Round 5: Haskell Garrett, DL, Ohio State
Garrett is a bit of a one-trick pony at defensive tackle and that lack of versatility is what’s going to make him a Day 3 selection. Fortunately for the former Ohio State standout, his one trick is something that every NFL team covets.
Garrett possesses the quickness to knife into the backfield in one step despite his large frame. That allows him to project as a nice interior pass rusher on obvious passing downs at the next level. That’s enough to justify his pick in Round 5.
Round 7: Andrew Stueber, OL, Michigan
Steuber’s limited as an athlete on the edge in pass protection, but he can be a mauler from the tackle position. The Packers should roll the dice on him in Round 7 to see if he can develop into a contributor at right tackle before his rookie contract expires.
Round 7: Chance Campbell, LB, Ole Miss
Campbell is a cerebral linebacker who uses his mental acumen to help overcome his lack of athleticism. That likely means he won’t be anything more than a special teams player at the next level, but developing into a solid backup at middle linebacker isn’t out of the question.
Round 7: Doug Kramer, IOL, Illinois
Kramer played center during his tenure at Illinois and his calling card was exerting a lot of effort on every play. His athleticism is limited but that deficiency isn’t overly noticeable on the inside. Green Bay should take him to enhance their offensive line depth late in Round 7.