Jaire Alexander, Eric Stokes, Rasul Douglas, Keisean Nixon, Corey Ballentine, Shemar Jean-Charles
Another regret from this mock draft was not adding some more cornerback depth. While not a major need, the Packers could do with more help at corner, especially if Rasul Douglas moves to safety.
That said, if the top three are fully healthy, the Packers are well set. Keisean Nixon is best known for his first-team All-Pro season as a kick returner, but he provides good depth in the secondary.
Darnell Savage, Anthony Johnson, Rudy Ford, Tarvarius Moore, Dallin Leavitt, Tariq Carpenter
The Packers have made some moves at safety this offseason. They brought in former San Francisco 49ers safety Tarvarius Moore, while also re-signing Rudy Ford and Dallin Leavitt. Ford, Moore, Leavitt, and Tariq Carpenter will play a lot of special teams.
It's not a deep safety class, but Anthony Johnson has starting potential. He was still on the board on Day 3, providing great value for the Packers.
Jake Moody, Pat O'Donnell, Matt Orzech
The Mason Crosby era could be over in Green Bay as the veteran kicker remains a free agent. If the Packers turn to the draft, the best option is Michigan's Jake Moody, winner of the Lou Groza Award a couple of seasons ago.