2014 NFL Draft: Ten Prospects the Packers Could Target on Day Two

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Kelcy Quarles (99) celebrates a fumble recover against the Vanderbilt Commodores. Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports photograph

Kelcy Quarles – Defensive End, South Carolina, 6-3, 298 (4.86)

Outside of Stephon Tuitt and Ra’Shede Hageman, Quarles may be the best 3-4 defensive end prospect. With good numbers in the combine and pro day, he may even push himself into the late first round.

However, if Quarles falls to the Packers in the second round they may have no choice but to draft the athletic defensive lineman from South Carolina.

Quarles’ game is complete. He has the size and strength to two-gap and hold the point of attack against the run as a 3-4 end, but he also has the explosiveness and agility to get after the quarterback. In 2013, he led the Gamecocks in sacks with 9.5 and tackles for loss with 13.5.

If the Packers pass on Tuitt and Hageman in the first round, they could pick up a guy like Quarles in the second. Quarles has all the tools to be an excellent starter at the next level, and with Green Bay possibly losing a good portion of their defensive line to free agency this offseason, they could use his talent on their team.