NFL Draft grades: Grading every pick Packers made in 2024 NFL Draft

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Packers 2024 Draft Grades: Day 3

Evan Williams. C. S. Oregon. Evan Williams

The Packers continued to build their secondary at an area of need to begin Day 3. Oregon's Evan Williams is another versatile safety who can play at multiple spots. If he can land a starting job opposite Xavier McKinney, it could allow second-round pick Javon Bullard to play more slot corner snaps. Williams can also help on special teams.

"Packers just got a guy that bunch of teams were quietly hoping would fall to them in Round 4," writes Senior Bowl director Jim Nagy. "Evan Williams is an instinctive dude. Falls into the "good football player" category."

C. Duke. Jacob Monk. Jacob Monk. A

Another classic Packers offensive line pick. What do they love? Athleticism and versatility. Duke's Jacob Monk has an elite Relative Athletic Score of 9.74, has experience at tackle, guard, and center, and was a five-year starter in college. He was also a team captain.

Monk will likely play center or guard for the Packers, but they will love his ability to also cover at tackle.

B. S. Oregon State. Kitan Oladapo. Kitan Oladapo

Brian Gutekunst likes to double and triple down at positions of need, and he's done it at safety. Oregon State's Kitan Oladapo is another team captain. The Packers often show interest in Senior Bowl participants, and Oladapo checks that box, too. He could be a Day 3 steal for the Packers as a late fifth-rounder.

Lance Zierlein of compared him to former San Francisco 49ers safety Jaquiski Tartt, and projected he would go in Round 4.

"He's likely to come in as a backup with special teams duties but has a pretty good shot of becoming an eventual starter," writes Zierlein.

Travis Glover. C. T. Georgia State. Travis Glover

The Packers love versatility along the offensive line, and Georgia State's Travis Glover brings experience at tackle and guard. Green Bay has added plenty of depth and competition in this draft.

QB. Tulane. Michael Pratt. Michael Pratt. A

This is a great pick. Brian Gutekunst wasn't lying when he said he wanted to get back to the Ron Wolf method of drafting quarterbacks every year. Michael Pratt could've gone much earlier. He has 90 touchdown passes to only 26 interceptions in four seasons at Tulane and will provide serious competition for the backup job in Green Bay.

A. CB. Penn State. Kalen King. Kalen King

Another value pick to end the draft. Kalen King was considered a potential first-round pick at one point, but a disappointing 2023 season pushed him down to the seventh. Why not take a chance? If King can get anywhere close to where he was once projected, the Packers will have landed one of the steals of the draft.

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