Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Packers Draft needs: CB (1st round only)

Here are some possible targets the packers could go after in the 1st round
Jimmy Smith DB, Colorado: At 6'2 205 Smith is about the size of Charles Woodson and is projected to run the 40 in 4.49 and we all know the Packers need depth at DB. Smith can play either corner or Safety. Smith is the 4th best DB in the country according to NFL Draft Scout and is a projected 1st or 2nd round pick. at Safety Smith is about the size of of Adrian Wilson.
Brandon Harris CB, Miami (FL): Harris is about the size of Tramon Williams or Josh Gordy (Harris is 5'11 195) he may prove to be an excellent pickup but will probably be a return specialist (returned kicks his first two years at Miami) or a dime back and play nickle or start opposite Tramon Williams once Charles Woodson moves to S or retires.
Aaron Williams CB, Texas: At 6'1, 195 he is the height of Woodson and the weight of tramon Williams he is one of the top corners in the draft and is a projected 1st rounder he does struggle in run support but that can be fixed.
Curtis Brown CB, Texas: Brown is 6'0 184 but he could be switched to WR if need be. Brown is very fast as his projected 40 is a 4.42 but could be as low as 4.34. He could be a return specialist the Packers need desperately.
Ras-I Dowling CB, Virginia: Dowling is about the same size as Jimmy Smith but battled injuries in 2010 he may be worth the risk for Ted to take.

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