Charles Brown, OT, USC
When the Packers decided to bring back veteran left tackle Chad Clifton this offseason, it all but signaled that he would also be the team’s starter in 2010. While the Packers will need to address an eventual replacement for Clifton in the next few years, the Packers believe the 10-year veteran can still provide starting quality next season.
With that being said, finding a left tackle with more upside than immediate skill could easily be the way the Packers look in the first round of the NFL Draft. If they truly believe Clifton can compete at a high level, finding someone who can step in right away will not be as important. One player who fits that bill is Southern California’s Charles Brown.
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