We have the 17th pick in the draft now.
Trade: Our 1st w/ GB for their 1st (27) and 2nd.
Green Bay needs offensive line help and they don't want to miss the run on premier offensive lineman. We should be happy to jump back.
1. Matt Elam, SS, Florida
Safety depth is a problem. Matt Elam is a solution. One of the only bright spots for Florida in their lopsided bowl loss to Louisville. Elam was flying around and constantly in the backfield and being a headhunter.
2-17. Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford
Heath is hurt and this is not an overreaction. If we can pair Ertz with a healthy Heath we can run two TE sets with a legitimate pass catching threat to complement him. Ertz is a steal here and a huge target.
2-27. Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers
A tackling machine with good instincts. This guy will be disruptive. Though he played from the middle he still had 6 sacks this year. He will need a bit to develop as an OLB but could be great.
3. Bacarri Rambo, FS, Georgia
Steelers double dip at safety. Elam is a strong safety that makes disruptive plays and is hard hitting intimidating safety. Rambo is a free safety but that doesn't mean he can't deliver the hard hits. He plays tough and is a ballhawk. With these two guys safety should be set for years.
4.Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
Oregon's philosophy is speed kills. The one thing our running backs didn't have was breakaway speed. Barner can be that. He has vision and hits the hole quickly. Not as fast but he can be our Jamaal Charles. With Barner, Dwyer, Redman and Rainey we should have a solid backfield.
5. Alec Lemon, WR, Syracuse
A physical receiver. Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders are shifty, speed guys. Lemon is bigger, presence receiver, that if he pans out can complete our receiver core.
6. Michael Mauti, ILB, Penn State
Drops due to a knee injury, but is a solid prospect.
7. Craig Roh, DE, Michigan
Added about 20 pounds to make the move this season from LB and is pretty well sized at 6-4, 280. Developmental pick.