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

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25. WR Equanimeous St. Brown

St. Brown was a solid backup wide receiver during his four seasons in Green Bay. He made some impressive plays as a rookie, making 21 catches for 328 yards, but was limited to a backup role, only making another 16 catches the rest of his time with the Packers.

24. DL Colby Wooden

The Packers needed to add another starter along the defensive line, and they may have found one with Auburn's Colby Wooden. He made 10.5 sacks in his final two seasons in college. He provides interior pass rush and solid run defense, which is exactly what the Packers need.

23. DL T.J. Slaton

Without Jarran Reed and Dean Lowry, Slaton could be a starter for the Packers this season. He has been active for all 34 games over his first two seasons, but has made just two starts. Slaton should see an increased role in year three.

22. LB Oren Burks

Burks only started seven of 59 games for the Packers over four seasons, but he was a core special teams player during that time. He wasn't re-signed after his rookie contract, but signed a deal with the San Francisco 49ers.

21. WR Jayden Reed

The Packers have a new-look receiving corps this season, and second-round pick Jayden Reed should have a featured role immediately. He can line up in the slot, outside, out of the backfield, and can return kicks and punts. Reed can do it all for the Packers.