4. Tyjae Spears, RB, Tulane
Running back might not be a priority for the Packers in the draft, but a player slipping under the radar is Tulane's Tyjae Spears.
Explosive, exciting, and a perfect fit in Green Bay's offense, Spears would be a steal for the Packers if he falls to the middle rounds, where many analysts project he will be picked. Spears has drawn comparisons to Packers running back Aaron Jones, and it's easy to see when you watch him play.
"Spears has a deadly mix of elite traits, among them explosiveness, agility and twitch, and creative instincts at all levels," wrote Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.
Spears dominated in his final season at Tulane, rushing for 1,581 yards and 19 touchdowns, adding 256 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
The Packers will likely add running back depth at some point in the draft. If Spears falls to Day 3, he would be a steal. He can play all three downs, is a good pass-catcher, and is capable of turning a small run into a huge touchdown.
He would be a perfect complementary running back to Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon and could be one of the steals of the entire draft. Spears in the Packers' offense would be a lot of fun.