Round 6 (197): Delmar Glaze, OL, Maryland
In the later rounds of the NFL Draft, you're always looking for diamonds in the rough, players you want to develop, guys with great athletic traits, special teams expertise, or guys who can add value to your scout team. Green Bay hit on Dontayvion Wicks, Karl Brooks, and Carrington Valentine on Day 3 of last year's draft.
I think Maryland's Delmar Glaze fits into a couple of those categories as a promising swing lineman with experience at both tackle spots.
Some project him to guard at the next level, and maybe the Packers will agree. This team does a great job of identifying OL fits in the middle-to-later rounds of the NFL Draft.
Round 6 (215): Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice
How many kids does Ed McCaffrey have? Sheesh!
Luke McCaffrey, who started off his college career as a quarterback at Nebraska, has made a seamless transition to the same position his dear old dad once played and the same position some of his other brothers played.
He put together two really good seasons at Rice playing receiver, culminating in a year in 2023 in which he had over 1,100 all-purpose yards, 13 total touchdowns, and clear progression in his game. This would be a worthwhile late-round dart throw.