With up to six left tackles that could potentially be taken in the first round of the NFL Draft, it seems as though the Packers would be destined to look that way when they go on the clock at pick 23 Thursday night.
However, the Packers are in win-now mode and a left tackle such as Charles Brown or Anthony Davis isn’t going to make much of an impact in 2010, if at all. Instead, the Packers may very well look to fill an immediate need on the defensive side of the ball.
One of those positions is cornerback, where there are four potential first round picks waiting to be drafted. While it’s all but assured that Florida’s Joe Haden will be off the board when the Packers go on the clock, Kareem Jackson, Devin McCourty, and Kyle Wilson could all be there. Here’s a look at three potential picks who could be wearing green and gold on draft day.
Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State