Green Bay Packers First Draft Pick Difference

April 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When we talk about the draft, we talk about mock drafts. And when we talk about mock drafts, we start making our own mock drafts. And when we make our mock drafts we make a very critical mistake.
There's a difference between who should be picked, and who will be picked. And yet, every mock draft I have seen so far, attempts to mix the two together.
We have no clue what Thompson will do this year. Will he stick to his theory and pick the best available talent? Or will he give in to his fans demands and pick a player to fill in a void?
So here's who I think, should be picked. Bruce Campbell.
He's 6'6", and has an arm length of 36 1/2 inches. Imagine what Jared Allen's 32-inch arm will have to do against that?
He didn't play like a first rounder in college. But he showed up at the combine as one of the most potential players in the draft. Bruce can grow into one of the biggest left tackles in the league.
Here's who will be picked. It's a standoff between Ryan...

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