NFL Draft Grades 2022: Re-grading the Packers draft one year later

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Round 3: OL Sean Rhyan

The Packers have a great track record of drafting offensive linemen, but their recent third-round history is embarrassing. Unfortunately, the latter continued in 2022. Sean Rhyan played one snap on special teams and ended the regular season with a six-game suspension. Not ideal.

Grade: F

Round 4: WR Romeo Doubs

A midseason injury prevented Romeo Doubs from finishing off an impressive rookie season, but he showed more than enough potential early on. With his route-running, good hands, and ability to win contested catches, Doubs made 31 receptions for 314 yards and three touchdowns in the first nine games before getting hurt.

After missing four games, Doubs struggled for consistency when he returned late in the regular season.

Still, Doubs showed a ton of potential in year one. He was a star in training camp, and continued to build momentum in the regular season before getting injured.

Grade: B

Round 4: OL Zach Tom

An unsung hero on offense last season, Zach Tom couldn't have made a more impressive start to his NFL career. He was regularly put in tough spots, filling in at both tackle positions off the bench. But he delivered, showing his ability to play multiple positions.

He played center at college, and could start games at all five positions for the Packers when needed. The next step is figuring out his best role. He deserves to start.

Grade: A