Being inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame is quite an honor, and not everybody gets in.
The Packers Hall of Fame, however, is much more lenient in letting players in than the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Players (chance of getting inducted)...
Donald Driver (100%)- This is a no-brainer, the franchise all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards (after this season anyway) and fifth in touchdowns. He's also a fan favorite which certainly helps in the Packer Hall of Fame.
If Mark Chmura got in, there's no way in hell they leave Driver out.
Chad Clifton (35%): Now in his 11th season, Clifton has been an above-average Left Tackle in this league for quite some time. He may not get all the glory being an offensive lineman, but Clifton is a very good player.
However, being a very-good offensive lineman probably isn't good enough in this case. I wouldn't count out Clifton's chances at the Packer Hall though.
Aaron Rodgers (65%): For now Aaron Rodgers' chances at the Packer Hall of Fame can't go any higher than 65 percent being that he's only in his third year as a starter, but all indications are pointing towards Aaron only getting better.
Barring a historic collapse, Aaron will one day be a Packers Hall of Famer.
Nick Barnett (45%): Nick Barnett is now in his eighth year as a Packer and he has quietly put together an unbelievable career.
In every season that he started all 16 games he's topped 100 tackles. If he keeps this up for another four or five years he'll get in, but with his recent injury history that's not a given.
Charles Woodson (80%): In just 67 games as a Packer Charles Woodson has registered 29 interceptions, 10 forced fumbles, and nine defensive touchdowns.
He has also won a Defensive Player of the Year award. If he's not a lock already, Woodson will be a lock for the Packers Hall of Fame as long as he plays two more seasons here at a high level or wins a ring.
He'll most likely get in, he's just too talented not to.
Al Harris (40%): Al Harris has been a very productive player for the Packers for quite some time, but unless he can return from his injury at full strength and give us another good three or four years, it'll be tough, but not impossible, for him to make the Packer Hall.
Clay Matthews (50%): Not even halfway through his sophomore, season it seems crazy to already consider Clay Matthews for this honor, but in just 18 career starts he has 18.5 sacks.
He has football in his blood and shows no signs of stopping. I like his chances.