Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (Round 1, No. 21 overall), S, Alabama
SIZE: 6-1, 208. IN COLLEGE: Clinton-Dix played three college seasons and won two National Championships. He collected five interceptions as a sophomore playing a free safety role, but it dropped to two interceptions as a junior when asked to play more as a strong safety. However, playing closer to the line of scrimmage as a junior, Clinton-Dix had 3.5 tackles for loss compared to just 0.5 a year earlier. WITH THE PACKERS: Clinton-Dix addresses the Packers biggest need and should start from Day 1 next to Morgan Burnett.
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Davante Adams (Round 2, No. 53 overall), WR, Fresno State
SIZE: 6-1, 212. IN COLLEGE: Adams' college statistics are almost unbelievable. In just two seasons, Adams had 233 catches, 3,030 receiving yards and 38 touchdowns playing in the spread offense. WITH THE PACKERS: Adams will immediately get on the field, competing with Jarrett Boykin to be the No. 3 wide receiver. He's only 21 years old and will catch a lot of passes from Aaron Rodgers in the coming years.
SIZE: 6-3, 304. IN COLLEGE: A three-year starter and team captain as a senior, Thornton had 6.5 tackles for loss as a senior but recorded just 0.5 sacks. WITH THE PACKERS: Thornton adds depth to a Packers defensive line that has a lot of young players but not much certainly in the rotation. He will likely play the majority of his snaps as a defensive end in Green Bay's 3-4 base front.
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Richard Rodgers (Round 3, No. 98 overall), TE, California
SIZE: 6-4, 257. IN COLLEGE: Rodgers' weight was up to 275 pounds as a sophomore, but due to a coaching change, he had to lose 30 pounds to fit in the new system. He caught 39 passes for 608 yards as a junior, but that was not while playing in a tight end role. WITH THE PACKERS: Rodgers is back to what he considers his "best weight" of 262-265 pounds and will play a true tight end position in Green Bay's offense. He'll battle with Andrew Quarless and Brandon Bostick to get snaps as a rookie.
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Carl Bradford (Round 4, No. 121 overall), OLB, Arizona State
SIZE: 6-1, 250. IN COLLEGE: Bradford played three seasons after redshirting as a freshman and started every game as a sophomore and junior. He recorded 20 sacks and 39.5 tackles for loss over the past two years. Bradford's position was described as the "Devil backer," a hybrid role similar to Green Bay's plan for the "elephant" position. WITH THE PACKERS: It's possible that Bradford could eventually play inside linebacker, but he'll begin his NFL career at outside linebacker. The trait that attracted the Packers to Bradford was his ability as a pass rusher.
Corey Linsley (Round 5, No. 161 overall), C, Ohio State
SIZE: 6-3, 296. IN COLLEGE: Linsley started the final 26 games of his career at center. He was a backup guard and tackle in his first two years at Ohio State. At the Scouting Combine, Linsley was a top performer on the bench press with 36 reps. WITH THE PACKERS: No matter who starts at center in Green Bay this season, that player will be the fourth one in four years. JC Tretter is the presumed starter, but drafting Linsley presents a new challenger for the spot. Linsley's previous experience at guard and tackle helps him be versatile on the offensive line if he doesn't win the starting center job.
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Jared Abbrederis (Round 5, No. 176 overall), WR, Wisconsin
SIZE: 6-1, 195. IN COLLEGE: Starting as a walk-on quarterback in 2009, Abbrederis earned a scholarship as a wide receiver two years later. By the conclusion of his college career, Abbrederis had accumulated 202 receptions for 3,140 yards and 23 touchdowns. WITH THE PACKERS: Abbrederis is the second receiver drafted by Green Bay this year. Along with Davante Adams, Abbrederis will compete against Jarrett Boykin to be the No. 3 or No. 4 receiving option.
SIZE: 6-0, 200. IN COLLEGE: Goodson was a basketball player at Gonzaga University for three years. He even made a game-winning shot to advance to the Sweet 16. Goodson transferred to Baylor after a five-year absence from football and played three seasons. He'll turn 25 years old in June 2014. WITH THE PACKERS: Goodson adds depth to a cornerback room that could lose Tramon Williams and Davon House a year from now when both are scheduled to be unrestricted free agents. Being older for a rookie doesn't give him as much time to develop in his prime years.
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Jeff Janis (Round 7, No. 236 overall), WR, Saginaw Valley State
SIZE: 6-3, 219. IN COLLEGE: Coming from a Division II school, Janis didn't play against the best competition. However, he recorded 189 catches, 31 touchdowns and more than 3,200 receiving yards in his final two college seasons. WITH THE PACKERS: Janis was the third receiver drafted by the Packers, turning what was a position that needed added depth to one that has plenty of it. He was projected as early as a third- or fourth-round pick, so the value was clearly too good for Green Bay to pass up.