Packers: All 61 Brian Gutekunst draft picks ranked from worst to best

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40. LB Kamal Martin

Martin impressed during his first training camp before playing 10 games and starting six as a rookie. However, he was a surprise cut the following summer.

39. OL Jake Hanson

Hanson has played in 11 games with one start across three seasons. He offers some positional versatility as a backup.

38. EDGE Jonathan Garvin

Garvin has just 1.5 sacks across 38 games, and he will face competition for one of the final roster spots at edge rusher this season.

37. DT Karl Brooks

Brooks could prove to be one of the steals of the 2023 NFL Draft. It shouldn't be long before he's starting in the Packers' defense, having made 10 sacks last year at Bowling Green.

36. S Tariq Carpenter

Carpenter barely played early in his rookie season, but had become an important special teams contributor late in the year. That will help his chances of making the roster this season.

35. S Anthony Johnson Jr.

Johnson was a seventh-round pick this year, but could eventually start for the Packers on defense. He is a former cornerback and can play multiple positions in the secondary. He is a player to watch over the summer.

34. WR Dontayvion Wicks

Wicks has the size and athleticism to become a solid complementary receiver for the Packers, but he made too many drops at Virginia.

33. CB Shemar Jean-Charles

Jean-Charles hasn't started a game for the Packers, but he has been active for 20 over his first two seasons and offers good depth at slot corner.

32. WR Samori Toure

Toure had limited opportunities as a rookie but made one of the Packers' most impressive touchdown catches of the season. Matt LaFleur keeps mentioning Toure as a player they will rely on this year.

31. LB Ty Summers

Summers played 46 games for the Packers across three seasons, with most of his snaps coming on special teams. He occasionally stepped in as a backup on defense.