5 dream David Bakhtiari replacements Packers should target in draft

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4. Jordan Morgan, Arizona

Arizona's Jordan Morgan is among the top tackle prospects in the class and could be available early in the second round. Morgan tested well at the NFL Combine and has a Relative Athletic Score of 9.00 out of 10. The question is whether he will continue to play tackle in the NFL or move to guard.

"Morgan could ultimately transition to guard at the next level, where his explosiveness, range, torque, natural leverage, and physicality would translate very well. But he can be a stellar NFL offensive lineman at either tackle or guard," writes Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.

It could be the perfect scenario for the Packers. They don't need to draft a Rasheed Walker replacement, but if they bring in a starting guard with left tackle experience, it's a win-win.

3. Kingsley Suamataia, BYU

BYU's Kingsley Suamataia is another tackle prospect who could move inside at the next level, and he also has experience playing at left and right tackle. That versatility would make him a valuable addition to the Packers' offense.

Suamataia may need some time to develop in the NFL, but the Packers wouldn't need him to start at either tackle spot in Year 1. He could begin his career as the swing tackle or compete for a starting job at guard.

Suamataia boosted his draft stock at the NFL Combine, earning a Relative Athletic Score of 9.11 out of 10 at the tackle position and 9.94 at guard. He could be in play for the Packers at No. 41.