K.J. Dillon, S
The Packers have done well in turning their biggest weakness from a few years ago into one of their most talented positions, but they could use some more new blood on the back end.
Morgan Burnett has been great when he isn’t hurt, but he does seem to pick up an injury every year and isn’t exactly a young player anymore; beyond him, there’s Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (unquestionably good at the other safety spot) and Micah Hyde (more of a nickleback, but can play practically anywhere in the secondary — and is utilized best by getting moved around based on matchups).
That is a good top 3, but beyond them some extra depth would be nice — especially considering Sean Richardson is unlikely to return due to another neck injury threatening his career.
Dillon is an athletic player who could slide between either safety spot; that is a key trait teams like Green Bay love in prospects because of how it allows them to throw a wide variety of players and looks at opposing offenses.
He can handle man coverages duties and brings ball skills and awareness that will also help in letting a team use him in multiple coverages.
He has struggled with tackling (which, of course, is NOT a good sign for a team that seems to have every season end because of a huge play at the most inopportune times which happens in large part due to broken tackles), but those issues can be mitigated and fixed over time through coaching and practice time (adding some more muscle to his frame couldn’t hurt, either). It definitely helps that he is a willing tackler, so the signs are good that in time he will put those issues behind him.
Whether him or another safety should come off the board for Green Bay on this final day, and he looks like as good an option as any when all things are considered.