2018 Draft Prediction Game

Discussion in 'The Warroom' started by Mark87, Mar 31, 2018.

  1. Mark87

    Mark87 Carpe Diem Admin

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    It's that time again for our annual pick the draft game..... as always round/player/ trades etc.
    Thread locks 1 hour before the draft.

    Good luck !
  2. CaptainD

    CaptainD Lifetime Member

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    I usually go first. So here's my jello meet wall draft.

    Round 1 Pick 14 - Harold Landry DE/OLB Boston College
    Round 2 Pick 13 - Carlton Davis CB Auburn
    Round 3 Pick 12 - Geron Christian OT Louisville
    Round 4 Pick 1 - Deontay Burnett WR USC
    Round 4 Pick 33 - Jessie Bates III FS Wake Forest
    Round 5 Pick 1 - Poona Ford DT Texas
    Round 5 Pick 35 - Dalton Schultz TE Stanford
    Round 5 Pick 37 - Davonte Harris CB Illinois State
    Round 6 Pick 12 - Leon Jacobs OLB/DE Wisconsin
    Round 6 Pick 33 - Cedric Wilson WR Boise State
    Round 7 Pick 14 - KC McDermott OG/OT Miami
    Round 7 Pick 21- - Ito Smith RB S.Miss
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  3. rpiotr01

    rpiotr01 Lifetime Member

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    Here's my prediction, which only involves the first round because beyond that, who could know?

    The Packers want to trade up to target the top 3 DBs. The only real target is the Bills at 12, assuming they can't make a move up for a QB and don't make a major mistake drafting Rudolph or Jackson there. They need OL help in a major way and if they can drop a couple spots and still grab McGlinchy at 14 and pick up a little something extra for their trouble, it makes sense for them.

    But let's assume Buffalo either moves up to get a QB or is too proud to admit their mistake moving up (but not far enough) and sits tight at 12 and picks.

    At 14 GB just misses out on the prime group of players. No one wants to trade up to 14, so we have to make a pick. The pundits will tell you that it's going to be Josh Jackson, or Marcus Davenport or Harold Landry based on GB's needs, but those guys are projects and have too much bust potential. My pick at 14 is: Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama.

    Yes we need a slot corner. Yes we need outside rush. Forget it in the first, because the value just isn't there. The middle of GB's defense has been soft as mush since Dez Bishop tore his hamstring in 2012. That stops tomorrow. Evans can run, he can hit, he can shoot a gap and he can rush from the interior. He is not the brains of the operation but Blake can take on that role. Not a big playmaker in terms of getting his hands on the ball and taking it away, but Ro Smith has as many INTs (zero) and 1 more FF (3 v 2) than Evans, and he'll be long gone. Is 14 high for him? Maybe, but IMO this guy will start from day 1, he will play, he will contribute and we will be happy he's there.

    Defense starts up front, and it continues up the middle. The long neglect of this part of the D must end, this year it's a strength of the draft and this year we finally fix it.
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  4. DenverPackFan

    DenverPackFan Member

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    Hi fellow Packer fans! I have spent less time looking at the draft this year than I have in quite a few years. Haven't had time to post but have been reading a little. Not very up on prospects beyond the 2nd round, but I'll give it a go.

    1) Marcus Davenport, DE/OLB, UTSA
    2) Mike Hughes, CB, Central Florida
    3) Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado St.
    4) Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa
    4) Tavarius Moore, FS, Southern Miss
    5) Brian O'Neill, OT, Pittsburgh
    5) Jordan Thomas, TE, Miss State
    5) Jalen Davis, CB, Utah St.
    6) Kevin Toliver II, CB, LSU
    6) David Bright, OT, Stanford
    7) Kemoko Turay, OLB, Rutgers
    7) Dorance Armstrong, OLB, Kansas
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  5. Dubz41

    Dubz41 Member

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    Wow, what a crap shoot this year. I've put more time in than usual on this draft (since we're picking so high) and I still feel less confident than ever. Having a new GM, wondering what his perspectives are on everything from our current roster to his own valuation of recent draft picks. Anyway, I see T. Williams from the Chargers just signed his tender which makes him tradable. So we trade back three spots with Chargers and pick up a WR. That would be ideal. Instead, we stay put and watch the Mighty Fitz fall into our lap.

    #1- Minkah Fitzpatrick CB/S Alabama
    #2- Anthony Miller WR Memphis
    #3- Ogo Okoronkwo OLB Oklahoma
    #4- Ian Thomas TE Indiana
    4B- Holton Hill CB Texas
    #5- Jack Cichy ILB Wisconsin
    5B- Marquies Haynes OLB Mississippi
    5C- Timon Parris OL Stony Brook
    #6- Natrell Jamerson S Wisconsin
    6B- Justin Watson WR Penn
    7A- Mike Ramsey DL Duke
    7B- Brett Toth OT Army
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    GBP4EVER Member

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    Ok Packers traded with Dallas get a extra 3rd and then use that third to move up in second also move their 4th round picks to get a extra 3rd

    1. Leighton Vander Esch-LB Boise State
    2. Will Hernandez-G UTEP
    3A. Carlton Davis-CB Auburn
    3B. Arden Key-LB LSU
    5A. Deon Cain-WR Clemson
    5B. Troy Fumagalli-TE Wisconsin
    5C. Avonte Maddox-CB Pitt
    6A. Korey Cunningham-OT Cincy
    6B. Jack Cichy-LB Wisconsin
    7A. Chris Warren-RB Tenn
    7B. Quin Blanding-S Wirginia
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  7. dannobanano

    dannobanano Member

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    Thanks to Mark87 I can now get in on the fun!
    Thanks again Mark. thumbsup

    #14. Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Boise St.
    #45. Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn
    #76. Kemoko Turay, Edge, Rutgers
    #101. Tre'Quan Smith, WR, UCF
    #133. Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon
    #138. Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU
    #172. Christopher Herndon, TE, Miami (FL)
    #174. Siran Neal, S, Jacksonville St.
    #186. John Franklin-Myer, DT/DE, Stephen F. Austin
    #207. Skyler Phillips, G, Idaho St.
    #232. Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech
    #239. Martez Carter, RB/KR, Grambling St.
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  8. Mark87

    Mark87 Carpe Diem Admin

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    *Note a lot of smoke the last 48 hours about GB wanting WARD and moving up. I think the price is high and James slides down to us.

    1) Derwin James S Florida State
    2) DJ Chark WR LSU
    3) Darius Leonard OLB South Carolina State
    4) Kevin Toliver II CB LSU
    4) Dalton Schultz TE Stanford
    5) Geron Christian OT Louisville
    5) Poona Ford DT Texas
    5) Leon Jacobs OLB/DE Wisconsin
    6) Nic Shimonek, QB, Texas Tech
    6) Michael Joseph CB Dubuque
    7) Jamil Demby OG Maine
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  9. Scoremore12

    Scoremore12 Lifetime Member

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    Round 1 Denzel Ward CB Ohio State
    Round 2 DJ Chark WR LSU
    Round 3 (76) - Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
    Round 4 (101) - Tony Brown, CB, Alabama
    Round 4 (133) - Josh Sweat*, 3-4OLB, Florida State
    Round 5 (138) - Skyler Phillips, G, Idaho State
    Round 5 (172) - Jack Cichy, ILB/OLB, Wisconsin
    Round 5 (174) - Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane
    Round 6 (186) - Chase Litton*, QB, Marshall
    Round 6 (207) - Zachary Crabtree, OT Oklahoma State
    Round 7 (232) - Jordan Thomas, TE, Mississippi State
    Round 7 (239) - Phillip Lindsay, RB, Colorado
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  10. 57packer

    57packer 2018 Draft Guru

    +891 / 1
    OK, I'll believe McGinn and what was written up on "visits". Of course there's talk of trades so who knows, maybe we move up for Ward, maybe we have to drop down a bit for a guy like McGlinchey or Alexander.

    1 - Minkah Fitzpatrick - DB/Ala
    2 - Lorenzo Carter - OLB/GA
    3 - Chukwuma Okorafor - OT/W.Mich.
    4a - Michael Gallup - WR/Colo.St.
    4b - Ian Thomas - TE/Ind.
    5a - Chase Litton - QB/Marshall
    5b - Andrew Brown - DL/Vir.
    5c - Jack Cichy - ILB/Wis.
    6a - Nico Falah - OC/USC
    6b - Marquis Valdes-Scantling - WR/S.Fla.
    7a - Austin Ramesh - FB/Wis.
    7b - Mike Ford - CB/SE.Mizz.St.

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