With the 2022 NFL Draft complete, here are three moves the Packers need to make.
Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst should be pleased with his work throughout the draft.
While nobody knows which draft classes will prove to be good ones yet, Gutekunst added talent to the roster at many positions of need.
Gutekunst landed two defensive players from Georgia in the first round with linebacker Quay Walker and defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt.
Understanding the importance of drafting wide receivers, the Packers aggressively traded up in the second round to ensure they didn’t miss out on North Dakota State’s Christian Watson.
Green Bay added two more wide receivers on Day 3: Nevada’s Romeo Doubs and Nebraska’s Samori Toure.
Gutekunst also loaded up on offensive line depth, drafting UCLA’s Sean Ryhan, Wake Forest’s Zach Tom, and Penn State’s Rasheed Walker. A lot of talented young players to develop.
So, what’s next?
No team can fix everything in one draft class. The Packers have made a lot of good moves over the past few days, but the roster isn’t complete yet. There’s still plenty of time to add talent.
Just ask De’Vondre Campbell, who signed a one-year deal with the Packers last June before becoming a first-team All-Pro.
Here are three moves the Packers should make now the 2022 NFL Draft is over.