The Green Bay Packers select Central Florida T Josh Sitton.
This is a reach as Sitton was not highly rated by New Era Scouting or Rivals.com. But if the guy works out, that doesn't matter except the Packers could have still taken Sitton in the 7th round and taken someone more highly regarded in this spot.
The Packers do need more competition on the offensive line, although they don't necessarily need more depth. Sitton started at three different positions on the line last season, so he can add competition to various spots on the line. He wasn't a highly regarded player coming out of high school because he went to Central Florida which has only been a Division I program since 1996, but that team was pretty good in 2007, going 10-4. He also led the way for the nation's leading rusher, RB Kevin Smith, last season.