After all the dealing explained in previous blogs, Ted Thompson finally got back to draftinig in the 6th round, selecting three players. Taken first was guard Caleb Schlauderaff of Utah. He's a 6-3, 300 pounder who was a first team All Mountain West Conference player in his senior season. He started 49 of 52 games in his four year career. Offensive line coach James Campen said Schlauderaff plays with a low pad level and is a smart player, aware of his and other linemen assignments. A scout for the National Football Post said Schlauderaff is almost too lean and can get rooted by leverage and needs work as a drive blocker. He played left guard for the Utes. With the second choice, the Packers selected D.J. Smith, a linebacker from Appalachain State. Smith is 5-11 and 230 pounds who was very active for the Division 1AA Mountaineers. He finished second in the nation with 137 tackles last year. The native of Charlotte went undefeated in his entire high school career and lost only a handful of games in his college career, winning one national 1AA title. Smith feels he can play both inside and outside in the NFL and is probably best fit for the weakside, inside position in a 3-4 system. With the final pick in the 6th round, Green Bay took Rickey Elmore, a defensive end from Arizona who will become an outside linebacker for the Pack. Elmore teamed with Brooks Reed to form a dynamic pass rushing tandem. Elmore finished with 21.5 sacks over his final two years, 11 as a senior which led the Pac 10 conference. He's 6-4 and 254 pounds and plays with a high energy level. A native of Simi Valley, California, Elmore is already acquainted with Clay Matthews, getting some tutelage from Clay's father and spending time working out this off-season with his younger brother Casey who was also drafted today by the Eagles in the 4th round.