Green Bay Packers: Biggest Game Changers Under Age 25

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Green Bay Packers: Biggest Game Changers Under Age 25
Nick Perry (left) and Clay Matthews hope to form a solid pass-rush duo this season.

The Green Bay Packers build through the draft.

Take the 2012 NFL draft, for example. All eight picks the Packers made were signed and most of those rookies—if not all of them—figure to make it through the final roster cut.

General Manager Ted Thompson and Head Coach Mike McCarthy have gone on the record saying that should it come down to cutting a veteran or a rookie, they would err on the side of youth. As a result, the Packers have one of the most inexperienced rosters in the NFL when it comes to age.

At the beginning of the 2011 season—the season following their Super Bowl victory—Green Bay was the second youngest team in football.

That's what makes this list of game changers so compelling. A lot of teams might not have many players under 25 who can contribute, let alone have any kind of impact on a game.

This isn't the case in Green Bay.

Each of the ten players on this list will see plenty of time on the field for the Packers this season. Without further ado, let's begin the countdown.

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