Round 4: OG Graham Glasgow, Michigan
With so many fourth round picks, the Packers are able to continue adding quality football players. Adding another big body to the offensive line would make a lot of sense.
Michigan’s Graham Glasgow could be the perfect versatile lineman the Packers love. Glasgow is listed as a guard but could also play center. Offering backup early in his career much like JC Tretter would help give some insurance behind center Corey Linsley and guards T.J. Lang and Josh Sitton.
Dane Brugler of CBSSports.com praised Glasgow’s work ethic:
"“Glasgow is taller for a center, but he moves well and is able to bend, generating movement at the point of attack. He enjoyed an excellent week at the Shrine Game practices, which earned him a Senior Bowl invite (where he was listed as a guard), and is working his tail off to be viewed as a potential NFL starter. His draft arrow is definitely pointing north.”"
Lang and Sitton are both free agents at the end of the season and it will be tough to retain both. Ensuring there are players ready to step in is crucial, and Glasgow could be that guy with a year of development under his belt.
Next: Round 5