7 first-round targets that would make Packers Super Bowl contenders

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4. Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

We all know the Packers have a loaded group of young wide receivers right now, but let's just acknowledge for the moment that they lack a true go-to target in the passing game.

Perhaps that will end up being someone already on the roster. I think the Packers are clearly banking on that being Christian Watson, someone they just traded up for in the 2022 NFL Draft. But two years into the Christian Watson experience, the Packers have to be left wondering whether or not he's truly going to be that "go-to" threat in the passing game.

Trading up and getting someone like Rome Odunze? Well, that might set this Packers offense off. Odunze has true WR1 traits and production at the highest level, and even if it meant the Packers moving on from a talented player like Watson in a trade, I think adding Odunze as the top dog of this wide receiver corps would take this team to another level.

5. Taliese Fuaga, OL, Oregon State

One player whose stock just seems to keep on soaring by the day is Oregon State offensive lineman Taliese Fuaga. Fuaga is considered maybe the best overall run blocker in this year's draft class, and while we know the Packers are going to be slinging the ball around the yard with Jordan Love at QB, this team needs to have balance, and Fuaga can help provide that.

Although you don't typically consider a position like guard to be that big of a game-changer in the NFL Draft, adding an elite talent like this to come in and start immediately at right guard to replace Jon Runyan Jr. would be massive for the Packers.