Packers 7-round mock draft with crazy 3-team Aaron Rodgers trade

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Round 4 (116): Jaquelin Roy, DL, LSU

Brian Gutekunst hit the fourth round out of the park last year by selecting Romeo Doubs and Zach Tom. LSU defensive lineman Jaquelin Roy could be another home run for the Packers, and he could step into a starting role early in his career.

"Roy has a prototype frame and appears to have the athletic upside that gives him the potential to be a very productive player in the NFL," wrote The Draft Network's Keith Sanchez.

Round 5 (149): Anthony Johnson Jr., S, Iowa State

The Packers have made moves at safety in free agency by signing Tarvarius Moore and bringing back Rudy Ford and Dallin Leavitt. Ford could start this season, but Moore and Leavitt will mostly play special teams. Darnell Savage also faces an uncertain future with only a year remaining on his contract.

Here, the Packers look to the future by drafting Iowa State's Anthony Johnson Jr., who has starting potential and has the versatility to play at multiple spots in the secondary.

Round 5 (170): Dontayvion Wicks, WR, Virginia

A wide receiver on the Packers' radar is Dontayvion Wicks. Green Bay hosted Wicks for a pre-draft visit, and it's no surprise. At 6-foot-1, 206 pounds, with a Relative Athletic Score of 9.17 out of 10, Wicks meets the Packers' size and athletic thresholds. He would provide nice receiving depth behind Christian Watson, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and Romeo Doubs.