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Round 4 (126): Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

The Packers have a bright future at tight end after drafting Luke Musgrave and Tucker Kraft a year ago. But Gutekunst may search for a Josiah Deguara replacement in the draft.

Green Bay hoped Deguara could become a difference-maker in the H-back role, similar to how the San Francisco 49ers use Kyle Juszczyk. However, Deguara lacked consistency and saw his role decrease throughout the 2023 season.

Kansas State's Ben Sinnott has the potential to step into that role. Sinnott is another prospect who improved his draft stock at the NFL Combine, earning a Relative Athletic Score of 9.49.

"What separates Sinnott from the rest of the 2024 NFL Draft TE class, however, is his complete, all-encompassing usage versatility. He can line up in-line, in the slot, in stacked alignments, and at H-back in the backfield," writes Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.

Sinnott's run-blocking ability would help him get on the field early in his career, but he also offers plenty as a pass-catcher, having made 49 receptions for 676 yards and six touchdowns in 2023.

Drafting Sinnott would give the Packers one of the league's most exciting, talented, and versatile tight end trios. With Musgrave, Kraft, and Sinnott, the sky is the limit.

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