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

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1. Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon

Green Bay has its quarterback and a deep receiving corps. If the Packers can turn their offensive line from good to great, you're looking at serious Super Bowl contenders. Oregon's Jackson Powers-Johnson can help them get there.

Starting center Josh Myers is entering the final year of his rookie deal and hasn't played with the consistency Green Bay hoped for when drafting him in the second round. Powers-Johnson would give the Packers an upgrade at the heart of the offensive line.

Powers-Johnson has experience at guard but will most likely play center in the NFL, and he can become a dominant starter.

"Jackson Powers-Johnson is an NFL-ready center who showcases the size, athleticism, and awareness to be an anchor on a team's offensive line," writes The Draft Network's Brentley Weissman.

The Packers have drafted several Senior Bowl standouts in recent years. They will be well aware of Powers-Johnson's dominant performance on the practice field in Mobile, Alabama.

Whether he's at center or guard, Powers-Johnson has Pro Bowl potential. The Packers have a solid starting offensive line but must take advantage of any opportunity to level up. They also need more depth at every position.

The Packers passed on Creed Humphrey in 2021. They shouldn't do the same with Powers-Johnson if he is available at No. 25. It's a move many fans might not initially appreciate, but they will be thankful when he is bullying defenders in January.

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