2024 NFL 3-Round Mock Draft: Packers fix secondary, land star receiver after trade

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Round 2 (42): Jordan Morgan, T, Arizona

Rasheed Walker's emergence may lessen the need to draft an offensive lineman early. No tackle in the NFL earned a higher PFF grade than Walker in Week 15. But the Packers still need to restock their depth if David Bakhtiari departs.

Arizona's Jordan Morgan would be a perfect Packers pick. He has outstanding athleticism and offers positional versatility. Green Bay could use him at tackle or guard, and Morgan has the potential to start at left tackle in the future. Finding a long-term replacement for Bakhtiari is on the offseason to-do list, and Morgan can become an excellent starter in the NFL for many years.

Round 2 (49): Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

The Packers may double down on defensive backs in the draft. After selecting Cooper DeJean in the first round, they add Toledo's Quinyon Mitchell on Day 2.

"At his peak, Mitchell can be an invaluable ball-hawk and turnover generator for an NFL defense with the versatility to play the boundary or the slot," writes Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.

The Packers would now have two options at slot corner, but Mitchell could also start on the outside. In his first two seasons at Toldeo, he made an incredible 37 pass defenses and six interceptions, including two pick-sixes.