Packers: Full list of remaining picks on Day 3 of 2019 NFL Draft
The Green Bay Packers have four picks remaining on the final day of the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Green Bay Packers are halfway through their total of eight selections in the 2019 NFL Draft. They are scheduled to pick four times on Saturday, assuming they don’t make any more trades.
After trading up in the first round on Thursday night, the Packers aren’t set to pick in the fourth round and would need to trade back into the round.
Here’s a list of the Packers’ remaining picks on the final day of the draft:
- Round 5 (No. 150)
- Round 6 (No. 185)
- Round 6 (No. 194)
- Round 7 (No. 226)
So, the next time Green Bay is set to hit the clock is at No. 150 overall.
With the team’s first four picks, general manager Brian Gutekunst has focused on the top needs on both sides of the ball. On Day 1, he focused on defense by selecting edge rusher Rashan Gary and safety Darnell Savage Jr.
On Day 2, it was all about offense. First, they added versatility to the offensive line with Elgton Jenkins, who could start at guard but also play just about every position along the line. In the third round, Green Bay selected tight Jace Sternberger.
What direction could they go in on the draft’s final day? Offensively, they could draft a running back or add more depth to the offensive line. Despite passing up on a lot of talent at wide receiver, there are still options available at the position.
Defensively, Gutekunst could look to add even more depth at edge rusher, which is never a bad thing. The Packers may also consider a cornerback to add depth after losing Bashaud Breeland in free agency. Maybe they’ll turn to inside linebacker.
With just four picks remaining, and only one inside the next two rounds, which positions should they look to address on Day 3?