Round 7: Tyler Marz, OT, Wisconsin (6-7, 318)
Doubling-down on the offensive line position might be a good idea for the Packers to consider in the draft this spring. Not only do they lack depth beyond their starting five, the fact Josh Sitton, T.J. Lang, and David Bakhtiari could all hit free agency after the 2016 season, is a little concerning for the future of the position.
Marz is a gritty tackle prospect, who could also make the switch to guard, if needed. He’s an outstanding run blocker, but he lacks the athleticism to be considered a top tackle prospect in the NFL.
The Wisconsin product in combination with Murphy taken in the third round would give the Packers two young offensive line prospects to pair with JC Tretter behind the starting line and provide a much-needed insurance policy in case Green Bay faces a similar rash of injuries in 2016 as they did this past season.