28. Green Bay Packers - OLB Shea McClellin (Boise State)
McClellin fills a huge hole for the Packers. He would be Clay Matthews' Robin on the other side and together they would fight crime on passing downs. He's also very good in coverage, which the Packers missed last year with Brandon Chillar gone. With Erik Walden and Frank Zombo, Green Bay does have enough depth to ease him in. But i'd expect McClellin to take over as the other OLB with Matthews on passing downs early on in the season.
The Boise State product is a little small now (6,3 255) but if he can put on some muscle without losing any speed there's no reason why he won't be a late first round pick. If Nick Perry of USC or Andre Branch of Clemson are still on the board, Green Bay could very well go that route. Overall, they are viewed as better players, but Ted Thompson and his scouting crew are reportedly in love with McClellin and recent history shows that the Packers normally side with the player they covet most, even if he appears to have less potential or overall talent. -- KEVIN TURNER
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