Round 4, No’s 101 and 133: DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State and Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia
With their first pick in the fourth round, the Packers add another weapon for Aaron Rodgers in DaeSean Hamilton.
Hamilton is a big body (6-foot-1) slot player who lacks elite athleticism and explosiveness. He makes up for that with his excellent route running and great hands. He also uses his body well on the inside against smaller corners.
Desmond Harrison is the only player in both the best-case and worst-case mock draft scenarios and for two very different reasons.
His talent warrants him being selected this high, but it’s his off the field issues that might scare teams away. He was suspended at Texas before leaving the university and taking two years off from football. He then returned to West Georgia and re-made a name for himself in the eyes of NFL scouts.
Although the Packers already drafted an offensive tackle earlier in the draft, Williams has a better chance to move inside while Harrison is a true offensive tackle.