Packers: All 13 draft picks ranked from worst to best

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12. Anders Carlson, K

The Packers needed a kicker, but Anders Carlson might not be the answer.

According to Pro Football Focus, Carlson made just 59.2% of field goals of 30 or more yards in his college career. That's a concern entering the NFL, especially as he will need to kick in tough conditions at Lambeau Field.

He will get an opportunity to prove himself over the summer, but the Packers should add competition at kicker in training camp. Signing a veteran in free agency would make sense.

11. Grant DuBose, WR

Grant DuBose being 11th in these rankings highlights the talent in this class. There aren't many reasons not to like the pick.

At 6-foot-2, 201 pounds, with a Relative Athletic Score of 8.79 out of 10, DuBose has the size and athleticism the Packers covet.

He was also productive in his two seasons for Charlotte. In 2021, he caught 62 passes for 892 yards and six touchdowns. Last season, he made 64 receptions for 792 yards and nine touchdowns. DuBose might never be a regular starter in the Packers' offense, but he offers upside as a solid complementary pass-catcher.

DuBose has a great shot at making the Packers' roster this summer and contributing in year one.