Even before he became the Aaron Rodgers we all know, he has used obstacles to fuel his competitive streak. From starting off at Butte Community College, to sliding down the first round of the 2005 NFL draft, and of course, having many doubt him when he took over as the Packers starting quarterback from legendary quarterback Brett Favre. No matter the obstacle, he has used it to motivate himself in becoming the best.
By no means, will this forecast of the Packers draft strictly on be on RAS. While RAS will be a major force, we will take in mind the needs of the Packers. Offensive tackle, wide receiver, and the interior defensive line being the essential positions.