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Draft Scout Ty Montgomery News
05/21/15 - WR Ty Montgomery, selected by the Packers in the third round of the draft (94th overall), agreed to terms on a four-year contract Wednesday (May 20).
The Packers envision the 6-foot-, 221-pound Montgomery making his biggest impact as a returner. Possessing a vaunted combination of strength and speed, Montgomery is a natural to step in and bolster Green Bay's lackluster kick returns. He ran back a combination of five kickoffs and punts for touchdowns in his four seasons at Stanford.
"I think I can compete anywhere, at any point in time," Montgomery told FOX Sports. "It's nothing against any of the other guys that are here. But we're all competitors. As far as my role, I can't tell you what my role is going to be. I don't necessarily determine that. I'm going to be prepared to be able to go whenever and wherever the coaching staff decides to put me."
05/04/15 - Green Bay's most compelling draft pick just might be Stanford receiver Ty Montgomery, who was taken in the third round at No. 94 overall. McCarthy said the 6-foot, 221-pound Montgomery is "built a lot like a running back" and "doesn't go down very easily." Those attributes not only served him well as a big-play wideout at Stanford but also as an explosive kick returner for the Cardinal. The latter is shaping up to be Montgomery's meal ticket for getting on the field right away with the Packers, who are set at receiver with the top trio of Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and Davante Adams. Green Bay, though, ranked second worst in the league last season with a kickoff-return average of 19.1 yards.
By comparison, Montgomery averaged 27.4 yards with three touchdowns on kickoff returns in his four seasons with Stanford. He also averaged 19.8 yards with two touchdowns on punt returns last season. "Kickoff returns is an opportunity for big plays," McCarthy said. "Big plays is what you need to win in the National Football League, So, it's definitely a variable, one of the top variables, for winning championships. We will be better on kickoff return, and Ty will definitely have the opportunity to help us improve. "I think he's a heck of a young player, and we were fortunate to get him in the third round." - The Sports Xchange
05/04/15 - A closer look at the Packers' eight picks: Round 3/94 -- Ty Montgomery, WR, 6-0, 221, Stanford...While it's never a bad thing for reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers to have more pass-catching options at his disposal, the team brass envisions Montgomery making his biggest impact as a rookie in another role. Possessing a vaunted combination of strength and speed, Montgomery is a natural to step in and bolster Green Bay's lackluster kick returns. He ran back a combination of five kickoffs and punts for touchdowns in his four seasons with the Cardinal. - The Sports Xchange
03/22/15 - Five Takeaways from this week's Pro Day workouts: 2. Scouts flock to Palo Alto for Stanford Pro Day...Georgia, Michigan State and Penn State were popular landing spots for scouts but perhaps no campus saw more attention from NFL evaluators this week than Stanford where all 32 teams and a record 70 representatives were recorded. The "big" story literally and figuratively, of course, was offensive tackle Andrus Peat, but don't forget about defensive lineman Henry Anderson, cornerback Alex Carter and wideout Ty Montgomery, each of whom could join Peat as possible top 100 selections.
Montgomery had the flashiest Pro Day, clocking in at 4.38 seconds in the 40-yard dash at 5-foot-11 (and 3/4") and 211 pounds according to Stanford's official athletic website. Carter also helped his cause by registering a 4.41-second 40-yard dash at 6-foot, 201 pounds. Montgomery cited the lack of rest at the Combine for his significantly improved times. "I was lighter and felt more flexible," said Montgomery. "I've shed 10 pounds and got my stride back." "Most importantly, I was able to sleep," he said. "At the combine, I got no sleep. I didn't go to bed until 1:30 a.m. and woke up at 6 a.m. to go perform. I didn't do horribly, but I did a lot better out here." - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
01/22/15 - 2015 Senior Bowl, Tuesday: Sticking with the receiver position, Ty Montgomery entered the season with first round buzz, but he has yet to take the next step in his development as a receiver. During Tuesday's practice, he consistently fought the ball and looked rigid in his routes, showing tendencies that reflect his game film. Montgomery is an exciting return man with home run potential with the ball in his hands, but what position does he play in the NFL? His best NFL comparison might be a slightly better version of Josh Cribbs. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com