Just a couple of days ago, Josiah Deguara was the Packers' number one tight end on the depth chart ahead of Tyler Davis. The Packers then selected two tight ends on the second day of the draft: Oregon State's Luke Musgrave and South Dakota State's Tucker Kraft.
Musgrave can be an unstoppable pass-catcher with his size, speed, and athleticism. Kraft is another phenomenal athlete who can line up across the formation. His blocking ability will be crucial with the Packers losing Marcedes Lewis in free agency.
Josiah Deguara has been a backup tight end in recent years, but he may struggle to get on the field often, with Musgrave and Kraft likely ahead of him on the depth chart.
Tyler Davis also has a strong chance of making the roster due to his special teams ability. According to Pro Football Reference, Davis played on 346 special teams snaps last season, more than any other player on the roster. It gives Davis a significant advantage over Deguara, who played significantly fewer special teams snaps and is also unlikely to have a full-time role on offense.
It's possible the Packers keep all four tight ends, and that might be the way to go. However, Deguara may face competition for a roster spot this summer.