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

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Round 7: Quarterback and more defensive help

Round 7 (232): Viliami Fehoko, EDGE, San Jose State

Viliami Fehoko made 22 sacks in his final three seasons at San Jose State, including nine last year. The Packers went a long way to fixing their pass rush in the early rounds, and they add more depth here. Fehoko is a talented young pass rusher with the potential to become a contributor on defense. He could make an impact in year one as part of the rotation.

Round 7 (235): Clayton Tune, QB, Houston

There are a number of potential quarterback options late in the draft, including Houston's Clayton Tune. Tune threw for 11,994 yards, 104 touchdowns, and 41 interceptions in his five seasons at Houston. Green Bay finds a talented young quarterback to develop as the backup behind Jordan Love.

Round 7 (242): Brodric Martin, DT, Western Kentucky

Even after selecting Adetomiwa Adebawore in the second round, the Packers need to add more defensive line depth. Brodric Martin played in 26 games over two seasons for Western Kentucky, making four sacks, 62 tackles, and six tackles for loss. He would provide depth along the defensive line.

Round 7 (256): Mekhi Blackmon, CB, USC

Green Bay should add cornerback depth in this year's draft. Eric Stokes is returning from a significant injury. Keisean Nixon is a solid backup, but the Packers need more depth. USC's Mekhi Blackmon would provide some competition at training camp and could compete for a roster spot.