Packers draft grades: Rounds 3-4
Doubling-down at tight end made a ton of sense in such a deep class, and the Packers got incredible value with South Dakota State's Tucker Kraft in the third round. Like Luke Musgrave, Kraft has great size and athleticism, earning a Relative Athletic Score of 9.68 out of 10.
Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network wrote that "his elite blocking ability and alignment versatility only ensures that he'll see the field quickly in the NFL."
Kraft and Musgrave complement each other well and form an exciting young tight end duo in Green Bay.
Notice a theme here? The Packers drafted yet another elite athlete in the fourth round. Auburn defensive lineman Colby Wooden has a Relative Athletic Score of 9.25 out of 10.
"Wooden has the chance to be a three-down defensive lineman that teams will love to have," wrote The Draft Network's Damian Parson.
Wooden can line up across the defensive line, although his best spot is likely inside, where he will help stop the run and provide interior pass rush. In the past two seasons at Auburn, Wooden made 10.5 sacks and 20 tackles for loss. Wooden is an exciting addition to the Packers' defense and helps fix a position of need.