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Kelee Ringo: Cornerback, Georgia Bulldogs: NFL Draft Scouting Profile and Projected Draft PositionKelee Ringo Georgia Stats
Kelee Ringo Scouting Report
Per NFL Draft Buzz, Ringo has the following strengths and weaknesses:
- At his best in man coverage. His size allows him to cover tight ends well
- Great on route recognition
- Elite athletic skills
- Steers receivers to the sidelines well without getting grabby
- Issues developing a smooth backpedal when playing off man
- Sometimes a little too confident in his abilities which leads him to take unnecessary risks
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Kelee Ringo in Mock Drafts
According to NFL Mock Draft Database, Ringo is a project first-round pick. If you look at his weaknesses above, you see very little. Too confident? That’s what scouts say when there are very few weaknesses in a player’s game. Georgia has pumped out great defensive talent and Ringo looks like another one. He is a likely top-10 pick in the upcoming draft. Below is a list of mock drafts and where they have Ringo going.
- Fantasy Pros – No. 6 overall: Lions
- Bleacher Report – No. 7 overall: Falcons
- Football Outsiders – No. 9 overall: Raiders
- NBC Sports Chicago – No. 10 overall: Eagles
- CBS Sports – No. 14 overall: Commanders
- Draftwire – No. 20 overall: Bucs
Would Kelee Ringo Fit on the Packers?
Does the person play for a team with red helmets and a black G? That is a player GM Brian Gutekunst is interested in. The last three first-round picks have all been Georgia Bulldogs. Cornerback is pretty set right now for the Packers with Jaire Alexander, Eric Stokes, and Rasul Douglas on the roster. However, Ringo would fit perfectly into the group.
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There is a chance he is on the board when the Packers are on the clock. Unlike fellow Bulldog Jalen Carter, Ringo could fall in the first round. If he is there, I would be curious about what Gutekunst and the Packers would do. Cornerback is not really a position of need but adding Ringo to this group could make the Packers the best secondary in the league. Gutekunst could trust his mid-round savviness and look to fill needs there and swing big in the first round.