Green Bay Packers: Ten first round NFL Draft prospects

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Texas Tech Red Raiders tight end Jace Amaro

Jace Amaro - Tight End, Texas Tech, 6-5, 260, (4.67)

NFLDraftScout.com has Amaro rated as their top tight end in this draft class. One glance at the junior’s 2013 statistics and you can see why. Amaro led all college tight ends with 98 receptions for 1,249 yards and seven touchdowns this season. He can split out wide and catch passes over the middle of the field.

The Packers could use Amaro’s unique skillset on offense if Jermichael Finley doesn’t return to the team in 2014. However, Ebron wouldn’t be a bad selection either if the Packers went with a tight end.

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  • Peter Maiz

    Let’s go for HaSean Clinton- Smith. Safety is such a requirement to improve the defense. What kind of a name is Ha Ha, anyway? It’s too bad we can’t reap all this young talent. Tuitt is a monster much needed to be an impact player. These are my first two choices.

    • Dan

      Yeah, I’m with you, Peter. I think both Clinton-Dix and Tuitt would be great fits in the Packers defense. I like the TEs in this draft, but I don’t think Green Bay needs to spend a first round pick on one. I’d like them to go defense in the first round, but that’ll be three years in a row going defense in round one.

      • Peter Maiz

        Well 3 years in a row and another year without a good defense. I wonder.

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