As the NFL Scouting Combine continues, here’s our latest Green Bay Packers two-round mock draft.
Draft season is underway, and we’ve reached the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. This is an important weekend for the prospects and teams. A strong performance at the combine could be the difference between being selected in the first or second round.
The Green Bay Packers are hoping to make a quick turnaround as Aaron Rodgers is still very much in his prime. But after failing to reach the postseason for the past two years, general manager Brian Gutekunst has work to do to give new head coach Matt LaFleur the best possible roster to work with.
It’s almost impossible to predict how the draft will play out. That’s especially true at the start of March, before the scouting combine has finished and before we’ve even reached free agency.
But mock drafts are a fun way to look at a few possibilities, and how it could play out for the Packers in late-April.
With needs at edge rusher, safety, guard, tight end and wide receiver, the Packers need a strong draft class. They’ll have two first-round picks to help them out.
Let’s focus on the opening two rounds of the draft. The Packers are in a strong position as they own three selections inside the top-44 overall.
Let’s get started.