Green Bay Packers: Post-Compensation Mock Draft 3.0

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Green Bay Packers: Post-Compensation Mock Draft 3.0
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Will the Packers have yet another successful draft in 2012?

As may have been expected due to the Packers loss of former starters Cullen Jenkins and Daryn Colledge as well as key members Brandon Jackson and Jason Spitz, the Packers received the most compensation picks allowable in this year's upcoming NFL draft.

Further exemplifying General Manager Ted Thompson's draft-and-develop mentality, the Packers signed zero free agents last year.

For this third incarnation of a mock draft, I've factored in the Packers compensation picks which ended up being two additional fourth rounders and two more seventh rounders.  The Packers have a total of 12 picks now, a feat that must make Thompson giddy with anticipation even for a 15-1 team.

Here are 12 picks that would fit the Packers well factoring in recent signings of center Jeff Saturday, defensive lineman Daniel Muir and the signing of another DL Anthony Hargrove.

Like my previous mocks, for the first round I'll include a trade-up, trade-down and stand pat pick since this is the round with the most investment. 

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