13. Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa (Previous: 11)
Joshua Jackson drops two spots on the second and final edition of the Packers big board and it’s not due to any fault of his own.
I’ve been going back and forth on Jackson for most of the draft process and I believe I have finally landed. He’s should be a good player with a chance to become special, but also an equal chance to become a bust. He only has one good year at Iowa, but was completely dominate.
Jackson’s true value lies toward the end of the first round and Green Bay might be the only team desperate enough to select him here if their other top targets are off the board.
In an ideal world, the Packers would select another top player here and then move back into the first to pick up Jackson toward the very end. But the world isn’t always ideal.