Green Bay Packers Mock Draft Roundup 7.0
Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our Green Bay Packers Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Green Bay Packers from several prominent sites and draft analysts.
For a more inclusive lists of mock drafts for the Green Bay Packers, check out our 2021 Green Bay Packers Mock Draft Database.
The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Packers:
EDSFootball - Donahue (3/23)
29. Greg Newsome, CB, Northwestern
The lasting image in most Packers fans' minds from the NFC Championship Game
is Tom Brady continuously picking on CB Kevin King. Newsome may have solidified a spot in the first round with his 4.38 40 at his recent pro day. When on the field, Newsome earned first-team Big 10 honors but injuries have been a bit of a problem in his career. He has missed parts of each of the past three seasons, which puts him just below the top 3 CBs in this draft.
NFL.com - Brooks (3/23)
29. Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
The Packers' lack of depth on the front line was exposed during the playoffs. Mayfield is a natural right tackle with the potential to play inside or outside at the next level.
The Athletic - Beat Writers (3/23)
29. Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
Let's make it two straight Bulldogs cornerbacks. Green Bay has a glaring need at outside cornerback, assuming Kevin King signs elsewhere in free agency. Jaire Alexander is only 24 and one of the best cornerbacks in football. Now GM Brian Gutekunst needs to address the other side of the secondary. Stokes stands about 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, and at Georgia's Pro Day on March 17, he ran an unofficial 4.25-second 40-yard dash. His size is a nice contrast from Alexander, like King's was, but his speed is what stands out. Stokes also intercepted four passes and returned two for touchdowns in just nine games last season. Even if the Packers sign a veteran cornerback in free agency, they should still draft Stokes and groom him to be a future starter opposite Alexander. -- Matt Schneidman
ESPN - Kiper (3/22)
29. Greg Newsome, CB, Northwestern
There are few "official" pro day times in this weird year, and so I have to rely on people in the league whom I trust to help with testing numbers. Newsome ran a 4.38-second and a 4.4-second 40-yard dash at the Northwestern pro day recently, and his speed shows up on tape. As my pal Jim Nagy pointed out, Newsome has great feet. The knock on him is that he had only one interception in three seasons, but ball production will come in time. It's not for lack of breaking up passes. Alabama center Landon Dickerson could fit here as a Corey Linsley replacement, and I'm sure Aaron Rodgers is again lobbying for some help at wide receiver.
CBS Sports - Wilson (3/22)
29. Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
It's hard to imagine the Packers drafting a wideout, but Moore would be electric in Green Bay. The issues aren't with his playmaking abilities, which border on the unreal, but his durability and experience; he played in just seven games his last two seasons in college.
PFF - Renner (3/22)
29. Walker Little, OT, Stanford
The Packers quite obviously don't care about addressing their most glaring roster needs via the draft. They also consistently invest in the trenches early on and covet athletes on both sides of the ball. All that points to the man who's played just one game over the past two seasons but ran the fastest three-cone in modern history for an offensive lineman at his pro day (6.9 seconds).
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