With the 32nd pick, the Green Bay Packers select…
Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State
6-6, 305 pounds
Sherrod is a great value at the end of round one and has the ability to be the Packers starting left tackle of the future. He's a good athlete who displays impressive change of direction skills and balance in pass protection and can create leverage in the run game as well. A bright kid who will be able to learn the playbook quickly and in my mind is a better prospect than both Nate Solder and Anthony Castonzo.