4. Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
Quenton Meeks has great size and a great skill set to be a late round steal. He’s expected to fall between rounds four and five, making him more than available for the Packers to nab.
Meeks finished his three-year career with seven interceptions. Those were in large part thanks to his ability to stay in the receivers hip pocket. He also went through the entire 2017 season without being penalized. Talk about playing disciplined.
Scouts have also pointed out how he has the ability not to panic during plays. With that, they have said he can adjust on the fly as well. He also does a nice job bringing down the ball carrier quickly.
Some concerns for Meeks are he may not be the most physical player. There were some plays during the season in which he was overpowered by the wide receiver and was knocked out of position. With that, his initial acceleration is less than impressive.
Throughout it all, Meeks instincts make up for any concern over his game. Also, the fact he is a good run stopper makes his NFL ceiling much higher.