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The last two prospects taken by the Packers, versatile as they may be, face an uphill battle on the depth chart. Green Bay wrapped up the draft with North Carolina's Ryan Taylor and Arizona State's Lawrence Gay.

In Ryan Taylor, the Packers selected the Randall Cobb of big men Saturday night in the NFL Draft. Taylor, like Cobb, is an all-purpose offensive player. The only difference between the two Packers draft picks is size. Taylor checks in at 6-foot-3, 254 pounds, while Cobb, a second-round pick, checks in at just 5-foot-10, 192 pounds. During his career at North Carolina, Taylor even took it a...

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