Over the years, the Green Bay Packers have found steals in the mid-to-late rounds of the draft.
From Josh Sitton to Aaron Jones to David Bakhtiari to Micah Hyde, the Packers have a good track record of finding draft-day steals.
All of the focus will be on the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft, where each team hopes to find its next All-Pro. However, the teams that find success are the ones dominating in the later rounds.
The Packers are masters of finding steals in the draft. Green Bay should be interested in adding some of these prospects in this year's draft.
5. Jaquelin Roy, DT, LSU
LSU defensive lineman Jaquelin Roy is on the Packers' radar, as they hosted him for a pre-draft visit. Many mock drafts have him falling to the final day, and that's a huge mistake.
Roy could immediately land a starting job at defensive tackle in Green Bay. He is a powerful player who would help strengthen the run defense while also offering interior pass rush.
Lance Zierlein of NFL.com compared him to Dalvin Tomlinson, writing that "Roy is an ascending talent with the potential to become a quality starter."
Roy isn't getting the attention he deserves, but it won't be long before he's making an impact on Sundays in the NFL. Hopefully, he'll be wearing green and gold.