Peter Kiper: Draught Kings Hello to all of you out there watching the coverage of the GML offseason. Now I know what some of you are wondering, where the hell has the King of Kipers been? Apparently watching my brother Randy making a mockery of Mocks, that and opening my brand new bar here at the GML headquarters, book a table today! Now they said Peter, you can open a bar here but you need to get back to writing. So I told them I'll get back to writing as soon as I get back to drinking, but they don't want me to drink until I at least give you find folks a piece of my grand football mind. So here goes... Look at that a question from a fan and it's at the bottom of this beer... [chugs back] Well then, it looks like those pesky Packers fans are looking for some answers. "Hello Mr. Peter, I am a 13 year old fan and want my Packers to do good, is there some guys who will be good cheeseheads for us in this draft? I am still sad my favorite player was cut, I miss AJ Hawk. Why did they break my heart? Biggest Cheese Packer ever, Rue Paul" Well Rue, the Packers hate you. I don't know what kind of a world we live in when AJ isn't a Packer, why if there was a more real reality than this then I could never see Hawk being cut. As for the draft, let's take a look at my Kiper draught screen and see who I've got going to la Packers. Round 1 - Number 21: WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona State I heard the rumors, Dez Bryant to the Packers. If it happens then I'm a sober and well respected member of MENSA, HA! They shipped out Jordy Nelson for looking to much like the Packer faithful and bring in a guy who hates the cold but can jump for some balls in the end zone. I think this is what the Packers GM has been alluding to with his balls comment. Round 1 - Number 30: LB Eric Kendricks, UCLA Some times when you work out of your home office it's easier to go to the backyard for a coffee, while he's there the Packer's GM saw what he liked watching Mychal's brother. "In and out, some times you have to go off menu," was what I remember him saying, it's a strange way of talking about a hitting style and thinking outside the same box as other GMs but I'll take it for what it's worth... animal style indeed. Round 2 - Number 62 RB Tevin Coleman, Indiana Many of you might not know this but the Packers GM grew up a big fan of R&B and Soul music in the nineties, which would explain why he sent in Tevin Campbell's name on the draft card. Not knowing what to do the GML awards him Tevin Coleman instead, even though they have Lacy at the back he can always use another back. Broke a bone, ran for a ton of yards. Tough kid, and Packers GM doesn't mind. Round 6 - Number One Hundred and Ninety QB Nick Marshall, Auburn Packers could use a guy behind Aaron Rodgers just in case something happens, but the big wig of the cheeseheads feels like he might as well get a corner, but why not do it with the same pick! If he's not going to play with Rodgers, he might as well play somewhere. Round 7 - Number Two Hundred and Twenty-Two OT Andrew Donnal, Iowa Kirk Ferentz and our favorite Packers GM have been close for many years and word is Andrew Donnal is going to be a Packer no matter what. "I told him, if he's good enough to start for me, even for one season... he's good enough for the Pack." He's got the size and can learn after being a backup for most of his time at Iowa. They like long shots and the Packers like to play lineman outside the first three rounds any ways. So there you go Rue, the Packers hate you specifically and cut AJ Hawk just to spite you, don't sweat it though you can adore Clay Matthews like the rest of the world, especially when you can see him in Pitch Perfect 2 starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson, May 15th in a theatre near you. Yes, I get paid when I mention my sponsors. Send in your questions and I'll see what is at the bottom of my glass here at Draught Kings, open Monday to Saturday.