3. Jordan Battle, S, Alabama
A player to target on Day 2 of the draft is Alabama safety Jordan Battle.
The Packers need to look to the future at safety, and Battle could be a starter for many years to come. He offers versatility to play multiple positions in the secondary, and he is one of the best all-around players at the position in this year's class.
"On a talented Alabama defense, Battle has emerged as one of the leaders, both vocally and also with his high-level play on the field," wrote The Draft Network's Keith Sanchez.
Battle spent four seasons at Alabama, featuring in 52 games. In that time, he made 143 tackles, 10 pass defenses, six interceptions, three pick-sixes, and 6.5 tackles for loss.
With his experience in the Alabama defense, Battle could step right into the Packers' starting lineup and make a difference.
Safety is one of the Packers' biggest areas of need entering the 2023 NFL Draft, and Battle is exactly the type of player they need.
Lance Zierlein of NFL.com wrote that "Battle has the physical and mental makeup to upgrade a defense in need of steady safety play."
Battle would be an excellent pick for the Packers in the second or third round.