“The Green Bay Packers have talked with one of the most intriguing interior offensive lineman prospects in the 2021 NFL draft class.
Wisconsin-Whitewater offensive lineman Quinn Meinerz, a likely Day 2 pick, has been in contact with all 32 NFL teams during the pre-draft process, according to Bob McGinn of The Athletic.
The majority of teams like Meinerz as a center prospect in the NFL, per McGinn.
The Packers have an obvious in-state connection, but the team also has a need at center and the interior of the offensive line after losing Corey Linsley in free agency. Meinerz, who opened eyes at the Senior Bowl, could be a starting-caliber player capable of either replacing Linsley or playing guard and allowing a player like Lucas Patrick or Elgton Jenkins to move to center.”
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