The former No. 1 recruit out of high school heads to Green Bay as a polarizing prospect. Gary's athleticism and potential are his main selling points; he ran a 4.58-second 40-yard dash and had a 38.0-inch broad jump at the combine and was also a first-team All-Big Ten selection on two separate occasions. Unfortunately, Gary's lack of collegiate production clouds his pro projection to an extent. He never had more than 6.0 sacks in a season, and his career-high for tackles for loss was 12.0 as a sophomore. He's at his best working at the three-technique, but he is scheme versatile thanks to his athleticism. Look for the 6-foot-4, 277-pounder to challenge Dean Lowry for the starting defensive end role opposite Mike Daniels, provided that his reported labrum issue does not affect his availability.