Round 4 (125): Sataoa Laumea, T, Utah
The Packers are masters of finding starting offensive linemen on Day 3 of the draft. A breakout season for Zach Tom and the emergence of Rasheed Walker lessens the need at tackle. However, considering David Bakhtiari's uncertain future, Yosh Nijman and Jon Runyan hitting free agency, and a need to upgrade the interior depth, Green Bay should strengthen along the offensive line.
Utah's Sataoa Laumea is a potential Day 3 target. He is 6-foot-4, 311 pounds, and has the versatility to play tackle and guard, which the Packers love. Jim Nagy, the executive director of the Senior Bowl, believes Laumea is slipping under the radar.
"Quick, loose & coordinated big man who is easily athletic enough to play left tackle at the next level, so there's true four-position flexibility here," writes Nagy.
Round 4 (135): Max Melton, CB, Rutgers
Green Bay adds more talent to the secondary, this time with Bo Melton's brother, Max. The Packers may need to double down at cornerback, and they add a playmaker in the fourth round. Melton defended 16 passes and intercepted five in his final two seasons at Rutgers. He would add speed and physicality to the Packers' secondary.
Melton has played snaps in the slot, although he is likely best suited to play on the outside. Green Bay strengthens its cornerback depth on Day 3.