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2020 Packers Draft Contest

Quite a few posters got in this contest in the past so if anyone is interested we could run it again this year. In other draft contests some wanted trades some did not, some with unlimited trades to get extra points etc. This contest fixes all those problems.

How it works:

How ever many draft picks the Packers have going into the draft is the number of pick numbers that everyone has. So say the Packers has 10 picks heading into the draft, everyone will have that many. This draft contest uses pick numbers not the draft round numbers. In other words, pick number 1 is not necessarily in round # 1 of the draft. For each pick (10 as of right now, but could change before the actual draft) you get to pick 5 players that you think could be the Packers first draft pick. Point scoring is 8 points for your first choice selection if correct, 7 for second, 6 for third, 5 for forth and 4 for fifth. So you have 10 X 5 selections = 50 players you select for the draft. If a player you pick for pick # 1 is drafted as the Packers second pick (or later, but must be within 3 pick #s), you get the points for that pick minus 2.

For example: my choices for the Packers first draft pick were;

Pick # 1

(A) Tee Higgins, WR
(B) Cesar Ruiz, OC
(C) Justin Jefferson, WR
(D) Austin Jackson, OT
(E) Jordan Love, QB

You do this for each pick the Packers have leading up to the draft (like I mentioned right now the Packers have 10 draft picks).

In this case if Jefferson was the Packers first pick in the draft, I would get 6 points (third choice and right pick number). BUT, say for example the Packers picked Jefferson with their second pick instead of their first, I would receive 4 points (6 points minus 2 for the wrong pick #).

Say the Packers made 3 trades during the draft and ended up with 13 picks. This draft has a built in trade resolution as it has of now 50 draft selections (10 X 5 = 50). So points can be made from your 50 picks if the Packer picks 10, 11 or 12 players. You will get the pick number wrong of course but you can still get points from picking that player in earlier picks.

For example again.

Your forth choice for pick number 7, which would be 7(D), was Jared Rice, TE.

Packers picked him with their 11th pick after making a trade to get extra draft picks, you would receive 5 points minus 2 points for the wrong pick number which = 3 points.

Each pick should include his name and position.

This way all the people in the draft contest are on equal footing, no advantages to anyone with trades. Also you may pick the same player within two different pick numbers. For example you can use Jordan Love for 1(D) and 2(A) and get points for both of those picks but on the down side you are limiting yourself with less players to gain points if that player is not drafted by the Packers, so a little strategy there. But no player can be included in more than 2 pick numbers.

Also to receive points for a player, that player can not be a pick # that is 3 or more previous to your pick # with that player. For example any of your five choices for pick #4 will not count if it was the Packers #1 pick. Any Pick # 5 player can not be a pick # 1 or a pick # 2 player, etc. This eliminates people from loading up on possible # 1 picks in the later rounds. All Picks higher then #9 if trades are made will count in this case as pick # 9.

This is a fun way of doing it because everyone gets to see everyone's top five choices for each draft pick the Packers has. Everyone summits their 5 player choices for each of the 9 picks before the draft begins. If any of the drafts are edited after the draft begins (edit times are at the bottom of each post) that entry will receive 0 points. Each person can add up their own points after the draft and summit it. The top points can be checked by all in the thread if the points are valid and that person is declared the Packer Draft Champion.

Its a fun draft and not much to it. Put in your top 5 selections for each of the Packers 10 draft picks and add your points. If interested reserve a post. Here are the Packer 10 picks.

1st round, No. 30
2nd round, No.62
3rd round, No. 94
4th round, No. 136
5th round, No. 175
6th round, No. 192
6th round, No. 208
6th round, No. 209

7th round, No. 236

7th round, No. 242

Edited by PackerLegend

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Posted (edited)

Pick # 1

(A) Denzel Mims, WR 
(B) Laviska Shenault Jr, WR
(C) A.J. Epenesa, DE
(D) Tee Higgins, WR
(E)  Justin Jefferson, WR

Pick # 2

(A) Chase Claypool, WR
(B) Kyle Dugger, S
(C) Tyler Biadasz, C
(D) Brandon Aiyuk, WR
(E) Prince Tega Wanogho, OT

Pick # 3

(A) Albert Okwuegbunam, TE 
(B) Logan Stenberg, OG
(C) Anfernee Jennings, LB
(D) Troy Dye, ILB
(E)  Marlon Davidson, DE

Pick # 4

(A) DJ Wonnum, DE
(B) Shane Lemieux, OG
(C) Jason Strowbridge, DE
(D)  Michael Divinity, LB
(E)  Jacob Phillips, ILB

Pick # 5

(A) Kalija Lipscomb, WR
(B) Yasir Durant, OT
(C) Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR
(D) Stephen Guidry, WR
(E) Brycen Hopkins, TE

Pick # 6

(A) Jared Hilbers, OT
(B) Calvin Throckmorton, OT
(C) Quez Watkins, WR
(D) Terrance Steele, OT
(E) Tyrie Cleveland, WR

Pick # 7

(A) Joe Reed, WR
(B) John Hightower, WR
(C) James Morgan, QB
(D) Evan Weaver, ILB
(E) Jacob Breeland, TE

Pick # 8

(A) Charlie Heck, OT
(B) Jalen Elliot, S
(C) Devin Duvernay, WR
(D) L'Jarius Sneed, CB
(E)  Antonio Gibson, RB

Pick # 9

(A) Daishawn Dixon, OG
(B) Elijah Mitchell, RB
(C) Julien Blackmon, S
(D) Reggie Floyd, S
(E) Dezmon Patmon, WR

Pick # 10

(A) Markus Bailey, ILB
(B) Damar Hamlin, S
(C) Marcelino Ball, S
(D) Javon Leake, RB
(E) Case Cookus, QB 

Edited by PackerLegend

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Pick # 1

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Pick # 1

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Posted (edited)

Pick # 1

(A). Jalen Reagor
(B). Ross Blacklock
(C). Patrick Queen
(D). Justin Jefferson
(E). Laviska Shenault

Pick # 2

(A). Raekwon Davis
(B). AJ Terrell
(C). Malik Harrison
(D). Terrell Lewis
(E). Josh Jones

Pick # 3

(A). Ezra Cleveland
(B). Zach Moss
(C). Jordan Elliott
(D). Troy Dye
(E). K'Von Wallace

Pick # 4

(A). Antoine Brooks
(B). Julian Blackmon
(C). Quartney Davis
(D). Ke'Shawn Vaughn
(E). Anfernee Jennings

Pick # 5

(A). Justin Strnad
(B). Javelin Guidry
(C). James Morgan
(D). Essang Bassey
(E). Jonathan Garvin

Pick # 6

(A). Shaquille Quarterman
(B). Kamal Martin
(C). Lavert Hill
(D). Bravvion Roy
(E). Quintez Cephus

Pick # 7

(A). Reggie Robinson
(B). Nevelle Clark
(C). Jonathan Garvin
(D). McTelvin Agim
(E). Lynn Bowden

Pick # 8

(A). Dezmon Patmon
(B). Scott Frantz
(C). Jon Runyan
(D). Jake Hanson
(E). Josiah Coatney

Pick # 9

(A). Tommy Stevens
(B). Kevin Davidson
(C). Tanner Muse
(D). Charlie Heck
(E). Calvin Throckmorton

Pick # 10

(A). John Hightower
(B). Michael Divinity Jr.
(C). Michael Danna
(D). Dante Olson
(E). Stanford Samuels

Edited by Joe

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Posted (edited)

Pick # 1

(A) AJ Espenesa
(B) Marlon Davidson
(C) Grant Delpit
(D) Josh Jones
(E)
Austin Jackson

Pick # 2

(A) Jaylon Johnson
(B)
Justin Madubuike
(C) Noah Igbinoghene
(D) Jacob Eason
(E) Ezra Cleveland

Pick # 3

(A)
Ashtyn Davis
(B) Michael Pittman Jr
(C) Bryan Edwards
(D) Logan Wilson
(E) Donovan Peoples-Jones

Pick # 4

(A)
Alton Robinson
(B) Antonio Golden-Gandy
(C) Danny Pinter
(D) Lynn Bowden
(E)  Devin Asiasi

Pick # 5

(A)
Evan Weaver
(B) Bravvion Roy
(C) Stantley Thomas-Oliver III
(D) Ke'Shawn Vaughn
(E) JR Reed

Pick # 6

(A)
Zach Sheckleford
(B) Calvin Throckmorton
(C) Jon Runyan
(D) Aaron Parker
(E) Tanner Muse

Pick # 7

(A)
Myles Dorn
(B) Cameron Brown
(C) Dante Olson
(D) Cohl Cabral
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Pick # 8

(A)
Kendall Coleman
(B) Deejay Dallas
(C) Jacob Phillips
(D) Tyre Phillips
(E)  David Woodward

Pick # 9

(A)
Mohammed Barry
(B) Myles Bryant
(C) Grayland Arnold
(D) Malcolm Roach
(E) Justin Herron

Pick # 10

(A)
Jacob Breeland
(B) Lavert Hill
(C) Colby Parkinson
(D) James Robinson
(E)  Terrance Steele

Edited by Outpost31

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Pick # 1

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I almost think there should be a pre-day-before contest and a day-before contest. Up until the day before, all the mocks are for readability and not actual predictions. Anybody who submits before the day before is at a massive disadvantage. 

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1 hour ago, AlexGreen#20 said:

I almost think there should be a pre-day-before contest and a day-before contest. Up until the day before, all the mocks are for readability and not actual predictions. Anybody who submits before the day before is at a massive disadvantage. 

50% of these reserved spots will not be filled out fully.  

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