Round 4 (125): Tykee Smith, S, Georgia
The Packers address an area of need in the secondary by drafting another Georgia Bulldog. Tykee Smith joins Quay Walker, Devonte Wyatt, and Eric Stokes in Green Bay.
Smith could play a variety of roles in Jeff Hafley's defense. While he is listed as a safety, his best fit could be at slot corner, which is an area the Packers must improve. Smith intercepted four passes at Georgia this season and impressed at the Senior Bowl last week.
"He made several nice plays, including breaking up a deep pass to North Carolina WR Devontez Walker at the end of the first quarter, one of three pass breakups Smith made, and helping tackle Troy RB Kimani Vidal for a loss," writes Eric Edholm of NFL.com.
The Packers have drafted several Senior Bowl standouts in recent years.
Round 4 (135): Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin
The Packers may need to find an AJ Dillon replacement in the draft. Wisconsin's Braelon Allen is 6-foot-2, 235 pounds, and is the perfect running back for December games at Lambeau Field.
Allen can dominate in short-yardage situations. His physicality would wear down defenses just in time for Aaron Jones to destroy them with his explosiveness.
In three seasons at Wisconsin, Allen rushed for 3,494 yards and 35 touchdowns, scoring double-digit touchdowns every year. If Dillon signs elsewhere in free agency, Allen would be an ideal replacement.