Green Bay Packers: Top 10 players of the 2000s

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9. Aaron Kampman

Aplington-Parkersburg High School has fewer than 300 students that fill the classrooms, yet it has produced four NFL players. The best to come from the small school has to be Aaron Kampman.

Kampman was a fifth round pick of the Packers in the 2002 draft. In only his second season he led the NFC with 3 sacks in the playoffs. During the 2006 season, Kampman’s 15.5 sacks trailed only Shawn Merriman for the NFL lead. It would be the first of his two consecutive Pro Bowl appearances.

Kampman recorded 54 total sacks over his duration with the Packers. He also recorded 458 combined tackles during his 8 seasons with the Pack. He will mostly be remembered for his relentless motor and second-to-none work ethic.

In 2010, Kampman took his game to Jacksonville to join the Jaguars. Injuries would sadly plague the rest of his career, while only participating in 8 games as a member of the Jags.

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