Packers 4-round mock draft featuring trade-up for wide receiver
Round 2 (45): Luke Musgrave, TE, Oregon State
The Packers may have fixed the wide receiver position, but tight end would remain an area of need. Enter Oregon State's Luke Musgrave. Musgrave could be Green Bay's new TE1.
The concern? Musgrave has missed a lot of time due to injury. He only played two games last season and six in 2020.
But he will enter the NFL with sky-high potential.
Athleticism? Check. Musgrave earned a Relative Athletic Score of 9.75 out of 10. Size? Check. He is 6-foot-6, 253 pounds.
Musgrave has the tools to become a dominant tight end.
Round 4 (116): Zacch Pickens, DT, South Carolina
Entering the offseason, the Packers needed upgrades along the defensive line. They have since lost Dean Lowry and Jarran Reed in free agency, further emphasizing the need.
While Green Bay has a Pro Bowler in Kenny Clark, a promising young player in 2022 first-rounder Devonte Wyatt, and talented third-year T.J. Slaton, more work is required along the defensive line.
South Carolina's Zacch Pickens would immediately help the Packers' defensive line depth, with the potential to become a starter. Pickens played 12 games in his final season at South Carolina, making 42 tackles, 2.5 sacks, four tackles for loss, and three pass defenses.
The Packers need to draft a defensive lineman, and Pickens would be a great choice on Day 3.