Packers: All 13 draft picks ranked from worst to best

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2. Luke Musgrave, TE

The Packers didn't just draft one talented tight end, though. A round before they picked Tucker Kraft, Green Bay selected Oregon State's Luke Musgrave.

In recent seasons, the Packers have had a phenomenal blocker in Marcedes Lewis and a good pass-catcher in Robert Tonyan. Musgrave is strong in both areas. Add in that he's 6-foot-6, 253 pounds, and has a Relative Athletic Score of 9.78, and it's easy to see why Musgrave can be a superstar in the NFL.

He is already a talented route-runner with great receiving ability. The best part? He can get so much better. It's going to be fun watching Musgrave in the Packers' offense.

1. Lukas Van Ness, EDGE

At No. 1 in our rankings is the Packers' first-round pick, Lukas Van Ness out of Iowa. Like most of the Packers' other draft picks, Van Ness is an elite athlete with great size. He is a powerful pass rusher with Pro Bowl potential in the NFL.

He might not start instantly, but his ability to move inside and play the Za'Darius Smith role increases his chances of being in the starting lineup next to Rashan Gary and Preston Smith.

The Packers added a lot of talented players in this draft class. Van Ness is one of the few with star potential.