Mock Draft Muncher 2.0 Spits Out Mosley

It's a change of player, but not position, for Green Bay as we munch together 13 two-round mock drafts

The second running of our Mock Draft Muncher spit out the same position but a different player for the Green Bay Packers' first-round pick.

With Thursday's munching of 13 two-round mock drafts, the Packers wound up with Alabama inside linebacker C.J. Mosley in the first round.

In our first munching, the Packers landed Ohio State's versatile linebacker, Ryan Shazier.

Other names churned out for Green Bay in our second running of the Mock Draft Muncher were Louisville safety Calvin Pryor (two selections), Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward (two), Shazier (two) and Texas Tech tight end Jace Amaro (one).

For the second round, Green Bay landed Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins (three selections) ahead of Notre Dame tight end Troy Niklas (two), Colorado State center Weston Richburg (two), Louisville outside linebacker Marcus Smith (two), Penn State defensive tackle DaQuan Jones (one), USC center Marcus Martin (one), Vanderbilt receiver Jordan Matthews (one) and LSU receiver Jarvis Landry (one).

With the No. 1 overall pick, Houston took South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney in 11 of the 13 mocks, with Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles getting the other two selections.


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