With the 62nd overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Vanderbilt Commodores cornerback Casey Hayward in Round 2. Hayward checks in as the No. 16 cornerback, according to Mocking the Draft.
The Packers picked up Nick Perry with their only pick in the first round. In the second, Green Bay grabbed Jerel Worthy before picking Hayward.
Mocking the Draft has taken a look at Hayward's strengths and weaknesses:
Strengths: Hayward is an instinctive cornerback who is light on his feet and does well in zone situations. He sits on routes and makes most of his plays. Closes on the ball nicely. Ball skills are good. Hayward times his jumps well and has good body control to break up the pass.
Weaknesses: A work in progress in man coverage. Often needs help over the top and doesn't have especially good speed. Needs to stay more compact and not give up position working up the sideline.