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BTSC 2011 Community Mock Draft Pick No. 64 -- Green Bay Packers Select Clint Boling, OG, Georgia


Last but certainly not least, many thanks to c63tho for his great writeup here at No. 64 for the Green Bay Packers. WIth the second round just about to start, we squeezed it all in! Great work everybody. We'll review our community mock sometime next week. - Michael B. -


With the 64th overall draft selection, the Green Bay Packers select OL Clint Boling, Georgia.

From Mocking the Draft: "Boling looks to be a solid 2nd round selection and should be able to contribute at guard from day one.  He is a sound technician with the strength and quickness to both effectively pass and run block.  Ideally, Boling would add some more bulk to his frame but he possesses to proper technique to overcome.  Any team looking to improve their guard play would benefit from adding Boling to the mix." Boling is quick, fluid, controlled, and balanced, with a nasty streak, good technique, and really plays low.

We know which positions the Packers are pretty much set for: QB, TE, DL, CB, and Safety. Aaron Rodgers, Jermichael Finley/Andrew Quarless, BJ Raji/Phil Taylor/Mike Neal, Charles Woodson/Tramon Williams/Sam Shields, and Nick Collins/Morgan Burnett respectively fill out these positions.

What's left? The positions of running back, wide receiver, linebacker and offensive line.

Green Bay's current running back platoon consists of Ryan Grant, James Starks, Brandon Jackson, and John Kuhn. Although Jackson is probably leaving, I think the Packers will sit on the tandem of Grant/Starks, given Starks' potential and the lack of guaranteed impact backs available.

The Green Bay receivers decimated the Steelers secondary. Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, and James Jones are a crew that is one of the best groups in the game today. However, Driver is old, and Jones is leaving. A big and/or tough receiver to replace Driver is a possible target, but none are worth it at the bottom of the second. A kick returner/smaller receiver is also a possible target, given that Tramon Williams is now a starting corner who's too good to risk. Again, none are worth a pick, especially given that returners are so plentiful in the later rounds.

Linebackers are a strength, clearly with guys like Bishop, AJ Hawk, Barnett (although he may leave), and Brandon Chillar all coming back in the middle and a lot of young linebackers outside (Frank Zombo, Erik Walden, Brad Jones). Oh, did I forget anyone? "Claymaker", perhaps? Anyways, ILBs are only a depth need, since Bishop/Hawk are starting, Barnett leaves, and Chillar backs up solidly. One more prospect/backup would be a nice selection, but not at number 2. For OLB, obviously Matthews is a superstar, a "Woodley" to Matthews' "Harrison" is necessary. Unfortunately, no game-changing linebackers are available, and adding another competitor to the mix at LOLB won't help, since they might not even play.

Finally, there's offensive line. The tackles are old: Mark Tauscher and Chad Clifton, and Bryan Bulaga can only play one side. The backups, Marshall Newhouse and TJ Lang aren't starting quality. At guard, Daryn Colledge is likely leaving as a free agent, and Josh Sitton is a rising, if unheralded, talent that is a favourite of the Packers faithful. Scott Wells, the center, is solid, but also 30 years old. Similarly, Nick MacDonald , Jason Spitz, and Evan Dietrich-Smith aren't starting quality guards right now either, although MacDonald is a McCarthy favourite to replace Wells at center. Boling will fit in and start right away at guard, but can also shift over to tackle, as he did when Georgia's starting tackles went down.

BTSC 2011 Community Mock Draft Selections:

  1. Carolina Panthers -- Cam Newton, QB, Auburn
  2. Denver Broncos -- Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama
  3. Buffalo Bills -- Von Miller, LB, Texas A&M
  4. Cincinnati Bengals -- Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson
  5. Arizona Cardinals -- Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
  6. Cleveland Browns -- 'The Snow Cone Machine'A.J. Green, WR, Georgia
  7. San Francisco 49ers -- Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri
  8. Tennessee Titans -- Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn
  9. Dallas Cowboys -- Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
  10. Washington Redskins -- Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina
  11. Houston Texans -- Aldon Smith, DE/OLB, Missouri
  12. Minnesota Vikings -- Tyron Smith, OT, USC
  13. Detroit Lions -- JJ Watt, DE, Wisconsin
  14. St. Louis Rams -- Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
  15. Miami Dolphons -- Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama
  16. Jacksonville Jaguars -- Brooks Reed , DE, Arizona
  17. New England Patriots -- Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin
  18. San Diego Chargers -- Ryan Kerrigan, DE/OLB, Purdue
  19. New York Giants -- Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA
  20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College
  21. Kansas City Chiefs -- Martez Wilson, LB, Illinois
  22. Indianapolis Colts -- Cameron Jordan, DL, California
  23. Philadelphia Eagles -- Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado
  24. New Orleans Saints -- Justin Houston, DE/OLB, Georgia
  25. Seattle Seahawks -- Jake Locker, QB, Washington
  26. Baltimore Ravens -- Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland
  27. Atlanta Falcons -- Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa
  28. New England Patriots -- Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida
  29. Chicago Bears --Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State
  30. New York Jets -- Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple
  31. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Nate Solder, OT, Colorado
  32. Green Bay Packers -- Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor


  1. New England Patriots -- Cameron Hayward, DE, Ohio State (33rd overall)
  2. Buffalo Bills -- Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame (34th overall)
  3. Cincinnati Bengals -- Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State (35th overall)
  4. Denver Broncos -- Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois (36th overall)
  5. Cleveland Browns -- Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois (37th overall)
  6. Arizona Cardinals -- Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada (38th overall)
  7. Tennessee Titans -- Andy Dalton, QB, Texas Christian (39th overall)
  8. Dallas Cowboys -- Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor (40th overall)
  9. Washington Redskins -- Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh (41st overall)
  10. Houston Texans -- Aaron Williams, CB, Texas (42nd overall)
  11. Minnesota Vikings -- Brandon Harris, CB, Miami (43rd overall)
  12. Detroit Lions -- Bruce Carter, OLB, North Carolina (44th overall)
  13. San Francisco 49ers -- Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA (45th overall)
  14. Denver Broncos -- Benjamin Ijalana, OL, Villanova (46th overall)
  15. St. Louis Rams -- Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina (47th overall)
  16. Oakland Raiders -- Stefan Wisniewski, OG/C, Penn State (48th overall)
  17. Jacksonville Jaguars -- Ryan Mallet, QB, Arkansas (49th overall)
  18. San Diego Chargers -- Leonard Hankerson, WR, University of Miami (50th overall)
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh (51st overall)
  20. New York Giants -- Mason Foster, LB, Washington (52nd overall)
  21. Indianapolis Colts -- Rodney Hudson, G/C, Florida State (53rd overall)
  22. Philadelphia Eagles -- Marcus Cannon, OG, Texas Christian (54th overall)
  23. Kansas City Chiefs -- Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State (55th overall)
  24. New Orleans Saints -- Robert Sands, S, West Virginia (56th overall)
  25. Seattle Seahawks -- Brandon Burton, CB, Utah (57th overall)
  26. Baltimore Ravens -- Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa (58th overall)
  27. Atlanta Falcons -- Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky (59th overall)
  28. New England Patriots -- Ras-I Downling, CB, Virginia (60th overall)
  29. San Diego Chargers -- Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida (61st overall)
  30. Chicago Bears -- Drake Nevis, DT, Louisiana State (62nd overall)
  31. Pittsburgh Steelers -- James Carpenter, OT, Alabama (63rd overall)