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First-Round Book on ... Mark Ingram

RB Mark Ingram (Andy Lyons/Getty)

With NFL Scouting's detailed breakdowns, we present the players who are possibilities for the Green Bay Packers with the 32nd pick of the first round. Leading off is a long-shot to still be available: Alabama running back Mark Ingram.

Mark Ingram Jr. Tailback University of Alabama Crimson Tide 5-foot-9 1/2, 215 pounds Flint, Mich.: Flint Southwestern Academy; Grand Blanc Community High School. Overview The son of former National Football League wide receiver, Mark Ingram, a standout during his playing days with the New York Giants, "Junior" is regarded as the elite ball carrier in the collegiate ranks. The ball...

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