daryls61 Posted March 18 Share Posted March 18 In this Mock I am trading Big Game Gabe to the packers for a 2nd round pick. Packers have cap room to extend Big Game Gabe and they can Match him with Watson and Dobbs to help Jordan Love. 1. Jack Campbell, ILB, Iowa Height: 6-5. Weight: 249. Arm: 31.88. Hand: 10.25. Official 40 Time: 4.65. Projected Round (2023): 1-3. 2/18/23: In 2022, Campbell collected 125 tackles, one pass broken up, one sack, one forced fumble, and a superb interception off of C.J. Stroud. Team sources like Campbell and think he will go in the first three rounds of the 2023 NFL Draft. They call him a taller version of Chad Muma. FYI - I had Muma in my mock last year so this pick is a no-brainer. 7/8/22: Campbell was a tackling machine for the Hawkeyes in 2021 with 140 tackles, a sack, one forced fumble, two interceptions and five passes defensed. He is a large linebacker with the height and size to function in the tackle box. If Campbell covers well, he could rise. 2. Marvin Mims, WR, Oklahoma Height: 5-11. Weight: 183. Arm: 31.63. Hand: 9. Official 40 Time: 4.38. Projected Round (2023): 2-3. 3/11/23: Mims had some decent seasons in 2020 (37-610-9) and 2021 (32-705-5) before producing his best season in his final year at Oklahoma, recording 54 catches for 1,083 yards and six touchdowns. Mims is a smaller slot receiver, but he possesses serious speed to challenge defenses vertically. 2. Jarrett Patterson, G/C, Notre Dame Height: 6-5. Weight: 306. Arm: 31.38. Hand: 10. Official 40 Time: 5.33. Projected Round (2023): 2-4. 2/11/23: Patterson was injured and missed the 2022 season opener against Ohio State, but after that he had a solid season for the Fighting Irish. He played guard for Notre Dame and has the flexibility to play guard or center for the NFL. Patterson is a technician with good knee bend, hand placement, and footwork. He is strong in the ground game and rock solid in pass protection. He looks like a plug-and-play competitor for the NFL. Some team sources say they are projecting Patterson to the second day of the 2023 NFL Draft. However, Patterson was unimpressive at the Senior Bowl. 6/29/22: Patterson enters the 2022 season having been a 3-year starter, and Notre Dame has graded that he has not allowed a sack throughout his career. Patterson is a polished technician who is a solid blocker in the ground game and in pass protection. If Patterson stays healthy, he will be extremely experienced as a 4-year starter and could compete for a starting job immediately in the NFL. 3. Jordan Battle, S, Alabama Height: 6-1. Weight: 209. Arm: 32. Hand: 8.5. Official 40 Time: 4.55. Projected Round (2023): 3-5. 2/11/23: Battle recorded 71 tackles, two passes broken up and an interception in 2022. He was solid for the Crimson Tide, but did not make many splash plays. 7/1/22: Battle notched 85 tackles, three interceptions and three passes broken up in 2021. He played solid football for Alabama, but he was not overly impressive. Battle is more of a strong safety type for the NFL. He was a tough defender for Alabama in 2020, totaling 58 tackles, an interception and four passes defended. Over the course of the season, Battle illustrated that he has a good skill set and upside to improve as he gains experience. 4. Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR, West Virginia Height: 6-4. Weight: 221. Arm: 33.5. Hand: 9.38. 40 Time: 4.38. Projected Round (2023): 4-6. 3/11/23: Ford-Wheaton had an excellent combine, showing off serious speed for a big receiver. In 2022, he totaled 62 catches for 675 yards and seven touchdowns. It was his best season of production, as he did not have a big season in 2021 (42-575-3) or in 2020 (27-416-3). 5. Roschon Johnson, RB, Texas Height: 6-0. Weight: 219. Arm: 32. Hand: 9.63. Official 40 Time: 4.58. Projected Round (2023): 4-6. 3/11/23: In 2022, Johnson averaged 5.9 yards per carry for 559 yards and five touchdowns. He had 14 receptions for 128 yards and a score too. Johnson is a tough and physical runner who could be solid backup in the NFL. He put up a faster than expected 40 time at the combine. 6/22/22: Johnson would be a starter at most schools, but with the Longhorns featuring perhaps the best back in the nation in Bijan Robinson, Johnson is the backup. Johnson put together solid production as a complementary back over the past three seasons. He is a big running back who has more receiving ability than many large backs. 6. Keondre Coburn, DT, Texas Height: 6-1. Weight: 344. Arm: 31.5. Hand: 9.13. Official 40 Time: 5.22. Projected Round (2023): 7-FA. 2/18/23: In 2022, Coburn totaled 27 tackles, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. 7/5/22: Coburn is a heavy run-stuffing nose tackle. In 2021, he recorded 15 tackles and a sack after recording 24 and 25 tackles during the previous two seasons, respectively. Coburn should lose weight for the NFL. 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