Kiper and McShay agree (for now): Marcus Davenport to Packers at No. 14
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By Rob DemovskyESPN Staff Writer

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. agree -- for now -- when it comes to the Green Bay Packers and the 14th overall pick in the NFL draft.

When: April 26-28
Where: Arlington, Texas
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Just like Kiper did last month, McShay went with defensive end Marcus Davenport for the Packers in his latest mock draft, which is version No. 2.

Davenport may have solidified his spot in the top-15 with his performance at the Senior Bowl, where he was impressive in practice. The UT-San Antonio standout measured at 6-foot-5 7/8 and 259 pounds and could offer immediate help for the Packers’ pass rush problem.

In McShay’s scenario, the Packers would be getting the sixth defensive player to come off the board and the fourth front-seven defender behind NC State defensive end Bradley Chubb (to the Colts at No. 3), Virginia Tech defensive end/outside linebacker Tremaine Edmunds (No. 10 to the Raiders) and Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith (No. 13 to the...

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