With the Packers’ secondary looking strong entering 2016, Ted Thompson could look to add some depth at the safety position.
Jeremy Cash, Duke: Cash is one of the best safeties in the class. He would be able to help the Packers’ run defense out right away. Likely a first round selection, but could be considered by Green Bay if Thompson values him as the best player available. Might not make it to No. 27.
Justin Simmons, Boston College: Simmons is a versatile player who could play across the secondary. Would be a valuable selection on day two. Could be an excellent backup initially behind Burnett and Clinton-Dix, and could be used creatively to get him on the field.
Miles Killebrew, Southern Utah: Killebrew is a strong tackler and who strikes fear into his opponents. Can help in run defense and would give the Packers plenty of depth at safety. A strong combine could fly him up draft boards and potentially make him and early day two selection.