5 2014 Draft Sleepers Who'd Fit Perfectly with the Green Bay Packers

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5 2014 Draft Sleepers Who'd Fit Perfectly with the Green Bay Packers
Jeff Chiu

General manager Ted Thompson excels in finding the Green Bay Packers talent in the mid and late rounds of the draft, as I showed in this article detailing in which rounds the Packers' primary starters have been drafted. 

With promising sleepers at positions of need such as safety, linebacker and defensive tackle among others stretching well into Rounds 5 and 6, Thompson should have the opportunity to target some perfect fits to develop in the organization.

Moreover, with third- and fifth-round compensatory picks available to them, the Packers could also target a center to compete for the starting job and a No. 4 receiver without sacrificing more pressing needs.

While certain position groups like safety would benefit most from a starting-caliber Round 1 or 2 prospect, the following five players nevertheless would satisfy areas of need for Green Bay without a high-round investment. All five have potential to become starters down the line, if not immediately in 2014.

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