2. Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State
Priority number one for the Packers in the offseason is to fix the offensive line. That may require a shakeup to the coaching staff. The fact so many Packers linemen are underperforming isn't a great look for the coaches.
But Green Bay also needs to add more talent, particularly at tackle, considering David Bakhtiari's uncertain future. Zach Tom is doing an excellent job at right tackle, so there's no need to move him, but the Packers need an upgrade at left tackle.
Fortunately, they may be perfectly positioned to draft Penn State's Olumuyiwa Fashanu, the best tackle in the class.
ESPN's Mel Kiper believes Fashanu would be the No. 1 overall prospect in most draft classes.
"Fashanu has the size, footwork and physical traits teams wanted in a high-end left tackle. He moves effortlessly and with urgency, getting his hands on second-level defenders with ease," writes Kiper.
It doesn't matter who is playing at quarterback; they are destined to fail without better protection from the offensive line. The Packers could find their left tackle for the next decade by drafting Fashanu in the first round.
If they end up with a top-five pick, they will have a great chance to draft him. Quarterbacks Caleb Williams and Drake Maye and wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. could come off the board first. Fashanu would be a home-run pick for the Packers.