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Rounds 3-5: Offensive line, pass rush depth

Round 3 (89): Tyler Steen, OT, Alabama

Tyler Steen is a phenomenal athlete, with a Relative Athletic Score of 9.46 out of 10. He has played at both tackle positions in college, and the Packers love linemen with versatility. Green Bay has decent depth at tackle but needs to think long-term, as David Bakhtiari could be entering his final season with the Packers.

Steen can be a quality backup in year one, with the potential to become a starter in the future.

Round 4 (116): Tuli Tuipulotu, EDGE, USC

It was surprising to see Tuli Tuipulotu still on the board in the fourth round, but it highlights the depth at edge rusher in this class.

Lance Zierlein of compared Tuipulotu to George Karlaftis.

"Defender possessing the rare blend of size, strength and athleticism to line up as an interior or edge defender in both 4-3 and 3-4 fronts," Zierlein wrote.

The Packers get much-needed pass-rush help and a potential replacement for Preston Smith next offseason.

Round 5 (149): Olusegun Oluwatimi, OL, Michigan

The Packers add some more depth to the offensive line. According to Pro Football Focus, Olusegun Oluwatimi had the fifth-highest run-blocking grade among centers in college football last season.

In Oluwatimi, the Packers would have a young, talented lineman to develop, and he could provide some competition for Josh Myers at center.