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15. Corey Liuget: DT, Illinois
Listed as a 4-3 defensive tackle, Liuget would be more than capable of playing as a 3-4 defensive end under Dom Capers. Additionally, his 6'2", 300-pound frame would be more than capable of handling offensive linemen in one-on-one situations.
14. Aldon Smith: DE, Missouri
Drawing comparisons to DeMarcus Ware is an accomplishment in itself, and Smith has enough evidence to back up his claim to be one of the draft's top defensive ends. With superb speed off the edge coupled with a lot of upside, Smith would fit perfectly into Green Bay's defensive schemes.
13. Gabe Carimi: OT, Wisconsin
Having played in the Big Ten for three seasons, Carimi is as seasoned an NFL prospect as you can find in this year's class. His 6'7", 314-pound build doesn't hurt either.
12. Prince Amukamara: CB, Nebraska
As we've already covered, Charles Woodson can't possibly last more than three seasons' time, and when that day comes, the Packers will have serious problems in the secondary. Amukamara's 4.4 40-yard dash time makes him a prime prospect for Capers' unyielding defense.
11. J.J. Watt: DE, Wisconsin
Astonishing combine numbers skyrocketed his draft stock, and he will likely be a top-15 selection on draft day. Nevertheless, I'm sure Ted Thompson will be targeting Watt's 6'6", 285-pound figure come draft day, as he will be a formidable threat on the defensive line for many seasons to come.