Packers mock draft #3: Corey Davis included in Aaron Rodgers deal
A slightly different scenario in this trade. Green Bay receives one of New York’s second-round picks along with a conditional 2024 selection, determined by a number of factors, including how far the Jets go this season and whether Aaron Rodgers plays more than one year.
The Packers also land veteran wide receiver Corey Davis, who would add some experience to the receiving corps.
Round 1 (29): Calijah Kancey, DL, Pitt
Defensive tackle is a need for Green Bay, and Pitt’s Calijah Kancey has huge upside. Kancey stole the headlines at the combine by running a 4.67 40-yard dash. According to NFL Next Gen Stats, he earned the highest athleticism score among defensive tackles at the combine.
Kancey could be a dominant starter next to Kenny Clark and Devonte Wyatt.
Round 2 (40): Felix Anudike-Uzomah, EDGE, Kansas State
The Packers need to improve their pass-rush depth this offseason. By selecting Felix Anudike-Uzomah, they would be getting a talented edge rusher who can become an excellent starter.
“Anudike-Uzomah has been a highly productive pass rusher for Kansas State,” wrote NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah.
Round 2 (42): Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee
As noted in the first mock, Jalin Hyatt would be a game-changing addition to Matt LaFleur’s offense.
Round 2 (45): Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia
With a Relative Athletic Score of 9.88 out of 10, Darnell Washington is one of the best athletes in the class. He is a dominant run blocker but can also contribute as a receiver. Washington would quickly become Jordan Love’s best friend, a go-to target.
Round 3 (78): Jordan Battle, S, Alabama
The Packers may lose a talented all-around safety in Adrian Amos, but Alabama’s Jordan Battle would be a fine replacement. Battle does everything well. Over the past three seasons at Alabama, Battle made nine pass defenses, five interceptions, and three pick-sixes.