13. Nick Barnett
Nick Barnett is another first-round pick of the Packers that panned out pretty well for the team, as he was selected with the 29th overall pick in the 2003 draft.
Barnett played eight years in Green Bay, finishing his career in 2010 before moving on to the Buffalo Bills for a couple of seasons. During that time with the Pack, he established himself as a solid middle linebacker and one of the most reliable around.
Although he only had one 100-tackle campaign in 2007, he recorded 82 or more tackles in five of his seven seasons that decade. He finished as the leading tackler from 2000-2009 for Green Bay and it wasn’t even really close. His 556 tackles is over 200 more than the next player on this list (someone who pops up further down). His 207 assisted tackles is also first on the team.
Barnett was a reliable and solid, if unspectacular player, that came through for the Packers throughout his Green Bay career.