Cliff Harris, CB, Oregon, 5’11”, 175 lbs (from Jets)
I know many Packer fans will scoff at the idea of selecting a player with character concerns, but Harris may be too talented to pass up if he is available in the last round. Harris was dismissed from Oregon because of a couple off-the-field issues, and his draft stock has tumbled because of it.
Harris was a playmaker during his brief time at Oregon, both on punt returns and as a cover corner, notching six interceptions his sophomore year. Surrounding Harris with the veteran leadership of players like Charles Woodson and Tramon Williams may be what he needs to get his career on the right track.
Markus Kuhn, DE/DT, North Carolina State, 6’5”, 299 lbs
Kuhn is a very strong and athletic defensive tackle who could move to defensive end in the Packers' 3-4 defense.
Although he played football in Germany before moving to the U.S., Kuhn is still very raw and would probably need some time to develop before he could make an impact, which, combined with his age (he will turn 26 before the season starts), might turn some teams off. But his strength and overall potential make him worth a flier in the later rounds.
Shawn Loiseau, ILB, Merrimack, 6’1”, 244 lbs (supplemental)
Loiseau was a standout at the East-West Shrine Game and could make an impact on special teams immediately for the Packers.
It may take him some time to see the field on defense, but Loiseau plays with an aggressiveness and intensity that the Packers' defense seems to lack at times.
Tim Benford, WR, Tennessee Tech, 5’11”, 205 lbs (Supplemental)
The Packers seem rather stacked at the wide receiver position, but selecting one in the later rounds of the draft would not be out of the question.
Bedford is a good route-runner and has showed an ability to get open in college despite lacking elite size and speed. Any receiver the Packers select would most likely have a difficult time making the active roster but could get some time to develop on the practice squad.