2024 NFL Mock Draft: Packers make big trade in 4-round projection

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Round 3 (95): Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College

The Packers could move on from David Bakhtiari, Jon Runyan Jr., and Royce Newman this offseason, and it's unclear whether Sean Rhyan is ready for a full-time starting job. Green Bay must add offensive line depth in the draft. In this mock draft, it begins in the third round with Christian Mahogany out of Boston College.

While the Packers will be a pass-first team with Jordan Love, they must improve their run-blocking. That's Mahogany's biggest strength, coming from a run-heavy offense at Boston College.

"Mahogany is a superb run blocker who can pull, seal, acquire leverage, and plow defenders out of gaps. In pass protection, the natural leverage, anchor strength, physicality, and awareness are there to build on," writes Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.

Round 4 (127): Sataoa Laumea, T, Utah

Mahogany would be a candidate to start at right guard, but Utah's Sataoa Laumea offers more positional versatility. Laumea was Utah's right tackle over the past two seasons, but he played at right guard in 2021. The Packers would need to determine his best position, but he can play across the offensive line and would provide much-needed depth.

Laumea has starting potential. In year one, he could compete for the swing tackle job while also providing cover at guard.

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