One of the biggest needs for the Packers in this year's draft is at the running back position, but who will be available for the Packers when their picks roll around?
One option is running back Marlon Mack from the University of South Florida, according to Packers.com.
He's not expected to be drafted in the first round, but he is in the next tier of running backs, Packers.com reported.
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Mack finished his career at USF as the school's all-time leading rusher (3,609), career all-purpose yardage leader (4,107), and career touchdown leader (33).
He is also the American Athletic Conference's all-time leading rusher, and set USF and AAC game records for rushing (275 yards).
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