Packers 2020 three-round mock draft: Wide receiver with first pick

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Green Bay Packers, Brian Gutekunst
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In this 2020 three-round mock draft, the Green Bay Packers address their biggest need at wide receiver.

The Green Bay Packers have a one-game lead in the NFC North and will have ambitions of winning a second Lombardi Trophy with Aaron Rodgers this season. But it’s never too early to look ahead to the spring and what the draft might bring for the Packers.

The Packers are 9-3, but they do have some big needs on the roster that GM Brian Gutekunst will need to address in the offseason. Top of the list should be improving the depth chart at wide receiver and inside linebacker. Those are positions of concern currently this season.

Along with those needs, the Packers could also look for tackle depth depending on Bryan Bulaga‘s future, and cornerback could once again become a need if Tramon Williams isn’t brought back in 2020, and if the Packers move on from Josh Jackson.

With the Packers very likely to secure a playoff berth in the near future, their draft position won’t be determined based on just their regular-season record, but also how far they go in the postseason. For the purpose of this three-round mock draft, we’ve used The Draft Network’s mock draft machine, which is an excellent tool. They have the Packers’ top three picks being 27th overall, 59th overall and 91st overall.

Let’s begin.