Round 2 (41): Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State
The Packers don't desperately need to add an edge rusher in the early rounds, but the value was too good to pass up here. And things could change if Green Bay moves on from Preston Smith. Depth is also an issue, as Kingsley Enagbare will miss time after tearing his ACL in the playoffs.
"Chop Robinson showcases an explosive first step that sets the stage for him to develop into a dominant pass rusher on the next level," writes The Draft Network's Keith Sanchez.
Robinson's speed and explosiveness would perfectly complement the power of Rashan Gary, Smith, and Lukas Van Ness. You can never have enough good pass rushers, and the Packers would be loaded at the position.
Round 2 (57): Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest
Trading Rasul Douglas came back to haunt the Packers in the playoffs. Jaire Alexander still leads the way, but Eric Stokes barely played due to injury. Carrington Valentine had a solid rookie season, but Green Bay needs reinforcements at cornerback. Enter Wake Forest's Caelen Carson.
"If you like bullies, you're really going to dig Carson. This dude is one of the more tenacious cornerbacks in this year's class," writes Kyle Crabbs of Athlon Sports.
Carlson can quickly become a starter on the outside. The Packers need to keep upgrading their secondary. Kinchens and Carson give them a good start.