Any Donald Driver's out there? A Scott Wells? Brad Jones? The final day of the 2010 draft is underway and don't underestimate the importance of the final round selections. First year contributors, solid starters and yes, even Pro Bowlers can be found. The Packers, after trading up in round three last night to get safety Morgan Burnett of Georgia Tech, gave up their fourth round choice to the Eagles to climb 15 spots. They have 4 picks remaining, two in the 5th round, their own and a compensatory pick for losing free agent Colin Cole last year. Single choices in rounds 6 and 7 will finish it up later today. This is a day to build depth at thin positions while trying to find a player who can grow into a starting job in a year or two. The Packers will likely want to find an outside, pass rushing linebacker, perhaps a tight end to compliment Jermichael Finley and Donald Lee, possibly a running back to add to the mix. After signing Australian Football player Chris Bryan as a punter, a late round pick on another leg to provide competition is also a thought. The first Wisconsin Badger has been drafted, with the 118th pick overall, the Houston Texans selected tight end Garrett Graham in round 4. It's the second time in the past 6 years the Texans tabbed a tight end from Madison, the first one worked out pretty good with Owen Daniels. Make regular checks on your station's home page for the 2010 NFL Draft page updates for video's and more analysis of the Green Bay Packers picks as they come in on this final Sunday.
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