With regard to the NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers are among the league's best at using the opportunity to build their team. This year, the Packers will need to use the draft to replace a good amount of players that won't be returning next season.
Throughout general manager Ted Thompson's tenure in Green Bay, he has made his living during the draft. In part, Thompson and his Packers have found so much success in the draft because they are able to locate strong fits with good analysis on value.
These fits are based on team need and perceived value heading into the draft. While there are likely more natural fits, these are the best fits of players that could actually be drafted by the Packers.