5 dream draft targets for Packers to build unstoppable offense around Jordan Love

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2. Graham Barton, OL, Duke

Another early-round option for the Packers is Duke offensive lineman Graham Barton. Where he plays in the NFL depends on the team that drafts him. Barton played at left tackle in college, but many view him as a guard or center at the next level.

"Barton's technique, toughness and athleticism are exactly what teams will be looking for from an early starter with Pro Bowl potential," writes Lance Zierlein of NFL.com.

The Packers could have an opening at right guard if Jon Runyan Jr. departs, but it's also possible Barton just outplays Josh Myers and takes the starting center job. Myers is a solid starter and improved in the second half of the season, but it's an area the Packers can upgrade.

Barton is strong in both the pass and run games and can become a quality starter for several years in the NFL. He likely wouldn't start at tackle in Green Bay but could cover for injuries. The Packers love to draft tackles who can move inside, giving them positional versatility, and Barton checks every box.

Green Bay has a solid starting five but should look for upgrades. If nothing else, the Packers need depth across the board, and Barton's ability to play almost anywhere along the line is a major plus.