Posted March 25, 2012 on gnb.scout.com
PLAYERS: Mike Neal
TEAMS: Green Bay Packers
NC State's Markus Kuhn, who was born in Germany, has the size, athletic ability and love of the game to appeal to the Packers, who needed a defensive end before Mike Neal's suspension. Kuhn, who will 26 in May, is one of the most underrated players in the draft and is a midround prospect.
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