3. Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech
With the Packers fairly thin at guard, Wyatt Teller would make sense as a late-round pick.
Teller comes into the draft 6-foot-5 and 315 pounds, an ideal build for an NFL guard. And as you can see from this video, he pulls very quickly and with power:
In fact, he was described as, “Built like a block of granite with a well-proportioned, muscular frame.” That alone makes him a target for most teams.
Teller utilizes his hands very well and bullies his opponents. His insane strength made it easy for him to punch and press bigger defenders easily.
However, Teller was not the same type of player in 2017 as he was in 2016. This was mostly because of the lack of aggression he showed. Even still, Teller only allowed five pressures all of last season. So, despite the concerns, there should be none about his level of play.
Teller also works up to the second level nice and quickly. That goes along with his powerful run blocking and low pad level.
Without a doubt, Teller would be an excellent late round pick for the Packers.