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No. 146: OLB Quanterus Smith, Western Kentucky
All things equal, Smith is probably a second- or third-round talent. But he's coming off an ACL injury, and his stock might end up falling by one or two rounds because of it.
If that's the case Saturday, and Smith falls to the Packers in the fifth round, there's very little risk in Green Bay taking a flier on such a talented pass-rusher.
Long and explosive off the edge, Smith could learn the NFL craft behind the likes of Clay Matthews and Nick Perry while his knee returns to full strength. By the time his knee is back to 100 percent, the Packers could have a potential starting pass-rusher on their hands.
No. 159: OT Jordan Mills, Louisiana Tech
The Packers have depth at offensive tackle, with Marshall Newhouse, Bryan Bulaga, Derek Sherrod and Don Barclay all capable of starting (if healthy, in Sherrod's case). Andrew Datko is also an intriguing prospect capable of taking a step forward in 2013.
But is there enough quality at the top? The Packers shouldn't stop drafting tackles until they think so, especially with such a valuable investment recently made at the quarterback position.
Mills doesn't have experience playing left tackle, but he has great size and could bring an element of power to a position that is very finesse-oriented in Green Bay.
No. 167: FB/TE Kyle Juszczyk, Harvard
How much longer will John Kuhn continue to operate as the Packers' fullback?
His clock is certainly ticking. He'll be 31 years old this September and a free agent next spring.
Green Bay could find his eventual replacement in Juszczyk, an athletic and versatile (also played tight end, H-back, in the slot) player who could be a tough matchup in an offense like the Packers'.