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If you’re among those passionate Packers fans who are feeling an alarming déjà vu vibe of past defenses who let the team down when the stakes were the highest, you’re not alone. What had been a top-5 outfit just a few weeks ago has started ceding big plays and big point totals to opponents, and while defensive coordinator Joe Barry’s guys have fallen to eighth in total defense (325.8 yards per game) and tied for 10th in scoring defense (21.6 points per game), Barry (above) isn’t panicking.

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Gloudeman accepted a preferred walk-on offer from the University of Wisconsin. He played linebacker and running back in for River Valley High School. Last season, Gloudeman was named to the Southwest Wisconsin Conference's first team offense and defense. 

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The receiver/cornerback from Middleton committed to Wisconsin as a preferred walk-on. He led Middleton in 2021 with 40 receptions, 710 yards and 10 touchdowns. His production earned him first-team All-Big Eight Conference honors on offense and defense, and he was also first-team WFCA all-state.

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The 6-foot-6 tight end from Monroe accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Wisconsin just 11 days after receiving it. Seagreaves only caught 11 passes this season but converted to a running back role in the Cheesemakers’ Wing-T offense. He rushed for 1,294 yards on 135 carries.

Matt LaFleur may not go as in-depth into scouting draft prospects as Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst obviously does, but the third-year head coach did have his eye on one guy during the 2020 NFL Draft that he thought would supercharge his offense: LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson (above).

1. Continue spreading around the ball: Graham Mertz completed passes to nine receivers last week against Northwestern, a welcomed sign of his improvement and the passing game’s step forward in recent weeks. Mertz said this week that he’s seen receivers win routes quicker and be “more violent” in their route running. That could be helpful against a Cornhuskers passing defense that was shredded two weeks ago against Ohio State and lost its best player, linebacker JoJo Domann, after he had surgery on his left hand.