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.
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.
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.