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— An exclusive story and follow-up featuring on fast-rising Ohio safety Michael Mitchell.
— An exclusive story about a workout and pre-draft visit from an athletic nose tackle prospect from north of the border.
— A feature on sledgehammer LSU fullback Quinn Johnson, who attracted significant interest from the Packers at his pro day.
— A feature on an All-American defensive end from Eastern Illinois who worked out for one of the Packers’ top scouts at outside linebacker.
— A feature on supremely athletic Western Illinois linebacker Jason Williams. As you learned exclusively here, he was the first prospect to come to Green Bay for a pre-draft visit.
— An exclusive feature on one of the top nose tackle prospects, Hampton’s Chris Baker, who was worked out by Packers director of college scouting John Dorsey at Hampton’s pro day.
— Results and analysis from the private workout of Wisconsin’s DeAndre Levy, which the Packers attended.
— An exclusive interview with speedy Rutgers cornerback Jason McCourty, who met with the Packers last week.
— Another exclusive interview and feature on Division II cornerback Greg Toler, who went from stocking shelves at JC Penney to a hot draft prospect who met with the Packers last week.
— Yet another exclusive interview and feature on Cleveland State basketball star J’Nathan Bullock, leading up to his workout in front of scouts from the Packers and a dozen other teams.
— A look at the possibilities for the Packers to pick at No. 9, as well as who they might eye in a trade up or down in the first round.
— Commentaries on Mark Tauscher and what new strength and conditioning coach Dave Redding is doing to prevent an encore of last year’s fourth-quarter failures, as well as an analysis of what the Jay Cutler trade means to the Packers.
And that’s just in the last 10 days! Before that, we had an exclusive interview with new offensive lineman/surfer Duke Preston, followed Ted Thompson’s scouting trips to USC and Texas, and introduced you to dozens of other prospects. From April 1 through April 13, we’ve had 26 stories, more than half of which were exclusives. So, while the others write stories about what Nick Barnett is saying on Twitter or lament that there’s nothing going on, we have been providing hard-hitting analysis and introducing you to players who could be wearing a green-and-gold jersey at the end of this month.
On Sunday, we started breaking down the Packers by position and looking at not only the top prospects but the players who could be selected in the later rounds.
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