Packers 7-round mock draft: Building an unstoppable offense around Jordan Love

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Rounds 2-3: All about defense

Round 2 (56): Felix Anudike-Uzomah, EDGE, Kansas State

After adding three pass-catchers already, the Packers can spend some time on defense. Kansas State pass rusher Felix Anudike-Uzomah made 19.5 sacks in his final two seasons.

"Anudike-Uzomah is one of the best edge benders in the draft class. He's the type of edge rusher that's going to convert a lot of pressures to sacks because of that," Michael Renner of Pro Football Focus wrote.

The addition of Anudike-Uzomah, Adebawore, and the return of Rashan Gary this season would help fix a Packers pass rush that managed only 34 sacks last season.

Round 3 (78): Sydney Brown, S, Illinois

With Adrian Amos gone, the Packers find his potential long-term replacement with Illinois safety Sydney Brown.

"He had three outstanding days of practice at the Senior Bowl and showed cornerback ball skills during drills as well as scrimmages," wrote Tony Pauline of Pro Football Network.

Brown had six interceptions and seven pass defenses in his final season at Illinois.

His athleticism, physicality, and versatility would make him a great pick for the Packers in the third round. He could step into a starting role early on, either at safety or even slot corner. Following their offseason moves, the Packers would have great depth at the position.