Packers 5-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: A shocking turn of events as Jordan Love is traded

The Packers could shock the football world and establish a clear direction in 2024.
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Round 2: Packers currently own picks no. 38 and 52

Now that the franchise quarterback is under control, it's time to start attacking other positions of need.

. . 2. Denzel Burke. CB. Denzel Burke. player. 490. . Denzel Burke

With their first selection in the second round, Green Bay drafts an Ohio State cornerback, which is never a bad move, historically speaking. Denzel Burke comes in and gives the Packers a solidified starter opposite Jaire Alexander, instead of having to depend on the continuing development of Carrington Valentine.

While Valentine has had some bright moments, he's still a seventh-round pick that isn't quite to the level Green Bay would get out of Burke. In Burke, the Packers are getting a 6-foot-1 former wide receiver with excellent ball skills and route anticipation.

. . 2. player. 527. S. Javon Bullard. Javon Bullard. . Javon Bullard

Green Bay might wind up allowing Darnell Savage to leave via free agency, which turns out to be fine since they have the opportunity to draft a Georgia defender later on in the second round. Javon Bullard is one of the top safety prospects in this year's draft and does a lot of things well.

Seeing the field at a high level and being able to change direction quickly are two of his best traits. At 5-foot-11, he might not be the biggest guy on the field, but he sure hits like it. The Packers are getting a legitimate field general who isn't afraid to establish his dominance.