Round 3: Packers currently own picks no. 79 and 83
Round 3 is where Packer fans are now screaming at the television, watching the draft and wondering when they'll see the offensive line addressed.
With pick no. 79, Green Bay starts building their line back up by replacing Jon Runyan with a second-straight Georgia Bulldog drafted, in Sedrick Van Pran. As one of the draft's best interior lineman prospects, Van Pran was actually in good position to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft and certainly would have seen himself selected on late Day 2 or early Day 3.
Now, he's firmly established himself as a Day 2 prospect. At 6-foot-4, 310 pounds, Van Pran is a big, strong and dense frame. He has the ability to play both guard and center, which could play to the Packers' advantage down the line, should any injuries arise.
With their second pick in the third round, Green Bay once again goes offensive line by selecting Oklahoma offensive tackle Tyler Guyton, who somehow falls about a dozen picks from where he should have been drafted.
How does a 6-foot-7, 328-pound, agile offensive tackle sound? Good, right? Absolutely. Guyton comes in and slides right in as a starter, assuming the Packers part with David Bakhtiari. If they don't, then Guyton is set to take over for him in the near future.