There are 6-8 universities that the Packers have drawn heavily enough from that we can create an entire 22-man Packer roster of alums. Our third installment is for Ohio State:
|WR||Terry Glenn; Vince Workman|
|T||Dick Himes; Chet Adams|
|G||Ray DiPierro; Dick Logan|
|RB||John Brockington; Raymont Harris; Brandon Saine|
|DE||Kenny Peterson; Ryan Pickett|
|LB||A.J. Hawk; Na’il Diggs; Jim Laughlin; Mark Williams|
|CB||Vinnie Clark; Derek Coombs|
|S||Gary Berry; Steve Luke|
On offense, Brockington is the star and the line is fairly good. OSU has produced a lot of good pro receivers in recent years, but Terry Glenn is the only one to play in Green Bay, so we had to slide Vince Workman out to the flank. He did play some receiver in college and his main talent as a pro running back was catching passes, so it’s not a stretch. Ironically, despite producing some solid wide receivers, Ohio State has never produced a decent NFL QB. Mike Tomczak, believe it or not, is the best pro Buckeye QB, but that still does not make him good. On defense, a lack of defensive linemen pushes the team into a 3-4. The front seven is clearly better than a pretty weak secondary. And punter B. J. Sander competes with Vinnie Clark for the coveted Wasted Draft Pick prize.
Custom cards of Himes, DiPierro and Logan are colorized.