Packers seven-round mock draft ahead of free agency

SEATTLE, WA - NOVEMBER 25: Wide receiver Dante Pettis
SEATTLE, WA - NOVEMBER 25: Wide receiver Dante Pettis /
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Round 1

Josh’s pick: Marcus Davenport, EDGE, UTSA

In four years at UTSA, Davenport racked up 95 solo tackles and 21.5 sacks. He plays with an intensity that has been compared to Von Miller or DeMarcus Ware. With Clay Matthews getting older, this pick would make a lot of sense.

Michael’s pick: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa

One of the most versatile and intense cornerbacks going into the 2018 NFL Draft, Jackson was the Big Ten 2017 Defensive Back of the Year, which is well earned considering how well he played last year. If selected by Green Bay expect something interesting in 2018.

Round 2

Josh’s pick: Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia

Wynn is a solid player who has experience at both tackle and guard, something the Packers have looked for in the past. He would provide great depth at the line which is one of the most important jobs on this team: protecting Aaron Rodgers.

Michael’s pick: Dante Pettis, WR, Washington

Pettis is exactly what the Packers need right now. Jordy Nelson will be on his way out soon and someone will need to fill his shoes. If nothing else, Pettis could bring depth to the WR chart. Pettis was great in Washington and we should expect him to do well in the NFL.