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With the 23rd Pick in the 2010 Draft, the Green Bay Packers Select...

Jake WinieckiCorrespondent IIIApril 9, 2010

After resigning Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher, I believe that that Packers won't be looking for an OT in the first round.  So, where does that leave us?  The top needs after OT are CB, SS, LOLB, and a backup RB.  No matter which one of those positions they go after in round one, there should be someone worth getting excited over in this year's draft class.

I think we should and will grab a CB in the first round.  Some projections have us taking an OLB like Brandon Graham or Sergio Kindle, but I don't see either of those guys falling that far in the draft.  There should be about two or three good options at CB at pick No. 23.  Kyle Wilson is rated as the best CB after Joe Haden, who will probably go in the top 10.  Kyle Wilson is also a very good punt returner and could help the Packers there as well.  Taking him would give us a CB group of Charles Woodson, Tramon Williams, Kyle Wilson, Al Harris, and someone like Pat Lee as the No. 5.  That would give us the depth we dearly need and a future starter opposite Tramon Williams.

I think going in this direction is the best thing for the Packers to do; it would solidify their defense and help the team make a strong playoff run.  Even if they go a different direction in the draft, there are still some other pretty good options.

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