rhyan will have no choice but to concede the starting role. Coming out of the small NFL Factory that SDSU has become recently, he should be a surefire fan favorite next to his former teammate Tucker Kraft.

Jaylen Wright, RB - Tennessee (Day 2 Carryover)

The Volunteers' Wright blew the testing out of the water but the tape is questionable. He has blazing-fast speed, but his vision is lacking and he gets brought down way too easily. He's a project that could come along later down the line, which is hopefully towards the end of Josh Jacobs' contract. Immediately, though he profiles as a change of pace back who can give Jacobs and A.J. Dillon a spell and compete with Emmanuel Wilson for additional snaps down the road.

Spencer Rattler, QB - South Carolina

After the league got its fill of Quarterbacks Thursday night, no QBs were taken on Day 2. For a prospect that I had ranked ahead of Bo Nix and even Drake Maye, it seemed like only yesterday that Rattler was in the mix for 1st Overall back in 2023 before his fall from grace in Norman that led to the eventual rise of Caleb Williams. Rattler has a howitzer for an arm with the touch to drop it into a bucket 70 yards away. While he didn't test well, Rattler has the athleticism to extend the play but also has the cojones to hang in the pocket and make the throw. Like the aforementioned Maye, his decision-making needs some considerable refinement, but he'll never misfire like Maye did on tape. If you ever wanted a guy you could draft on Day 3 and possibly flip for a Day 2 pick in a year or two, Rattler is your guy.

Theo Johnson, TE - Penn State

The 6'6 Johnson was my TE2 for this year's class. Posting an eye-popping 9.93 RAS, Johnson was the ultimate safety blanket for this QBs during the Senior Bowl and could be a menace in an offense where the defense has to account for Musgrave, Kraft, and Johnson. What's even better, he was a pretty damn good blocker for the Nittany Lions too! Could you imagine the possibilities for Jordan Love in the red zone with three 6'5 or bigger Tight Ends? Sign me up!

Trey Taylor, S - Air Force

2024's Jim Thorpe Award Winner (Best Defensive Back) and also one of this year's Gems. Taylor can play EVERY spot in the secondary and had a very lengthy interview with Brian Gutekunst at the Combine. Did Trey make a strong enough impression to get selected? I sure hope so.

Eric Watts, DE - Connecticut

UConn's Watts is who I would call a "poor man's Rashan Gary"; and he was also one of my Gems. I've always said that small school projects have the greatest to gain from NFL coaching. If Coach Haf can unlock even half of that Gary-like potential, the Packers might have an unstoppable rotation of Edge Rushers cycling on the field.

Isaac Guerendo, RB - Louisville

Guerendo is an all-purpose back with the speed to just leave everyone in the dust combined with the power to fight for the tough yards at the goal line. He's got a tad bit of medical history in his file, otherwise he should have been an easy Day 2 selection. If the Packers could look past that, he could be a quick threat to Josh Jacobs' snap count.

Cedric Gray, LB - UNC

Cedric was my #4LB and the best remaining on the board. Gray is a wrecking ball in the middle of a defense, but he misses a ton of tackles by playing with reckless abandon. Still, I'm sold on his coverage ability (5INTs) and ability to get to the QB.

Michael Pratt, QB - Tulane

GUNSLINGER. Pratt will put it in the old breadbasket. He'll hold it a little bit too long in the pocket as well as "let it rip" when he shouldn't sometimes. He sure is fun to watch though. He also beat out Caleb Williams in a QB duel last year at the Cotton Bowl. He's got a future in the NFL, let's develop him and sell him to the highest bidder in 2026.

Javon Baker, WR - UCF

Baker isn't a vertical threat, but he is a nice option for any team who may want an additional "X" in their WR Room. The former Crimson Tide turned Golden Knight exploded in a run-heavy offense with nuanced route running and soft hands. For a guy his size he should be better at defeating press-man than he is. But that can certainly be fixed.

Jared Wiley, TE - TCU

Wiley profiles as a "move" Tight End who can line up in-line as well as at slot receiver. At 6'6 with 4.6 speed he is a nightmare for Safeties and Linebackers alike. He doesn't have a lot of twitch, but when he does get the ball, he can get yards after the catch. Like most college TEs, blocking will have to be coached up. But he's a promising TE3 for the Packers' "everyone gets the ball" offense.

Kitan Oladapo, SS - Oregon State

Kitan was everything for the Beavers. He played both Safety spots and even came down as a Big Nickel at times. He's gotta learn to stop staring down the QB and wrap up better, but he has enough juice in him to contribute right away. Nags and I are rooting for him.

Anthony Gould, WR - Oregon State

He's the last true speedster left on my board. Gould may be undersized but he goes "zero to sixty" QUICK. He lined up outside as well as inside, giving me "poor man's Steve Smith" vibes. He's not just fast either, he's an advanced route-runner and has a decent variety of release packages. If you don't get a jam on him at the line, you might as well look up as the ball sails right over your head and into Gould's hands.

Cornelius Johnson, WR - Michigan

Johnson had a career year in 2021, but he never saw that production again in a run-first, ball-control offense for Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines. He's fast but has build-up long speed....probably best as a "Z" WR. But he's got great hands and route-running ability, the results of a 4-year career in Ann Arbor. Could he be the vertical guy the Packers might be hunting for today? Maybe.

Justin Eboigbe, DT - Alabama

Like so many other blue-chippers before him, Eboigbe has the size, speed, and strength to compete at the biggest stage. The problem is he didn't much development in Tuscaloosa on such heavily stacked rosters through the years. Once again as a member of the "Get Kenny some Help" Club, Eboigbe is a run destroying defender day one who can collapse the pocket almost singlehandedly, if he can get some more pass rush tools, he could form a nasty combo with either Clark or Wyatt on the field.

Nathaniel Watson, LB - Mississippi State

Despite not being the best athlete, Watson was sideline-to-sideline at the Senior Bowl and cleaned up a ton of plays. Watson fits the "he's a football player" criteria when it comes to selecting a guy who may not have the desirable testing you're looking for.

Tyrone Tracy, RB - Purdue

A former WR, Tracy found a home in West Lafayette in the back field is final years. He's got a long ways to go before he's truly a RB, but his ability to contribute in the passing game immediately is a plus. 

Austin Booker, OLB - Kansas

Booker, who earned a Senior Bowl invite for his pass rushing acumen playing for the Jayhawks, has some coverage ability as well. He's a bit of a liability against the run, but as a rotational piece that can affect the pass game, I'd take a flyer on him.

Beau Brade, SS - Maryland

Brade might be the most physical Safety in the class. He can cover in a pinch, but he's best used as a box safety who roams between the hashes and shuts down any leaks out of the backfield. He may not be the best athlete, but a thumper as a SS/Dime LB with Special Teams ability can certainly carve out a role in the NFL.

Xavier Thomas, OLB - Clemson

Thomas is probably a Designated Pass Rusher (DPR) to start his career, but if he can overcome his shortcomings in the run game, he could be a full-time "Sam" Linebacker for the Packers.

Myles Murphy, DT - UNC

He showed out at the Shrine Bowl and might be equal parts run stuffer/pass rusher. His motor is relentless, he won't stop til the ball carrier is on the ground. He's hungry for a shot. I'd love the Packers to give it to him.

Myles Cole, DE - Texas Tech

With nearly 37" arms and an enticing blend of size and speed, it's hard not to be intrigued with Cole's potential. He's SUPER raw, but if he can be coached up, with that frame Cole could be an All-Pro in 3 years or less.

Ryan Watts, S - Texas

Watts was a CB for Ohio State and Michigan, but profiles as a Safety for the NFL game. He is a willing contributor in the run game and his 6'3 frame lends him to being a TE matchup weapon. There's some additional development needed for a CB to S project, but he has the athleticism to make the transition and be better than serviceable on the backend.

Gabe Hall, DT - Baylor

Hall had a promising future before basically pulling a Houdini down in Waco. He tested very well so I expect someone to take a flyer on him as a traits-based prospect as a depth piece. Are the Packers interested? It's a possibility.

Tanor Bortolini, C/G - Wisconsin

Could this be the year the Packers might actually take a Badger? Are you guys even Wisconsin fans anymore? Seems like a whole bunch of Michigan turncoats nowadays. But seriously, Bortolini is one of the most athletic Centers you'll find period at 9.77 RAS which shows through his quick feet and his affinity to getting two blocks executed on the same play. He might actually be a better Guard due to his snapping issues. Gutey values flexibility, so if he ends up just being a hyper-athletic Guard, so be it.

Taulia Tagovailoa, QB - Maryland

Smaller than his brother, and slightly smaller or lesser with everything else when compared to Tua. But the confidence, poise, and IQ surely isn't lacking. Taulia was the "juice" in the passing game at the Shrine Bowl and is an RPO Master. I don't know if he will ever mature to a starting QB in the NFL but as a backup to Jordan Love who can command an NFL offense and not just tread water, I'm more than a little intrigued.

Jalen Sundell, IOL - North Dakota State

Sundell played OT for NDSU, but for the NFL he's best moved into the interior of the offensive line. This might be the one I actually get right guys, we know Green Bay loves taking Tackles and converting them to Guards. Sundell has a high football IQ and never quits on a rep. When you're trying to make a roster, those can be the difference of making the roster or headed for the waiver wire.

Matt Lee, C - Miami

One of the 2024 Gems, Lee is slightly undersized, but is that even a thing at Center? He's got athleticism reminiscent of a former Packer who's a fan favorite and he's got a great understanding of the leverage game. He's instant competition for Josh Myers at Center.

Brevyn Spann-Ford, TE - Minnesota

Is Spann-Ford a Tight End or an Offensive Tackle? I guess it depends on if he reports as eligible. Spann-Ford's RAS is 6.80 as a TE, but 9.36 as an OT, and 9.56 as a OG. Will he ever be a true "Y" Tight End? Probably not, but if he can find his way onto a team and the coaching staff finds him a home, he could pay off dividends down the line. I personally think he should put on 30lbs of muscle and move to the line and let those elite movement skills for a man of his size serve him well.

 

 

31 picks for 8 selections. Maybe my much larger net might snag some future Packers this time. I'll see you guys at the end of the night for a wrap-up of Day 3 of the 2024 NFL Draft.

#GPG

 

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Joseph has been an avid fan of the Green Bay Packers since 1997, citing an affinity for dairy products during his childhood and his favorite color, green. Born in Jacksonville, FL, Joseph currently is an Active Duty servicemember in the U.S. Armed Forces. Joseph considers himself a lifelong fan of the game of football, competing since his youth well into adulthood. When it comes to the Pack, Joseph is particularly impassioned about the NFL Draft and collegiate scouting process, and will contribute regularly on CHTV.com leading to that year's upcoming Draft. You can follow him on Twitter at @joeyreyallday.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:13 am

Nice Job Joseph!

You are right that with 8 picks Gutey has unlimited choices to strengthen the team. My main focus would start with guys like Mason McCormick, Tanor Bortolini, and Christian Mahogany on the interior of the OL. Rattler would be great but I love what Joe Milton brings with the strongest arm in the draft and his physicality at QB. I have seen Milton consistently take on tacklers and punish them physically when he tries to run through them initiating the contact. I haven't seen another QB do this. Milton can be had later in the draft than Rattler and with Jordan Love the Packers would have plenty of time to develop Milton. With Lloyd, they do not need a RB but I admittedly am a sucker for Jaylen Wright's talent and potential. Love this guy's tape and the impact it would have on the team's offensive firepower. Okay, I get it.....with Lloyd don't waste another pick on a RB! :(

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RobinsonDavis's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:21 am

Very much like your list, Joseph! We had Trey Taylor (& Hicks) and/or Cam Hart to the Packers where Hopper was picked, with Hopper in the 4th/5th round. (Not complaining, just explaining). Maybe this can play out, similar to where we had Zack Tom and Sean Rhyan flip-flopped 2 years ago.

DBs, Oline, NOSE Tackle with some 3-tech capabilities, H-back, and perhaps an edge and a WR are on our watch list. Do not be surprised to see a long-snapper late, and as you suggested, a QB. Again, thanks for your write-up!

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WD's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:22 am

Joe Milton will be taken very early in the fourth by someone who did not draft a QB. 1) a 4.55 forty at 245lbs and the strongest arm in the draft. I could see how he might be useful when you have a forth and short. I am sure with a little creativity the coach could see him as asset. It seems there is no ceiling for this youngster.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:31 am

WD,
Not sure exactly where he will be drafted but he intrigues me. For those who haven't watched him go look at his highlights and the combine. Amazing! He obviously isn't the most NFL-ready QB otherwise he would have been drafted earlier but the potential is amazing. Creativity....probably makes a great H-back where you could line him up behind Love occasionally for a run or pass. LOL!

Come on Gutey.....Joe Milton would create a lot of fun in camp with him consistently throwing 70-yard passes over the heads of Watson and Milton down field.

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WD's picture

April 27, 2024 at 04:35 pm

Looks like New England grabbed him. They think he will be the next Tom Brady. Just watching his long bombs is a freak show in itself. That said I like our QBs.

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stockholder's picture

April 27, 2024 at 12:31 pm

Bad knee - Won't be taken till @200

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HawkPacker's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:34 am

We definitely need to draft IOL's-2 or 3, a safety, and a CB. These are musts and possible an edge rusher as we may need one with the injury to Enagbare.

If we are out to improve our team we probably need a Long snapper. Why not select Tory Taylor, punter from Iowa in the 6th round? Our current punter is adequate but Taylor would be an improvement.

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golfpacker1's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:35 am

Knock, I know you like Wright a lot and I do too, but nobody should be disappointed with the Marshawn Lloyd-RB pick. We just lost a great RB in Aaron Jones and Lloyd is AJs twin. He has had more fumbles than anyone would like, but that is correctable. Coming out of high school as a 5 star, I am sure he thought nobody could teach him anything, but playing in the pros for your living has a way of getting most players attention.

I was hoping that 1 of the first 3 on this list would be our pick @ #91, even after a trade back. The first five on that list will be gone right away. We have 8 picks to add some gems, some surprises, some depth, and maybe a wildcard.

We gotta get a good CB early and one late too. 2 more OL, and another Safety for sure. The Hopper pick did nothing toward making the LB position group a strength, Gray would have been a much better choice. They both miss tackles but Gray makes a lot more of them, and they are both decent in coverage. I don't get the pick. But it's done so we move on.

I would love Myles Coles-Edge, and Sundell would be a good OL to get. Kitan Oladopo would be a great early Safety choice, and Dominque Hampton or Tyler Owens later would be good.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

April 27, 2024 at 01:14 pm

Golf,
I agree with your take on Lloyd. However, fumbles will keep you on the bench. I will disagree somewhat as I feel strongly the Packers need to take possibly 3 OL today. The OL really needs to improve and be a strength in every position. Generate real competition and some fear to push these guys all to ascend to their very best. I am so tired of seeing injuries to the OL hamper an otherwise powerful offense. This Packer offense can be dominant and it all starts up front.

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Doug_In_Sandpoint's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:43 am

MVP of the draft so far? Carrington Valentine. His play at CB meant we didn’t need to go early to shore up the position, and could select other needs on days one and two.

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Bitternotsour's picture

April 27, 2024 at 11:49 am

jeez, what round did he come from?

late round picks matter. we have a bunch.

and now, another safety. i thought for a bit that we might see micah hyde back in GB, now I'm not feeling the free agents any longer.

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TxFred's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:46 am

I think, Gute is doing a very good job.

People will complain if they are hung with a new rope. But, not for long.

Gute wants to build Competition at position. Young team, it's a great way to instill "you are only as good as your next play" mindset.

Definitely, on the Oline. Another WR. Keep those young receivers on their toes. Also, those "Hammies" pop up. DB's with the "see ball get ball" mind set. NEVER any more of that Kevin King crap play. This young team, is only going to get younger. GPG

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MooPack's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:53 am

Hope they make a trade up, if necessary, for OG Mason McCormick.

Others hope they have a shot at:
DE Myles Cole
S Trey Taylor
OT Tylan Grable

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Coldworld's picture

April 27, 2024 at 10:57 am

Spann-Ford is a blocker who can catch if needed. In-Line, on the line, lad blocking. He’d be great at just that and a leak out outlet along Lewis lines. We don’t need a TE for there passing prowess, we might want a true Lewis replacement.

Their is a lot of good talent out there today that are not listed . For example I’d quite like to see us pick up Quantez Stiggers. A versatile corner with genuine ball skills that could help depth and in DB heavy packages from the outset. Should be fun.

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LambeauPlain's picture

April 27, 2024 at 11:33 am

This is "Scouts Day". Time for quality depth selections and Gute has done well on day 3, thanks to his Scout Team.

Trey Taylor (S Air Force) could be the Swiss Army Knife for Hafley. Where DeJean is a CB who can pencil in at S, Taylor is the opposite...a S that can play CB, Nickel, Slot. Where DeJean was used exclusively in zone, Taylor was a solid press man defender.

Adding Xavier, Bullard, & Taylor to the S room makes a glaring weakness, suddenly a strength.

I would like another LB for Campanile to breath fire into. Another weakness transformed with Walker and McDuffie welcoming Edge Cooper, Hopper and one more prospect.

Use the remaining picks judiciously Gute..."only" 6 picks to add DL and OL, especially IOL, most especially C. Myers is the only C listed on the team unless Tom moves, and he may.

My shopping list for "Scouts Day is a S, LB, 2 C/G prospects, another LB, 2 DL (DT and DE) or maybe a QB with their 7 picks (just traded up with Jets).

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MooPack's picture

April 27, 2024 at 11:39 am

Packers move up!

Hmm...not on the radar. S Evan Williams.

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LambeauPlain's picture

April 27, 2024 at 11:45 am

Gave up a 6th rounder. Gute and Matt were just congratulating his scouts. Selected Evan Williams Oregon S. Another SS type. Can take on slot duty too.

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Fubared's picture

April 27, 2024 at 11:51 am

The commenters didnt have a lot to say about this guy so that alone should indicate he wasnt on a lot of others radars. I'm tired of the 5'11 guys on defense. The Vikes just drafted a 6'3 defensive back who is bone crushing tackler and were playing games with 5'11 guys who lack speed and tackling abilities. good luck with that

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golfpacker1's picture

April 27, 2024 at 11:58 am

Wow another dud bigtime reach for a player, and we traded up to boot. So much for the BIG needs on interior offensive line and cornerback. That's 2 players in a row we could have gotten 2 rounds later. If this keeps up it will be easy to tune in later to see who we got.

T J Tampa and Cam Hart still available. Mason McCormick and Chris Mahogany also. This was on track to be a really special draft and it seems to be going off the rails.

Bring on the downvotes but I am not impressed with spending 3 pick in the 3rd, 4th, & 6th rounds for 2 6th round players. Huge overreach.

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stockholder's picture

April 27, 2024 at 01:06 pm

Very Good. I wish I had positives.
Your TJ Tampa went to the Ravens.

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golfpacker1's picture

April 27, 2024 at 01:11 pm

I can feel another trade up coming @ #168 because we are going 65 picks between picks.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

April 27, 2024 at 01:21 pm

I too think there has to be a trade-up as that is a 'lot' of picks without having one. Shocked at the seeming lack of concern for OL. I was pulling for McCormick but he now is gone. The only thing I can assume is one or two of Tenuta, Telfort, and Jones are better than we think and Gutey believes they are better than players still on the board. Gutey IMO still has to draft at least for the interior line.

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RobinsonDavis's picture

April 27, 2024 at 02:31 pm

I can't remember who made the analysis on Hopper as a sleeper, but tip of the hat! ...Regardless of your perception, he called it!

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Fubared's picture

April 28, 2024 at 08:30 am

We can all make out list but its Gutts list that counts. Hey all I know is when he said he picked Gary in Feb before the combine and Gary was his guy all along, I knew Gutt was a POS GM who was lazy, mistaken and really didnt know football. Gutt said they value guys who can play more then one position. Really? Shepard Smith of the Vikes is one of the best Safeties ever and plays one position and plays it dam dam well. Those are the types we need on this team and Gutt is bypassing them,
The people you speak of that are left on the table when Gutt picks, are the Shepard Smiths, they play one postion very well and will go on and have great careers. We got a guys who can play two positions but none at a high level.
Just look at our O line and you can see that.

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Oppy's picture

April 28, 2024 at 09:37 am

The vikings live of the Packers table scraps like a mange riddled mutt circling the dinner table.
Always have, probably always will.

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JosephR's picture

April 29, 2024 at 11:08 am

Well, two on this long list made it. And truthfully I made a fudge and forgot to include Kalen King. Oh well.

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jkoenzuraida's picture

May 01, 2024 at 03:55 am

Come on Fall, hurry up and get here. I am ready for football!!

Ida of https://www.stumpgrindingtoledo.com

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