Green Bay GM Ted Thompson is extremely difficult to peg because he will always take the best player available and usually his board looks a lot different than any other.
Coming off a Super Bowl Championship, it would not be surprising to see the Packers trade this pick for a team interested in Arkansas QB Ryan Mallett. That's because Green Bay isn't hurting at any position.
Guard Daryn Colledge is a free agent and the Packers could take Baylor guard Danny Watkins to replace him. The Pack could also use another rush end opposite Clay Matthews, but there isn't value at this spot with the players left on the board.
However, Muhammed Wilkerson, a junior out of Temple, is exactly the kind of versatile player Thompson loves. Wilkerson moves as well as any 300 pounder in the draft, possessing the quickness to run down quarterbacks and running backs in the backfield.
He is a solid penetrating, but is sturdy at the point against the run. With Cullen Jenkins a free agent, Mike Neal coming off a serious injury, and Johny Jolly coming off his purple drank suspension, the Packers could use some additional flexibility along the defensive front.
UCLA S Rahim Moore or Illinois RB Mikel LeShoure could be solid picks here as well.