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

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Round 7 (232): Evan Hull, RB, Northwestern

The Packers add some running back depth here. With Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon at the top of the depth chart, the RB3 needs to be able to play special teams. Evan Hull can do that. And he would provide quality depth. In his final two seasons at Northwestern, Hull rushed for 1,922 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Round 7 (235): Jake Moody, K, Michigan

The Aaron Rodgers era is over in Green Bay, and the Mason Crosby era could also be coming to an end. If the Packers don't re-sign Crosby, they could turn to Michigan's Jake Moody, the best kicker in the draft. Moody won the Lou Groza Award in 2021.

Round 7 (242): Clayton Tune, QB, Houston

The Packers don't just need a backup quarterback, but also a young passer to develop. Houston's Clayton Tune threw for 4,074 yards, 40 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions last season. He could compete for the QB2 spot in Green Bay.

Round 7 (256): John Ojukwu, OL, Boise State

Ideally, the Packers will draft an offensive lineman earlier than in the seventh round. John Ojukwu would provide some depth at tackle. Lance Zierlein of believes that he "should compete for a roster spot as a late Day 3 selection."

The Packers have talent at tackle with David Bakhtiari, Yosh Nijman, and Zach Tom, but Ojukwu would add depth.