Green Bay Packers NFL Draft: Who will be available for Ted Thompson’s picks?

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Sep 21, 2013; Austin, TX, USA; Kansas State Wildcats quarterback Jake Waters (15) passes under pressure by Texas Longhorns defensive tackle Malcom Brown (90) during a football game at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Jim Cowsert-USA TODAY Sports photograph

The NFL Draft is right around the corner and the only thing we definitively know about whom GM Ted Thompson and the Green Bay Packers pick at #30 is that we will not know for sure until after the pick is turned in.

Thompson holds his cards very close to the vest. We do know that cornerback, D-Line and inside linebacker are all priorities.

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In 2014, cornerback was a strength for the Packers but with Tramon Williams leaving for Cleveland and Davon House heading for Jacksonville, Packers fans have plenty of questions about whether the current crop of defensive backs will hold up without reinforcements.

Pro-Bowler Sam Shields is back shutting down the right side. Casey Hayward looks to have the left side covered.

Micah Hyde is the nickel-back.

That leaves Demetri Goodson, Devonta Glover-Wright and Kyle Sebetic as our only backups.

Scary thought.

The Packers can still re-sign Jarrett Bush but his forte is as a special teamer.

Is there anyone left in free agency?

Not really and we all know that going that route is not Ted Thompson’s style.

So, where does Ted Thompson and the Green Bay Packers go from here? How does the 2015 NFL Draft fill the holes?

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