Round 4 (126): Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College
Brian Gutekunst knows how to draft offensive linemen in the mid-to-late rounds. He may look to restock the depth at tackle and guard in the middle rounds again. Three of the Packers' five starters this season were Day 3 draft picks.
Former Pro Bowler Elgton Jenkins gives the Packers stability at left guard, but there is less certainty on the right side. Jon Runyan Jr. is a free agent this offseason. Sean Rhyan enters year three in 2024 and could take over the starting job. But if Runyan departs in free agency, the Packers will be left with next to no depth at guard.
Boston College's Christian Mahogany could be another Day 3 steal if he makes it this far. His stock is rising after he impressed at this week's East West Shrine Bowl practices.
The Packers love positional versatility along the offensive line, and Mahogany provides that. He can play at either guard position and has taken snaps at center during the Shrine Bowl practices, which is something to watch.
He spent most of his time at Boston College playing right guard, which is where the Packers need the most help. The 6-foot-3, 330-pound lineman is a powerful player and could immediately compete for a starting job in Green Bay.