The draft has been in the books for almost a week now, and we are getting closer to seeing rookies enter the NFL with their new teams.
The Packers went the obvious route and drafted six defensive players and only two offensive players. The goal this offseason was to improve on the NFL's worst defensive team in 2011. This Packers draft class could be Ted Thompson's best as GM, but it's loaded with boom or bust players.
Nick Perry, Jerel Worthy and Mike Daniels come to mind as either Pro Bowl players or the next Vernon Gholston.
While I feel the guys brought in will be coached up enough to excel at this level, there is always the chanced the guys don't work out.
Here are my three bold predictions for some of the Packers' rookies.