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  • Thu., Sep. 18, 2014 2:00 PM - 2:15 PM CDT Live McCarthy press conf. Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy will be available to the media on Thursday, September 18, in the Lambeau Field media auditorium.
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RANK NOTES
1

Nick Fairley, DT

6-4, 291, Auburn

Dominated national title game.


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2

Patrick Peterson, CB

6-0, 219, LSU

Closest thing to Darrelle Revis in this draft.


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3

Blaine Gabbert, QB

6-4, 234, Missouri

Big body, big arm, big upside.


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4

Cameron Heyward, DE

6-5, 294, Ohio State

Great bloodlines; ask Arkansas.


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5

Von Miller, LB

6-3, 246, Texas A&M

The next Clay Matthews?


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6

Da'Quan Bowers, DE

6-3, 280, Clemson

Pass-rushers at premium, but not without risk.


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7

Adrian Clayborn, DE

6-3, 281, Iowa

True every-downs player.


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8

Nate Solder, OT

6-8, 319, Colorado

The run on tackles begins.


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9

Tyron Smith, OT

6-5, 307, USC

Gotta get the big guys early.


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10

Prince Amukamara, CB

6-0, 206, Nebraska

Big corner that can run.


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11

Ryan Mallett, QB

6-6, 238, Arkansas

Only needs to mature.


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12

Julio Jones, WR

6-3, 220, Alabama

Play-making wide receiver.


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13

Cam Newton, QB

6-5, 248, Auburn

True value but patience required.


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14

Marcell Dareus, DT

6-3, 319, Alabama

Roadblock in the middle.


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15

Justin Houston, LB

6-3, 270, Georgia

Stand-up pass-rusher for 3-4 teams.


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16

Ryan Kerrigan, DE

6-4, 267, Purdue

High-motor pass-rusher.


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17

A.J. Green, WR

6-4, 211, Georgia

Major talent but big guys could push him down.


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18

Gabe Carimi, OT

6-7, 314, Wisconsin

Put on the Ohio State tape.


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19

Jon Baldwin, WR

6-5, 230, Pitt

Freakish size, speed and athletic ability.


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20

Robert Quinn, DE

6-4, 265, North Carolina

Young pass-rusher with upside.


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21

Anthony Castonzo, OT

6-7, 311, Boston College

Latest in the line of top BC linemen.


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22

Jake Locker, QB

6-3, 228, Washington

Might've been top-five pick a year ago.


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23

Stephen Paea, DT

6-1, 303, Oregon State

Powerful, low-to-the-ground nose tackle prospect.


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24

Aldon Smith, DE/LB

6-4, 263, Missouri

Could shoot up in pro-day workout.


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25

Derek Sherrod, OT

6-5, 321, Mississippi State

Groomed and ready to go.


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26

J.J. Watt, DE

6-5, 290, Wisconsin

Made to play five technique in 3-4.


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27

Ras-I Dowling, CB

6-2, 205, Virginia

Injured in 2010; will rise or fall in workouts.


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28

Stefen Wisniewski, G/C

6-3, 302, Penn State

Who wants to run the ball?


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29

Mike Pouncey, G

6-5, 303, Florida

Top talent out of position at center last season.


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30

Akeem Ayers, LB

6-3, 254, UCLA

Run-and-hit, 3-4 type.


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31

DeMarcus Love, OL

6-5, 318, Arkansas

Versatile, athletic and nasty; everybody loves his type.


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32

Mark Ingram, RB

5-9, 215, Alabama

Must work out better in pro day.


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