2024 NFL Mock Draft: Packers land dream haul after blockbuster trade

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Round 3 (91): Kiran Amegadjie, T, Yale

The Packers add another offensive lineman for the future with Yale's Kiran Amegadjie. He needs time to adjust from a small school to the NFL level, but there's no denying his potential.

"With a rare blend of athletic traits and eye-popping length, it might be a mistake to bet against the high number of boxes Amegadjie checks," writes Lance Zierlein of NFL.com. "Amegadjie already possesses impressive explosiveness as a drive blocker and could become a quality NFL starter once his tutelage is complete."

Amegadjie mostly played left tackle at Yale but also has experience at guard. The Packers could give him snaps at both positions, although they should give him every opportunity to reach his potential at tackle. Amegadjie is an exciting prospect, and with time to develop in Green Bay, he could become an excellent starter.

Round 3 (97): MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

The need for another running back is slipping under the radar because the Packers signed Josh Jacobs and brought back AJ Dillon. However, depth remains an issue. Green Bay struggled to consistently move the ball on the ground when Aaron Jones didn't play last season, and it needs to add another running back to prevent a similar drop-off in production when Jacobs isn't on the field.

USC's MarShawn Lloyd is an excellent athlete with an RAS of 8.62. He has the potential to become a featured back in the NFL, and he could form one of the league's best combinations with Jacobs. Lloyd averaged an impressive 7.1 yards per carry last season and put up 1,052 yards and nine touchdowns from scrimmage. He has potential as a receiver, a role he could expand in Green Bay's offense.

A backfield of Jacobs, Lloyd, and Dillon would give the Packers all the depth they need.

Round 4 (126): Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky

At some stage, the Packers must address the linebacker position. They hosted Kentucky's Trevin Wallace for a top-30 visit, and it won't be surprising if he is one of their top targets in Rounds 3-4. Wallace has an RAS of 9.34 and ran an impressive 4.51-second 40-yard dash.

Green Bay needs to add another linebacker to compete for a starting job in Jeff Hafley's 4-3 defense. Wallace can be that player while also being able to play special teams.

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