Packers Draft Grades 2023: Analysis for every pick in each round

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Packers draft grades: Round 2

TE. Oregon State. Luke Musgrave. A

A season-ending injury limited Luke Musgrave to only two games last season, but his upside is through the roof. Musgrave has size, athleticism, and speed, and is a mismatch as a receiver. He is another phenomenal athlete, with a Relative Athletic Score of 9.78 out of 10.

Musgrave is the mismatch receiving tight end this Packers offense has lacked for years. If he reaches his potential, he can be a game-changer for Green Bay. Love this pick.

Jayden Reed. B. WR. Michigan State

It seemed a little early to draft Jayden Reed, but there's reason why the Packers picked him. Reed is an explosive playmaker who is strong after the catch. One of his biggest strengths is his ability to line up at multiple positions.

"He's a versatile wideout who can line up on the outside or in the slot, and his ability to separate through route running is impressive," wrote Tony Pauline of Pro Football Network.

Reed is fast and also wins a lot of contested catches. He is a player the Packers can move around and find ways to get the ball in his hands. With his explosiveness and yards-after-catch ability, Reed is going to be a fun player to watch in Green Bay's offense, and a receiver Jordan Love can lean on.