Round 1: WR Corey Coleman, Baylor
Round 2: OLB Jordan Jenkins, Georgia
Round 3: ILB Kentrell Brothers, Missouri
Round 4: DE Chris Jones, Mississippi State
Round 4: TE Tyler Higbee, Western Kentucky
Round 4: RB Josh Ferguson, Illinois
Round 5: OT Willie Beavers, Western Michigan
Round 6: ILB Jared Norris, Utah
Round 7: DE Jimmy Bean, Oklahoma State
At first sight, it might be surprising to see the Packers take a wide receiver in Round 1, but if Corey Coleman is available at No. 27 it would be hard to pass up. Coleman has blazing speed and would help the passing game in so many ways from day one. Jordy Nelson won’t be around forever, so adding a playmaker like Coleman could he huge.
The linebacker positions are addressed on day two with the versatile Jordan Jenkins, followed by Kentrell Brothers who helps bolster the inside positions to move Clay Matthews back outside.
With the Packers expected to own three fourth round picks, they could stock up on talent with defensive end Chris Jones, tight end Tyler Higbee and running back Josh Ferguson. All three could have bright futures in Green Bay.
With a draft like this, the Packers would fill a number of immediate needs while also stocking up on talented football players across the board.
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