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Pro Day Tour '14: Talent in Tallahassee

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A huge receiver, a playmaking safety and an award-winning center were the players of interest from Green Bay's perspective on Tuesday at Florida State. The Packers watched two other pro days, which included sleepers at guard and receiver.

National champion Florida State served up a buffet of talent at its pro day on Tuesday. Not only do the Seminoles have two prospects who should be in play when the Green Bay Packers are on the clock with the 21st selection, but they have quality prospects at safety and center — two positions of need. Defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (6-2, 305) put on 6 pounds since the Scouting Combine. Given...

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