Packers send Aaron Rodgers pick back to Jets in 4-round NFL mock draft

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Round 4 (126): Beaux Limmer, C/G, Arkansas

After losing Jon Runyan Jr. in NFL free agency (New York Giants), the Packers could be in the market for another potential developmental starter at the guard position. They have Sean Rhyan waiting in the wings right now, obviously, but this team has done such a good job of finding "dudes" for the offensive line on Day 3, they'd be foolish not to go back to that well again at some point.

Beaux Limmer has a lot of starting experience against SEC competition, which is a huge advantage, and he's also someone the Packers will love for his athletic traits. He's a 9.82 on the RAS scale and a truly elite specimen at his position group.

Round 4 (134): Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, S, Texas Tech

Pick from projected Jets trade

The Green Bay Packers have become experts at snagging multiple players at the same position group in a given draft and having both of those players end up playing crucial roles.

Make no mistake about it, you can utilize more than just two safeties in today's NFL, and a player like Dadrion Taylor-Demerson of Texas Tech has ultimate positional flexibility with his man cover skills and the ability to click and close on the ball.

He's slightly undersized at the safety position, but he can fly around the field and does a good job of reading the quarterback's eyes. He might have a future in the slot if he's not a full-time starting safety, which he can be.

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