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OL Justin Pugh believes he's first round talent

Packers.com presents 'Prospect Primer,' a video look at an assortment of draft-eligible players who attended the scouting combine in Indianapolis. Along with Alabama’s D.J. Fluker, Justin Pugh became one of only two non-seniors to ever play in the Senior Bowl. Pugh declared for the draft with one year of eligibility remaining but had already earned his degree and been in school four years, so he was granted clearance for the Senior Bowl.

OL Justin Pugh believes he's first round talent

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Packers.com presents 'Prospect Primer,' a video look at an assortment of draft-eligible players who attended the scouting combine in Indianapolis. Along with Alabama’s D.J. Fluker, Justin Pugh became one of only two non-seniors to ever play in the Senior Bowl. Pugh declared for the draft with one year of eligibility remaining but had already earned his degree and been in school four years, so he was granted clearance for the Senior Bowl.