Pro: Speed, speed, Speed
If last season proved anything, especially late in the year, it was that the Packers needed to get faster. And they’ve done just that with the pick of Alexander.
He posted a 6.71 three-cone and a 4.38 40 time, Alexander was one of the top performers in both drills during the combine, comparing well with Denzel Ward who went 14 picks earlier. Especially with a veteran such as House in the secondary, speed is a necessary component to success.
Hopefully, as the draft continues on, the Packers continue to build on Alexander’s skill set.
Anyways, with Alexander in the fold and Williams back in Green Bay, the speed of the Packers secondary has gone up exponentially. Throwing in a potential second-year jump from Kevin King should also help the Packers keep up with any receiver they’re lined up against over the course of the 2018 season.