Left tackle: Jordan Morgan
Several mock drafts have Arizona's Jordan Morgan falling to the second round, which would be perfect for the Packers. Morgan is having an excellent season and can become a quality starting left tackle in the NFL. Rasheed Walker has struggled this season, and Yosh Nijman is a free agent. Morgan would start from Day 1.
Left guard: Elgton Jenkins
No changes here. Elgton Jenkins is a former Pro Bowler and one of the Packers' most experienced players on offense. Left guard is Jenkins' best position.
Center: Sedrick Van Pran
Josh Myers' play has improved in recent weeks, but the Packers could still look to upgrade the position in the draft. Georgia's Sedrick Van Pran is the best center in the class and should be a Day 2 target for Green Bay. Van Pran has been dominant as a run blocker and pass protector this season.
Right guard: Ezra Cleveland
Ezra Cleveland is a player to watch in free agency if the Jacksonville Jaguars don't work out a contract extension before then. Jacksonville recently traded for Cleveland. He is an excellent starting left guard but has experience on the right side.
Right tackle: Zach Tom
Zach Tom has proven himself at right tackle this season. While the Packers may move him to the left side of the line, and Tom can also play the interior positions, there's no need to change what's working.