Tee Higgins trade shakes up Packers 7-round 2024 NFL mock draft

The Green Bay Packers can win the offseason with this kind of draft.

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Under general manager Brian Gutekunst, the Green Bay Packers haven't been afraid to pull the trigger on big trades. Over the last couple of offseasons, the Packers have made some of the biggest trades in the league, they've just involved star players leaving Green Bay as opposed to arriving. But after the way things went last season, it wouldn't be surprising to see Gutekunst change course and add some players through trades during the 2024 NFL Draft.

We're going to take a look at a 2024 mock draft scenario in which the Packers make a couple of bold moves, including adding Tee Higgins in a trade with the Cincinnati Bengals (spoiler alert). But how could they wrap a draft class around that idea?

What other bold moves could they make with 11 total picks for the 2024 Draft?

Round 1 (25): Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

The Green Bay Packers could be in a prime position to be able to take one of the best tackle prospects in this year's draft. Depending on when a run on the position happens, Green Bay could see a couple of star players fall right into their lap with the 25th overall pick, and in this scenario, they land Amarius Mims.

Mims may lack experience, but what he lacks in experience, he more than makes up for in athletic traits and tools.

Mims would be stepping into an ideal scenario in Green Bay where the Packers have a couple of young players in Rasheed Walker and Zach Tom they can plan on starting if Mims isn't ready right away. But with how the Packers have developed offensive linemen under Adam Stenavich, Mims might not be able to land in a better spot at the next level.