3. Tarvarus McFadden, CB, Florida State
The Packers could use another lockdown corner to line up opposite of rookie Kevin King. McFadden might be their best option in the first round of the draft.
While the Florida State program is in shambles this year, McFadden has been one of the few bright spots. After leading the nation last year in interceptions (8) to go along with six pass breakups, teams have shied away from him in the passing game.
McFadden has the size (6-2, 205) and strength to jam receivers at the line and disrupt their route progressions, while also having the ball skills to make quarterbacks pay for throwing in his direction.
He’s also very physical both in coverage and in run support. He’s one of the more complete defensive back prospects in the upcoming class and would be an instant upgrade for the Packers secondary.
A King and McFadden lineup would give the Packers a lot of size and athleticism on the perimeter of their defense.