Round 3 (82): Sedrick Van Pran, C, Georgia
The Packers need to pay some attention to the interior offensive line spots, although they may already have their two starting guards for 2024 in place.
Elgton Jenkins is a Pro Bowler at left guard. Second-year Sean Rhyan continues to impress when he gets opportunities. It's time for the Packers to give Rhyan a shot as the full-time starter at right guard ahead of Jon Runyan Jr. Runyan has struggled for consistency this season and is in a contract year.
Josh Myers faces an uncertain future in a starting position. His play is so up and down. While he does make a number of positive plays, there are too many disastrous moments where he gives up an immediate pressure or run stop.
At the very least, the Packers should add some competition. Georgia's Sedrick Van Pran has plenty of experience at center and has Day 1 starting potential in the NFL. Playing in the Georgia offense will help him make a quick adjustment at the next level.
Van Pran would improve the Packers' poor run-blocking, and he is also strong in pass protection. He has the talent to become a quality starting center in Green Bay, providing some much-needed reliability in the middle of the offensive line.