2024 NFL 7-Round Mock Draft: Packers land star receiver, rebuild running back room

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Round 6 (217): Josh Proctor, S, Ohio State

The Packers continue to rebuild the secondary on Day 3 of the draft. With multiple free agents at the position, it won't be surprising if Gutekunst doubles down at safety and cornerback in the draft. Josh Proctor is 6-foot-2, 195 pounds, and has played in 43 games at Ohio State since 2018, making 14 pass defenses (including eight in 2023) and three interceptions. He would provide some depth and competition at safety.

Round 6 (219): Anthony Belton, T, NC State

Green Bay loves to add developmental offensive linemen late in the draft. With Yosh Nijman possibly departing in free agency, the Packers add another young tackle to the roster with NC State's Anthony Belton. He is a powerful player at 6-foot-6, 325 pounds. Belton can become a good player in the NFL, and he instantly provides some much-needed depth.

Round 7 (240): Gabe Hall, DL, Baylor

The Packers may add more defensive line depth earlier in the draft, although it's not a major need. Where they can improve is in run defense, something Baylor's Gabe Hall can offer at 6-foot-6, 290 pounds. He still needs to work on his pass-rush ability, but Hall would add more strength to the defensive line, particularly on early downs. The Packers don't need significant changes up front on defense, but they add depth on Day 3 of the draft.

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