Grading Packers’ 2022 draft: Rounds 3-4
OL Sean Rhyan: D
Has the Packers’ third-round curse continued? It’s too early to tell, but it hasn’t been a great start for Sean Rhyan. According to Pro Football Reference, Rhyan has only been active for one game, in which he played one special teams snap.
Considering all of the injuries the Packers have had along the offensive line this season, the fact Rhyan is nowhere near the starting five is a concern. He needs a big second-year jump in 2023.
WR Romeo Doubs: A
Following Christian Watson’s breakout in recent weeks, it’s easy to forget how well Romeo Doubs had been playing before he got hurt.
Doubs was Green Bay’s best rookie receiver throughout the summer and into the regular season before he injured his ankle. He made 31 catches for 314 yards and three touchdowns through nine games.
The Packers may have found another excellent receiver for the future.
OL Zach Tom: B
When injuries have hit the offensive line, Zach Tom has been there to step in. He has shown the positional versatility to play guard and tackle, and he deserves a ton of credit. Tom can also play center if needed.
He has shown the ability to become a future starter along the offensive line, regardless of position. Have the Packers found another starting offensive lineman in the fourth round?