Forecasting Green Bay Packers’ first round pick

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Ra’Shede Hageman could be targeted by the Green Bay Packers in the first round.

One of the most difficult things for an NFL analyst to predict is who the Green Bay Packers will draft.

Ted Thompson is very savvy on draft day compared to most NFL general managers. He hardly drafts based off need and when he does, he usually trades back. There are a few correlations based of his recent first round picks, however. They have been larger players from the positions of OL, DL, or OLB in the past eight years. Based of this observation, we can form and opinion on who will be this year’s top pick for the Green Bay Packers.

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Tags: 2014 NFL Draft Green Bay Packers

  • rodgers rules

    Really can’t imagine TT not taking Mosley if he’s there at 21, but who knows.

    • Phillip

      I agree, and if he’s gone i can’t see him passing up a versatile player like Shazier. This D could really use a versatile talent like Shazier. His physical tools are comparable to Luke Kuechly, Shazier is actually faster in the 40 and 3 cone, has a higher vert and broad jump and is only .09 secs slower in the 20 yard shuttle. This kid is gonna be a major talent in the NFL.

  • Clark Bowen

    Dee Ford or Calvin Pryor make sense at pick 21…but if Mosley is available no brainer, he’ll probably be gone earlier in the round.

  • Treehouse

    I like Eric Ebron. That could be a solid pick.

  • Mike Brand

    word has it mosley could slide into the 2nd round they say he has a major issue with his knee . if thats the case somebody will really get a steal in mosley

  • Mike Brand

    i got to say if calvin pryor, cj mosley if in good health and clinton dix should all be there at 21 it will be a hard choice