4. T'Vondre Sweat, DL, Texas
The Packers don't desperately need to add defensive linemen early in the draft, but Texas' T'Vondre Sweat could be a home-run pick if he's available on Day 2. Green Bay must improve its run defense next season, and it starts along the defensive line.
At 6-foot-4, 362 pounds, Sweat is a powerful, dominant run defender. He regularly draws double teams in the middle of the defensive line, making life easier for his teammates. Sweat would immediately help Green Bay's run defense but can also provide some interior pass rush, having made two sacks in his final season at Texas.
3. Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami
If Green Bay targets a safety in the early rounds of the 2024 NFL Draft, Miami's Kamren Kinchens should be at the top of the list.
Kinchens is everything the Packers need at the position. He can play as a single-high safety in Hafley's defense. Kinchens is an absolute game-changer when defending the pass. He makes up ground so quickly in coverage and intercepted 11 passes in the past two seasons.
Kinchens lined up in various positions in Miami's secondary, including slot corner. He can do a bit of everything. Kinchens could start from Day 1 in Green Bay and immediately make a difference.