The Pack's final pick in the 2010 draft is a big defensive end from East Carolina University. Clifford James "C.J." Wilson put up big numbers as a 6-3, 290 pound lineman who was one of the most productive and popular players on the team. He started the final two seasons without missing a game at defensive end and finished his career with 192 tackles, 45 and a half tackles for losses and 27 sacks. He also blocked three kicks, more evidence he was simply hard to block. Wilson was the Conference USA defensive player of the year as a junior and was named first team all conference his senior year. CJ grew up in Bellhaven, North Carolina where two of his older brothers played Division 1 football. He's never had a serious injury and takes a break from the punishment of football by tinkling the ivory as an accomplished piano player. Wilson entered ECU on academic probation and worked his way toward the Athletic Director's Honor Roll his final three years in school as a communications major. Wilson told reporters in Green Bay this evening that he was hoping to get drafted between the third and 6th rounds and it was a long wait before the Packers called in the 7th, but he's thrilled to get picked and is eagerly anticipating the next challenge, making an NFL roster. With a solid background and even better play for East Carolina, Wilson just might turn out to be a 300 pound sleeper for the Pack.