We all evaluate draft prospects differently as well as the best way for the Green Bay Packers to balance finding immediate help, while also planning for the future. That’s a big part of what makes this pre-draft process so fun, the wide ranging views that can surround the same prospect or approach in the draft. So because of how we go about the evaluation process or how we view the Packers needs, it creates biases. We all have players that we love and others that we aren’t as high on, or a position that we believe must be addressed right away. And those biases creep into our mock drafts—the same goes for draft analysts as well, just look at all the mock drafts with Green Bay taking a receiver in Round 1 because they believe Aaron Rodgers needs more help.