NFL draft analysts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay issued dual, dueling first-round mock drafts and differ about who the Packers’ will take at 26th overall.

Kiper picked Alabama running back Eddie Lacy, while McShay chose Georgia defensive tackle Johnathan Jenkins.

“I'll go a little bit out on a limb here, but I think by the time the NFL combine is over Lacy may be at the top of a number of draft boards at running back,” Kiper said. “And for a franchise that has lacked dynamic play at the position for way too long, Lacy could fill a need, allowing them to do more than simply "show" the run, but to gain some legitimate value out of it. Lacy has really good vision, balance and more shiftiness than many saw because the Bama O-line was so good at clearing a clean path. He has power to push the pile in short-yardage situations, and people will find he's an underrated catcher of the football. He's no lock here, but I like the fit at this early stage.”