Round 3 (88): McKinnley Jackson, DT, Texas A&M
The Packers don't need significant upgrades along the defensive line, but they should consider adding another interior lineman who can stop the run. McKinnley Jackson can fix a need up front for Green Bay. Devonte Wyatt and Karl Brooks provide plenty of pass rush but don't offer as much against the run. That's where Jackson comes in. He is 6-foot-2, 325 pounds, and would make an instant impact.
Green Bay could have to keep six interior linemen on the roster if we include Colby Wooden, but Jackson would be a great addition.
Round 3 (91): Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky
When you have five picks in the opening three rounds, why not make the most of it? Not every pick has to go on an area of need. Western Kentucky wide receiver Malachi Corley is a fun player to watch. He is tough, physical, and dominant at picking up yards after the catch. And there's a reason why he gets compared to Deebo Samuel.
"Comparisons to Deebo Samuel are often made because of Corley's physical profile, and while Samuel is more refined, those pure physical comparisons are warranted. Simply get him the ball and let him eat," writes Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.
Christian Watson stretches defenses vertically with his speed, clearing space underneath. With Corley and Jayden Reed on the field, the Packers could attack defenses in so many ways.