Green Bay Packers 2010 Draft: Three Suggestions, Three Alternatives

March 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For full information on the reasoning that determined my selections for this article, please visit my series on PackerChatters . My top choices for the draft as follows (in order):
Offensive tackle is the most important need, and the best chance to get a starter there is Trent Williams, assuming that Russell Okung, Anthony Davis, and Brian Bulaga are not available without giving away too much (a safe assumption since all are projected to be taken more than eight spots ahead of the Packers' No. 23 selection). I have seen a few sources actually projecting him to fall to Green Bay, meaning unless he goes early the cost to trade up might be reasonable. Brandon Graham is the best available outside linebacker, but he is expected to be off the board by the time the Packers pick. If a trade up for him is not especially costly, he would be worth it, because to me he is the only player that offers a sure upgrade over Brad Jones. Kyle Wilson would give the Packers an upgrade in a pos...

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