Green Bay Packers fans wanted pass-catchers on Day 2. They got pass-catchers.
GM Brian Gutekunst went all-offense on the second night of the draft, selecting tight end Luke Musgrave, wide receiver Jayden Reed, and tight end Tucker Kraft with the Packers' three selections. He also traded down twice, netting two more picks on Day 3. Solid work.
With three picks, the Packers have added talent at two positions in desperate need of it. All of a sudden, Jordan Love is surrounded by a lot of receiving talent.
Let's hand out grades for the Packers' Day 2 picks.
Packers Draft Grades: Luke Musgrave comes with risk, but has huge upside
There was a little bit of panic among the fanbase when tight ends Sam LaPorta and Michael Mayer quickly came off the board on Day 2. However, the Packers weren't tempted to trade up, instead holding firm at No. 42 overall, and it paid off.
Oregon State tight end Luke Musgrave has the highest ceiling of any player at the position in this year's class, although there is risk in selecting him.
Musgrave only played two games last season, so this is more of a projection. However, it's easy to see why the Packers picked him. He is 6-foot-6, 253 pounds, with an unbelievable Relative Athletic Score of 9.78 out of 10.
"Musgrave isn't polished and he's missed time, but he has the potential to emerge as the top tight end in the class," wrote Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Network.
Defenses already have to worry about the speed of Christian Watson (and now Jayden Reed, too). Musgrave can be a nightmare mismatch in the middle of the field. He is an elite athlete with speed and size. If he reaches his potential, look out.