NFL Draft: Who could be the Green Bay Packers’ first pick?

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Colorado State Rams offensive linesman Ty Sambrailo (51) prepares to block against Boston College. Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State (6-5, 315)

When it comes to draft coverage, Sambrailo may not be a popular name quite yet, but the Colorado State prospect could sneak into the end of the first round, especially if a team like the Packers is looking for a starting-caliber right tackle.

Green Bay may lose Bryan Bulaga to free agency in the offseason. They’ll need a “Plan B” if they can’t re-sign the former first-round pick.

Sambrailo has many of the same traits Bulaga did coming out of Iowa. He’s tough, possesses quick feet, and has the athleticism to get to the second level as a run blocker. The Colorado State left tackle also didn’t allow a single sack the entire 2014 season. An impressive feet for any collegiate offensive lineman.

Sambrailo also possesses the strength and ability as a run blocker to make a move to the right side. He would be a nice option for the Packers at right tackle if they can’t bring Bulaga back for another season.