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NFL Scouting Analyzes Guards

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Michael DiJulio of NFL Scouting breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of the top four prospects. Two of the players on this list could be of strong interest for the Packers with the 32nd pick of the first round.

The flavors of guards entering the NFL draft this year vary. Some are better suited for a zone-blocking scheme. Others have a nasty streak waiting to maul a defender. This 2011 class of guards has several prospects that played tackle or center in college as much or more than they played guard. But what matters now is where NFL scouts project them to play. From a center that struggled to snap...

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