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

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20. TE Tucker Kraft

Kraft should play a significant number of snaps early in his career. The third-round pick has great size and athleticism and is a talented pass-catcher. The Packers needed to upgrade their tight end room, and Kraft should contribute as a receiver right away.

19. OL Royce Newman

Newman started 16 games in his rookie season. He was too inconsistent, leading to a reduced number of snaps in 2022, making just six starts. If he can improve his consistency, Newman can become a dependable backup with positional versatility.

18. EDGE Kingsley Enagbare

Enagbare showed potential in his rookie season, making three sacks and eight quarterback hits. He stepped up following Rashan Gary's season-ending injury and should be an important part of the pass-rush rotation in year two.

17. EDGE Lukas Van Ness

Van Ness has the opportunity to make an instant impact in Green Bay. He is an elite athlete and is so powerful. The Packers will have him line up on the edge and inside. If he reaches his potential, he'll soon rank much higher on this list.

16. TE Luke Musgrave

In the second round of this year's draft, the Packers took arguably the best player available and also fixed their biggest need. Musgrave needs some development, but his rare combination of size, speed, and athleticism can make him a difference-maker in Green Bay's offense.