Running back: Jonathon Brooks
AJ Dillon is a free agent, and Aaron Jones' high cap number could force the Packers to move on. Green Bay finds its new starter in the draft with Texas' Jonathon Brooks. Brooks is a three-down back and is enjoying a breakout season after replacing Bijan Robinson as the lead back in Texas. Brooks has 1,247 yards and nine touchdowns from scrimmage in nine games this season and could take on RB1 duties in Green Bay.
Wide receiver: Marvin Harrison Jr.
The Packers would need a higher draft pick, but Ohio State's Marvin Harrison would be a dream first-round selection for this offense. Pro Football Network's Ian Cummings called Harrison "the next Calvin Johnson." The comparisons are easy to understand. Harrison is dominant in contested-catch situations and would give Jordan Love a true WR1 with superstar potential.
Wide receiver: Christian Watson
Drafting Harrison takes the pressure off Christian Watson. Harrison taking the attention away from defenders would be great news for Watson, who can use his speed and big-play ability to burn defenses.
Wide receiver: Romeo Doubs
Romeo Doubs is Jordan Love's most trusted target. Entering year three in 2024, Doubs can be a reliable, go-to target for Love when the Packers need to move the chains. Green Bay would also have the option of Jayden Reed in the slot.
Tight end: Luke Musgrave
Luke Musgrave has Pro Bowl potential. With 27 targets in eight games, it's clear Love trusts his tight end. Musgrave is only scratching the surface of his game-changing potential. The Packers need to find the best ways to feature Musgrave, which should mean more opportunities downfield.