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

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Florida State Seminoles defensive tackle Eddie Goldman (90). Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Eddie Goldman, DL, Florida State (6-3, 320)

Goldman is one of the top defensive lineman prospects going into April and is scheme versatile, making him an intriguing prospect for any team looking for help on the defensive line.

In the Packers 3-4, Goldman could play the nose or either defensive end position. He could also excel in the Packers sub-packages. Goldman is a nice balance between power and explosive ability and does a nice job of controlling the line of scrimmage.

He plays with good leverage, holds the point of attack, and does a nice job shedding blocks to attack the ball carrier.

He also consistently ate up double-teams at Florida State and was rarely budged off the line. Goldman always plays tough against the run–an attribute the Packers could use on their team going forward.