Round 2 (37): Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona
The offensive tackle position should be an area of focus for the Green Bay Packers in the 2024 offseason. With David Bakhtiari's albatross of a salary cap hit, I think we're going to see the Packers part ways with their longtime starter and start fresh at that spot.
They've had some guys play decent in that slot but I would be shocked if the Packers didn't use one of their top two or three picks on the tackle position in next year's draft. And in this simulation, they are able to get the 6-foot-6 Jordan Morgan out of Arizona, a left tackle prospect who has outstanding feet and length at the position.
It'll be interesting to see how the pre-draft process plays out, because it's possible that Morgan could put himself in position to be the Packers' first-round pick when all is said and done. But in the second round with that pick coming over from the New York Jets in the Aaron Rodgers trade, the Packers invest in their protection of Jordan Love.
Round 2 (51): Michael Hall Jr., DL, Ohio State
Brian Gutekunst never saw a slightly undersized, explosive, athletic, and relentless defensive line prospect he didn't like, right?
The Packers don't have a pressing need on the interior defensive line, but every NFL team always has a pressing need to create more pass rush. The Packers get a player here in Michael Hall Jr. who has a motor that never quits and the type of explosiveness and quickness to make a major difference on the interior defensive line.