10. OT Taylor Decker, Ohio State
What he would bring to Green Bay: Going after an offensive lineman in the first round might not fill an immediate need, but it would be with one eye on the future. Decker is an excellent run-blocker with good strength.
What stands out the most is his size. At 6-foot-7 310 pounds, Decker is the definition of a ‘big guy’.
Why the pick would make sense: Of the offensive linemen likely to be selected on day one of the draft, Decker is most likely to be available. While the Packers have their starters at left and right tackle locked in for 2016, what the roster lacked was adequate depth when these two got hurt.
Add in the fact Bakhtiari is a free agent at the end of the season and all of a sudden taking a tackle who can offer good backup as a rookie with the view to groom into a starter down the line makes more sense.
Bulaga has struggled to stay healthy in recent years, so adding someone who excels in run-blocking and could fill in at right tackle as a rookie would be a smart move.
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