This would be the ideal pick for the Packers in the first round. Safety is the biggest need for this team, and Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix is easily the best of the bunch. It's certainly possible that Clinton-Dix is gone before the Packers pick, but if he can get past the Dallas Cowboys at No. 16, then Green Bay should be in good shape.
What would make Clinton-Dix an instant contributor for Green Bay would be his ability to create turnovers. The safeties for the Packers recorded zero interceptions last year, an absolutely pitiful statistic.
However, it's not just Clinton-Dix's ability against the pass that makes him such coveted prospect. He also has the ability to be a factor in the run, and he is a fundamentally sound tackler.
Adding Clinton-Dix to the roster would also allow Green Bay to move Morgan Burnett back to strong safety where he's had success in the past. The duo of Burnett and Clinton-Dix would have the potential to make the Packers secondary one of the better units in the league.
With wide receivers like Calvin Johnson, Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery and Cordarrelle Patterson in the NFC North, Green Bay needs as many ball-hawking defenders as it can get. If this pick happens, it'd be one of the best picks in the first round, and he'd be an early favorite for Defensive Rookie of the Year.