Draftnik Central

The winningest quarterback in NCAA Division I Football Championship History is set to meet with one of the most storied franchises in the NFL. The Green Bay Packers have chosen to use one of their 30 pre-draft official visits by bringing in Brock Jensen, a four-year starter who compiled an impressive 47-5 record while at NDSU.

Jensen is originally from Waupaca, a small town just over an hour out of Green Bay. He grew up an avid Packers fan, so it's safe to say the 6'3", 223-pound quarterback would jump at the chance to play for his boyhood team. The fact that he has never shied away from the Big Moment (we're talking to you, Kansas State) certainly doesn't hurt his chances. Although many draft experts are predicting him as a late-round pick, or even an undrafted prospect, Jensen's strong performance at his pro day on April 4 has experts touting his upside, some even considering him 'under-the-radar':



In addition to meeting with Green Bay, Jensen has also scheduled visits with the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals.



At the moment, the Packers are carrying Scott Tolzien as the only backup to Aaron Rodgers, so the team could be looking for another developmental prospect for their roster.