The Packers spent a second-round selection on a cornerback in the 2015 draft, but they could address the position once again, given what they lost this offseason. Green Bay could lose even more at the position next spring, as Casey Hayward is entering his contract season.
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Emmanuel Ogbah, DE/3-4OLB/3-4DE, Oklahoma State
Even if the Packers manage to move Clay Matthews back to outside linebacker, they'll still need some depth at the position with Julius Peppers nearing retirement.
The Packers could easily have a big need for an inside linebacker next offseason. Depending on fourth-round rookie Jake Ryan to be the answer seems risky.
Many expected teammates Trey DePriest and Denzel Devall to be the players who stepped up and replaced C.J. Mosley, but it has been Ragland as the Crimson Tide's best interior linebacker. Ragland notched 95 tackles, 10.5 for a loss, three passes broken up, one interception, one forced fumble and 1.5 sacks in 2014. The 6-foot-2, 254-pounder is a big, physical in-the-box defender.
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Devontae Booker, RB, Utah
The Packers have James Starks in the last year of his contract, so adding a back to help keep Eddie Lacy fresh would make sense.
Booker broke out in 2014 with a huge season as he carried the Utes' offense. Booker averaged 5.2 yards per carry for 1,512 yards with 10 touchdowns. He also showed receiving ability with 43 receptions and 306 yards and two scores. Booker (5-11, 203) is a quick runner who is more physical than one would think.