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28 minutes ago, Starchisaga said:

neglected the Offensive Line again....  had a chance in 7th rd to get Beau... 

except for the top 45 pick? but neglected because we didn't take someone in the 7th?

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Depth chart going into camp (only projecting guys I think have a shot to make the roster) Look at that EDGE and DB makeover in the 48 months Gute has been GM, damn. Fackrell, Jones and King are the only ones left.

QB: Rodgers-Kizer-Boyle

RB: Jones-Williams-Williams-Bibbs

FB: Vitale

WR: Adams-Allison-MVS-EQ-Moore-Kumerow-Davis

TE: Graham-Lewis-Sternberger-Tonyan

OT: Bahktiari-Bulaga-Spriggs-Light (Bunch of other guys can play here)

OG: Taylor-Turner-Jenkins-McCray-Madison-Pankey

OC: Linsley-Patrick

DL: Clark-Daniels-Lowry-Adams-Lancaster-Keke-Looney

EDGE: Smith-Smith-Gary-Fackrell-Gilbert-Donnerson

CB: King-Alexander-Jackson-Williams-Brown-Holloman-Redmond

S: Amos-Savage-Jones-Greene

 

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2 minutes ago, Fl0nkerton said:

My initial thought is you guys ***** waaaay too much lol

You need to wake up and realize Gute is ruining this team drafting white guys in round 7

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1 minute ago, Packerraymond said:

Depth chart going into camp (only projecting guys I think have a shot to make the roster) Look at that EDGE and DB makeover in the 48 months Gute has been GM, damn. Fackrell, Jones and King are the only ones left.

QB: Rodgers-Kizer-Boyle

RB: Jones-Williams-Williams-Bibbs

FB: Vitale

WR: Adams-Allison-MVS-EQ-Moore-Kumerow-Davis

TE: Graham-Lewis-Sternberger-Tonyan

OT: Bahktiari-Bulaga-Spriggs-Light (Bunch of other guys can play here)

OG: Taylor-Turner-Jenkins-McCray-Madison-Pankey

OC: Linsley-Patrick

DL: Clark-Daniels-Lowry-Adams-Lancaster-Keke-Looney

EDGE: Smith-Smith-Gary-Fackrell-Gilbert-Donnerson

CB: King-Alexander-Jackson-Williams-Brown-Holloman-Redmond

S: Amos-Savage-Jones-Greene

 

Bolded, I see no shot of any UDFAs to make it.

Other position groups probably have at least 1 spot that would be 'gettable' by a UDFA

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4 minutes ago, incognito_man said:
2 hours ago, squire12 said:

For those who care....if you don't, so be it.

sigma athlete scores for the GB picks thus far

 

Pos rank
                                           
# Name ID Pos. School Age HT WT pSPARQ z-score NFL% Last Name AL HS WING 40 YD 20 YD 10 YD Shuttle 3-Cone BP Vert. Broad
4 Rashan Gary DL37 DE Michigan 21.7 6043 277 141.7 1.7 95.1 Gary 34.13 9.63 81.875 4.58 2.67 1.61 4.29 7.26 26 38 10
12 Darnell Savage DB56 CB Maryland 22.1 5106 198 128.2 1.1 85.5 Savage 31 9.13 74.75 4.36 2.58 1.56 4.14 7.03 11 39.5 10.5
128 Elgton Jenkins OL29 OC Mississippi State 23.7 6044 310       Jenkins 34 10.25 83       4.62 7.77 29 28 9.08
20 Jace Sternberger TE17 TE Texas A&M 23.2 6040 251 106.8 -0.8 22 Sternberger 32.13 9.75 77.25 4.75 2.82 1.7 4.31 7.19 17 31.5 9.42
12 Kingsley Keke DL09 DT Texas A&M 22.9 6025 288 109.8 -0.1 46.4 Keke 34.5 9.75 82.5 4.95 2.89 1.76 4.46 7.38 20 31.5 9.25
19 Kadar Hollman NA CB Toledo   5116 196 123.8 0.6 73.7 Hollman       4.38 2.6 1.56 4.23 6.81 18 38.5 9.92
10 Dexter Williams RB26 RB Notre Dame 22.7 5111 212 127.9 0.5 70.1 Williams 32.25 9.63 76.875 4.57 2.67 1.61 4.16 7 17 36 10.83

 

Top 20 players at their positions except for Jenkins, mostly due to his not having the 40, 20 adn 10 splits

what's savage scored as a Safety?

He was listed as a CB.  He would have been the 6th safety based on the list below.  His pSPARQ of 128.2 .   @incognito_man

# Name ID Pos. School Age HT WT pSPARQ z-score NFL% Last Name AL HS WING 40 YD 20 YD 10 YD Shuttle 3-Cone BP Vert. Broad
1 Juan Thornhill DB59 SS Virginia 23.9 6002 205 146.1 2.6 99.5 Thornhill 31.13 8.75 74.75 4.42 2.6 1.57     21 44 11.75
2 Sheldrick Redwine DB55 FS Miami 22.8 6000 196 134 1.7 95.4 Redwine 31.75 9.38 77.25 4.44 2.56 1.53 4.14     39 10.83
3 Micah Abernathy NA SS Tennessee   5115 195 130.2 1.1 86.3 Abernathy       4.52 2.59 1.59 4.09 6.69 15 38.5 10.83
4 Amani Hooker DB51 SS Iowa 21.2 5113 210 129.4 1 84.5 Hooker 30.13 9.13 72.375 4.48 2.6 1.54 4.1 6.81 14 37 10.25
5 Will Harris DB50 SS Boston College   6010 207 128.8 1 83.1 Harris 31.25 9 74.75 4.41 2.59 1.54 4.12 6.91 20 36.5 10.25
6 Marcus Epps NA SS Wyoming   5116 197 127 0.8 78.4 Epps       4.55 2.71 1.58 4.07 6.77 17 38.5 10.33

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Loved the draft all around and the players. Looks like Gute wants a strong defence and I support that. This defence will be faster, bigger and stronger after this offseason and last years draft.

We picked what we needed to for this draft on Offence to get us by. As other posters noted all season if AR doesn’t Absolutely stink this past year our offence and it’s players aren’t all bad and WR was already heavily invested in with RB the year prior.  

I would believe next year will get us back on track for more balanced drafts between O and D while putting future pic coverage for possible player departures more in play.  

Well played Gute. 

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5 minutes ago, Packerraymond said:

Depth chart going into camp (only projecting guys I think have a shot to make the roster) Look at that EDGE and DB makeover in the 48 months Gute has been GM, damn. Fackrell, Jones and King are the only ones left.

QB: Rodgers-Kizer-Boyle

RB: Jones-Williams-Williams-Bibbs

FB: Vitale

WR: Adams-Allison-MVS-EQ-Moore-Kumerow-Davis

TE: Graham-Lewis-Sternberger-Tonyan

OT: Bahktiari-Bulaga-Spriggs-Light (Bunch of other guys can play here)

OG: Taylor-Turner-Jenkins-McCray-Madison-Pankey

OC: Linsley-Patrick

DL: Clark-Daniels-Lowry-Adams-Lancaster-Keke-Looney

EDGE: Smith-Smith-Gary-Fackrell-Gilbert-Donnerson

CB: King-Alexander-Jackson-Williams-Brown-Holloman-Redmond

S: Amos-Savage-Jones-Greene

 

3 + 4 + 1 + 7 + 4 + 4 + 6 + 2 = 31 for the offense

7 + 6 + 7 + 4 ( you missed the ILB group) + 4 = 28

Martinez -- Burks -- Summers -- ????

 

Add in the 3 specialists gives us 62.  

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13 minutes ago, incognito_man said:

except for the top 45 pick? but neglected because we didn't take someone in the 7th?

I think he was kidding.

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4 hours ago, PackGymRat said:

On one hand at least we paid tribute to our Defense between the Draft and FA

On other hand, where is our WR? I mean outside of Allison and Adams we got meh. So basically no real depth at WR if anyone gets hurt.

Really wish we didn’t trade away the RD 3 picks for a S, could have picked up a safety, WR, and CB in RD 3 with the picks we had.

Not a fan of this obsession with needing a TE so high in the draft. 

They must be banking on our young WRs we drafted last year to mature and be better this year.

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1 minute ago, Pugger said:

They must be banking on our young WRs we drafted last year to mature and be better this year.

Best to pick new ones each year am I right. 

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31 minutes ago, incognito_man said:

except for the top 45 pick? but neglected because we didn't take someone in the 7th?

i had hoped for 3 OL for depth.  injury seems inevitable in GB

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Not a bad draft, not an exceptional one either.  When considering the level of risk, combined with the loss of two 4th round picks, I’d give this draft a solid B grade.

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7 hours ago, ReadyToThump said:

Barring an injury to Graham, there is no way Sternberger starts week 1. Actually, I think he's the least likely to start between the 4 so far. 

Tonyen might be a surprise, agree with your above, somewhat.

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After this draft and his penchant for taking top end athletes I'm anointing him....

RAS Gute.

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