Packers: Seven-round pre-combine mock draft 2020

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Round 4 (126): Jack Driscoll, OT – Auburn

Jack Driscoll started his college career at UMass and transitioned into the SEC, arguably the most competitive conference in all of the NCAA and held his own. He was a great run blocker for Auburn. He has a decent amount of size that can gain a lot of momentum when blocking downhill.

However, his ability to pass block isn’t as strong as his run blocking. He is not the most athletic offensive lineman ever but makes up for it with his technique. Ultimately, he may be better off at an interior line position and the Packers could kick Elgton Jenkins out to tackle if they can’t get Bryan Bulaga back next season.

Round 5 (157): Quintez Cephus, WR – Wisconsin

Wisconsin fans would love to see Quintez Cephus join the Packers. He came back to the Badgers last year after he was suspended for the year before. He quickly became WR1 for the Badgers and put up solid numbers.

He has pretty good speed but where he excels is his body control and the catching point. He can go up and get a jump ball with the best of them. He had multiple plays in the Rose Bowl where he came down with contested passes and made big plays for the Badgers. If he fell into the Packers lap at pick 157, they should race to get the card in.

Kyle Crabbs of The Draft Network wrote:

"“A whole lot to like with Cephus’ receiving skills. He’s a natural hands catcher, comfortable catching the ball away from his body and showcasing very good body control to adjust to the football.”"