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2011 NFL Draft Picks: Green Bay Packers Projections – Results

With free agency unavailable this off-season, it will be interesting to see how each team drafts this spring. Throughout the three days of the 2011 NFL draft, we will be updating this page for the Green Bay Packers every night to give you analysis of their selection results.

On Thursday NFL teams will only select players in the first round of the draft. On Friday, they will all select their second and third round picks.

Saturday each team will finish of its draft by selecting players through rounds four to seven. Enjoy the draft and come back here later to see our take on players selected for the Green Bay Packers.

2011 NFL Draft Selections (Before Draft Begins)

Round Selection
1 32nd
2 32nd
3 32nd
4 32nd
4 34th (compensatory)
5 32nd
6 32nd
7 1st (from CAR)
7 32nd

Packers Draft Needs

OG, OT, OLB, DE

32. Green Bay Packers Select: OT Derek Sherrod

Nice move for the Packers and fantasy football owners with Aaron Rodgers will be happy about this pick. The Packers are still in a small rebuilding phase on the offensive line and they need to keep Rodgers healthy with his concussion problems last season.

Draft Grade: B-

64. Wide Receiver Randall Cobb

Well another weapon for Aaron Rodgers with wide receiver Randall Cobb. This guy needs some time to grow but will help in the kicking game this year.

96. Running Backs Alex Green

They needed more depth at running back so getting Alex Green makes sense. He should duke it out with James Starks for the No.2 back.

131. Cornerback Davon House

141. Tight End D.J. Williams

179. Offensive Lineman Caleb Schlauderaff

186. Linebacker D.J. Smith

197. Defensive Lineman Ricky Elmore

218. Tight End Ryan Taylor

233. Defensive Tackle Lawrence Guy

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