9. Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson
The Packers don't typically draft off-ball linebackers in the early rounds. Quay Walker was an exception. However, the need for good linebacker play increases in Hafley's system. Adding a linebacker early in the draft will become a priority if the Packers move on from De'Vondre Campbell.
Clemson's Jeremiah Trotter Jr. can do everything. He is a three-down linebacker who shines in coverage, tackling, and stopping the run. Trotter finished his final season at Clemson with 88 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, two interceptions, and five passes defended.
8. Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota
Green Bay desperately needs an upgrade at safety, and Minnesota's Tyler Nubin is one of the best in this year's rookie class. Nubin could play as the single-high safety in Hafley's defense. He is a game-changer in coverage, having made nine interceptions and seven pass defenses in his final two seasons in college.
Nubin would instantly compete for a starting job and could immediately take on a crucial role in the Packers' defense.
7. Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri
Ennis Rakestraw Jr. is a physical corner with plenty of experience playing press coverage, and he is a willing run defender. Rakestraw spends most of his time lined up at outside corner, but he has played in the slot for Missouri, providing some versatility.
Rakestraw would fit Hafley's system and compete for snaps on the outside from Day 1.