Green Bay Packers: 7-round mock draft entering offseason

COLUMBUS, OH - OCTOBER 7: Sam Hubbard /
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A full Green Bay Packers seven-round mock draft following the conclusion of the regular season.

The Green Bay Packers will pick 14th in the upcoming draft.

The following mock draft is seven rounds without trades, and without the expected compensatory picks that the Packers will be receiving.

Let’s begin.

Round 1 (Pick 14): Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa

Joshua Jackson has been quite the player at Iowa. The Texas native will get plenty of interest early in the draft, and is a dream fit for the Packers. Remarkably, the Packers are still bad at defending the pass, and are in dire need of yet another early-round defensive back. Jackson made eight interceptions this past season for the Hawkeyes, including three against the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Jackson would continue the trend that the Packers are trying to set of adding size and bulk to the cornerback position. They got off to a good start by selecting all 6-foot-3 of Kevin King out of Washington, and could look for more height in the 6-foot-1 Jackson.

Green Bay may have hit on King. Imagine Jackson on the other side of him. The Packers shouldn’t yet forget about Damarious Randall who had a better second half to his third season, but they would be thrilled to have him in dime or quarter situations with the talented King and potential superstar Jackson.