Round 4 (125): Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin
AJ Dillon is a free agent this offseason, but the Packers could find the perfect replacement in the draft. Wisconsin's own Braelon Allen is a powerful runner who could take on the Dillon role in Matt LaFleur's offense. Allen is 6-foot-2, 238 pounds, and can wear down defenses, rarely going down on first contact.
Allen is ideal for short-yardage situations and had double-digit rushing touchdowns in all three seasons for the Badgers. His power would perfectly complement Aaron Jones' explosiveness.
Round 4 (135): Sataoa Laumea, T, Utah
The Packers are masters of drafting and developing offensive linemen, and they often find starting talent on Day 3 of the draft. Brian Gutekunst loves versatility along the line, and Utah's Sataoa Laumea provides that. He has experience playing at right tackle and right guard in college.
His best role in the NFL could come at right guard, which is where the Packers may need the most help, as Jon Runyan Jr. is a free agent. Laumea has future starting potential and would compete with Sean Rhyan for the job.
Round 6 (203): Brandon Coleman, T, TCU
TCU offensive lineman Brandon Coleman has impressed at the Senior Bowl. He also has experience playing at tackle and guard. Again, Green Bay loves its offensive linemen to be able to play multiple positions. Coleman is a good athlete with the potential to eventually become a starter. He would give the Packers additional depth in the short term but could start in the future.