Looking at some of the most popular first-round options for the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, which would make the most sense at No. 27?
Looking at 10 popular first-round candidates for the Green Bay Packers, which would make the most sense?
We know by now what the team’s biggest needs are. The two biggest priorities are at inside linebacker and defensive tackle. Beyond that, adding more strength to the pass rush and offensive line would make sense, as would adding more talent at tight end, running back and wide receiver.
Which area will the Packers address on the first round of the draft? GM Ted Thompson is unpredictable, although you could argue he has drafted for need in recent seasons. Taking safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix two years ago fixed the team’s more glaring weakness, and while grabbing two cornerbacks in the opening two rounds last year was surprising, in hindsight he was once again fixing a need.
Of these 10 first-round candidates for the Packers, here’s our rankings of who would make the most sense when they hit the clock with the 27th overall pick on Thursday night.
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