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NFL Team: Green Bay Packers
124(24)Aaron RodgersQBCalifornia
 Rodgers was talked about as a potential No. 1 overall selection, but some bad luck and some concerns about his throwing motion and ability to adjust to NFL offenses sent him sliding. Nevertheless, there are worse places to land than as Brett Favre's understudy.
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219(51)Nick CollinsDBBethune-Cookman
 The Packers may have reached here, because Collins is a small-school developmental prospect who is very athletic but very raw. He has some learning to do before he becomes a regular in the NFL.
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226(58)Terrence MurphyWRTexas A&M
 Murphy is a good value as a late-second round selection, but he's not a good fit for a Packers team that could have used upgrades along the defensive front seven.
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414(115)Marviel UnderwoodDBSan Diego State
424(125)Brady PoppingaLBBrigham Young
57(143)Junius CostonOCNorth Carolina A&T
531(167)Michael HawkinsDBOklahoma
66(180)Mike MontgomeryDETexas A&M
621(195)Craig BraggWRUCLA
731(245)Kurt CampbellDBAlbany
732(246)Will WhittickerOGMichigan State

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