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NFL Draft: Green Bay Packers Round 1 Pick 32

With the last pick of the first round of the 2011 NFL draft the Super Bowl Champion Packers select Offensive Tackle Derek Sherrod out of Mississippi State.

As a freshman, Sherrod played in all but two games (11 of 13) during the regular season. As a sophomore, he became a starter in the finale 11 games for the Bulldogs at left tackle, after missing the first two games due to injury.  In his junior season, Sherrod started all 12 games at left tackle and helped pave the way for Mississippi State to lead the Southeastern Conference in rushing, allowing 1,391 yards for the season.

Sherrod graduated with a bachelor's degree in business with a focus on financial risk management, insurance and financial planning, with a 3.54 grade point average. If a football career doesn't work out for Sherrod, he should have no problem making it in the business world.


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