NFL Draft 2011 Grades: Green Bay Packers Day 3 Analysis

April 30, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's been an interesting draft for the Green Bay Packers, who came into this draft with no glaring holes on their roster.
It was really up to Ted Thompson to pick whoever he liked most of the players on the board with no huge needs to address.
I think he did a nice job all draft, and Day 3 was no exception.
Green Bay used their first pick of Day 3 to select New Mexico State corner back Davon House.
House is a speedster, and I think this was a decent pick. Any time you give a corner a chance to learn behind one of the greatest corners of all-time—Charles Woodson—you're putting him in position to succeed.
As Woodson gets older, it should be nice to get some more depth, House brings that.
Don't expect the second coming of Sam Shields, but expect a good future nickle back.
I give this pick a B+ grade.
With their second pick of the day, the Packers decided to go with a TE. Because, you know, having three tight ends under the age of 25 wasn...

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