9. Bradley Chubb, DE, North Carolina State
Bradley Chubb is another player who has almost no chance to fall out of the top 10. As talented as the Packers’ defensive line is, Chubb would become the most-talented if he were to be drafted by the Packers.
He’s an athletic freak who plays hard on every snap and rarely takes plays off (he had Daniels would get along great). At 6-foot-4 and 269 pounds he has the body to play in the NFL and will contribute from day one.
NFL.com has him graded at a 7.25 which means he’s a Pro Bowl caliber player. McShay has given him a grade of 95 and is his third-ranked player in tier one (elite prospects). And Kiper Jr. mocked him to go No. 6 to the Indianapolis Colts.
Even Pro Football Focus is high on him, ranking him as their 11th best prospect and second-best edge defender behind a guy who’s yet to come on this list.