Vic Ketchman of the Packers Web site talked about running back Alex Green:
He’s a classic one-cut-and-go running back. We’re talking about a big guy, 6-0, 225. Green isn’t a wiggle back. He’s going to stick his foot in the ground and drop his pads on defenders. There was a fumbling issue in college, but the Packers obviously believe they can make that go away or they wouldn’t have drafted him. He’s shown he can catch the ball and he’s built like a guy who can hold his ground in pass protection. I think it’s obvious the Packers are really counting on Green to make an impact this season. Green is going to be one of the stories of training camp, one way or another, because he’ll be an important figure in camp.
Right now we have Green rated 76th among RBs, but he certainly seems like he could exceed that ranking at some point this season. His ADP of the 16th round indicates you can get him late if you want to take a shot on him. James Starks is the number-one RB and we rate him at 24th.