- Etienne pushes forward for TD, Clemson tacks on two-point conversion
- Rodgers tightropes sideline on 87-yard TD from Lawrence
- Lawrence dekes Cuse defense, fires TD to Rodgers
ESPN Fantasy Projection: The Packers drafted Rodgers in the third round of April's draft. The Clemson product is a 5-foot-9, 210-pound receiver/rusher/punt returner. Built like a back, Rodgers is not coincidentally very good after the catch and is a quality tackle breaker. He has good speed, strength and hands, but his lack of length hurts his separation ability and could limit him to slot duties (or perhaps even a conversion to RB) in the pros. Rodgers' 6.4 aDOT over the past three seasons is second-lowest in this class and he handled only 15% of the targets and 11% of the air yards in Clemson's offense. He'll look to carve out a slot/punt returner role, but he'll have his hands full finding a consistent offensive role with Randall Cobb, Allen Lazard, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Devin Funchess in the mix. He's barely worth late-round consideration.