Packers pull off huge trade in 2023 7-round mock draft

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Round 4 (116): Jonathan Mingo, WR, Ole Miss

Athleticism. Size. Speed. Yards-after-catch ability. A strong blocker. I've just given you five reasons why the Packers will love Ole Miss wide receiver Jonathan Mingo.

The 6-foot-2, 220-pound receiver checks just about every box. Green Bay has a type at the wide receiver position, and Mingo would be a perfect fit in this offense.

With Christian Watson's ability to get open deep downfield, the Packers need a receiver capable of hurting defenses after the catch. Mingo can do that, and his blocking would also be welcomed after the Packers lost Allen Lazard in free agency.

Round 5 (149): Keondre Coburn, DL, Texas

Adding defensive line depth needs to be a priority this offseason, whether that's via free agency or the draft.

Keondre Coburn played 41 games at Texas, making 52 tackles, 6.5 sacks, 15 tackles for loss, and two forced fumbles. He would add some much-needed depth to the defensive line.

Round 5 (170): Davis Allen, TE, Clemson

The Packers selected their future TE1 earlier in the draft. Now, they can add some depth with Clemson's Davis Allen.

"Allen is a versatile player who lines up as an H-back, in-line, in the slot, or even out wide as a receiver," wrote Brentley Weissman of The Draft Network.

Allen would initially provide some depth at tight end, and he would be a player for the Packers to develop.