Following the Super Bowl, the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft is now set. The Green Bay Packers hold the 15th overall pick.
The Packers are sat right in the middle of the first round. They are well positioned to trade up or down, depending on how the board falls.
Green Bay could trade up into the top 10 without having to give up a ton of premium picks, and it could also move down and acquire some additional Day 2 selections.
Here’s the complete first-round draft order following the Super Bowl:
Complete 2023 NFL Draft order: Packers 15th
- Chicago Bears
- Houston Texans
- Arizona Cardinals
- Indianapolis Colts
- Seattle Seahawks
- Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams)
- Las Vegas Raiders
- Atlanta Falcons
- Carolina Panthers
- Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans Saints)
- Tennessee Titans
- Houston Texans (from Cleveland Browns)
- New York Jets
- New England Patriots
- Green Bay Packers
- Washington Commanders
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- Detroit Lions
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Seattle Seahawks
- Los Angeles Chargers
- Baltimore Ravens
- Minnesota Vikings
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- New York Giants
- Dallas Cowboys
- Buffalo Bills
- Cincinnati Bengals
- New Orleans Saints (from San Francisco 49ers via Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos)
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Kansas City Chiefs
Aaron Rodgers is yet to decide his future, but it could have an impact on the draft. If the Packers trade the four-time MVP, could they ask for a first-rounder in return?
There aren’t many realistic landing spots after the Packers in the first round. So if Green Bay got a first-rounder for Rodgers, it could mean receiving a selection higher than No. 15. That would give the team two top-15 picks.
Teams to watch are the Las Vegas Raiders, picking seventh, and the New York Jets, who are 13th.
What should the Packers do in the first round? Defense? Offense? Make a trade?
Which players would you like to see end up in Green Bay in the draft?