Packers 4-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Dreams come true edition

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The Green Bay Packers couldn't have dreamed of hitting a bigger home run than they did in last year's draft.

Second-rounders Luke Musgrave and Jayden Reed were instant contributors. Third-round pick Tucker Kraft stepped up in the second half of the season in a way we rarely see from rookie tight ends. First-rounder Lukas Van Ness was a backup but showed promise.

But it was the Day 3 picks that made this class so special. Fifth-rounder Dontayvion Wicks is a future Pro Bowler, sixth-round choice Karl Brooks looked like a veteran, and seventh-round cornerback Carrington Valentine started 12 games and held his own against some of the league's best receivers, including CeeDee Lamb.

It's unlikely the Packers will hit on as many picks this year, but what would make it a "dream" draft class in 2024?

Round 1 (25): Jordan Morgan, T, Arizona

The Packers don't need to draft a tackle in the first round. Even if David Bakhtiari doesn't return in 2024, Green Bay can have high confidence in starters Rasheed Walker and Zach Tom. But you can never have enough quality tackles, and if Arizona's Jordan Morgan is on the board at No. 25, he would be hard to pass up.

"Jordan Morgan is a big, strong offensive tackle prospect with the foot quickness to live on an island at the next level," writes The Draft Network's Damian Parson.

Morgan has Pro Bowl potential at left tackle, but the best part? He could also slide to guard, giving the Packers more flexibility with their starting five.