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Draft Exclusive 11: Do-It-All OLB

LB Akeem Ayers (Joe Robbins/Getty)

In our latest story about a potential Packers first-round pick, we introduce you to a versatile linebacker who interviewed with the Packers at the Scouting Combine. This finalist for the Butkus Award timed poorly in Indy but his game speed has never been an issue.

UCLA's Akeem Ayers ran a shockingly slow 40-yard time of 4.84 seconds at the Scouting Combine. That could be good news for the Green Bay Packers, who could field a potentially fearsome defense if they can find an impact outside linebacker to pair with Clay Matthews. The 6-foot-3, 254-pound Wilson, who entered the draft following his junior season, is about as versatile as any linebacker prospect...

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