For the last few years, the Green Bay Packers have needed another impactful interior defensive lineman to pair with Kenny Clark. However, despite multiple tries, they have been unable to hit on any prospects since Clark’s selection in 2016.
In the last five drafts, the Packers have selected three players who they hoped would assist Clark on the interior. Unfortunately, none of them have panned out, pushing the team to try again this year with fifth-round nose tackle TJ Slaton. But for Slaton to be the answer, he must surpass the team’s previous three attempts.
Montravious Adams was their first try, but injuries and lack of development made it hard for him to carve out even a rotational role.