Analysis (Taylor O’Neill):
St. Brown is a tall and versatile wide receiver. He has experience playing both outside and in the slot at Notre Dame. He is as quick as he is tall (6’5). He is a vertical threat but can also create separation for himself underneath or over the middle with nice footwork.
St. Brown can be disrupted by more physical corners, but he presents serious value for the Packers at the end of the 6th round.
Team Fit (Ross Uglem):
Brown competes with the other two big receivers Gute has taken today. St. Brown is an incredible athlete. Offers true starter upside, rare for round 6.
NFL Player Comp (Mike Wendlandt) – Kenny Golladay, Lions:
Equanimeous St. Brown plays a lot like current Lion Kenny Golladay. Big, fast, and strong with elite traits to be a downfield weapon, St. Brown is someone who is inconsistent and doesn’t always show up on tape. He can make the contested catches look easy at times but will then disappear for long stretches. He could be a guy that has a big game early on in his career and become a folk hero in Green Bay, but he needs a lot of work to become a consistent contributor.
Packers Big Board Rank: 89
Cheesehead TV Draft Guide Positional Rank: NR
Taylor O\'Neill is a Packer fan born and raised in Oshkosh, WI. He currently lives in Florida and is pursuing his PhD. Taylor is a writer with PackersTalk.com. You can follow him on Twitter at @TaylorONeill87 for more Packer news.