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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Round 6 (203): Tyrone Tracy Jr., RB/WR, Purdue

Tyrone Tracy played wide receiver at Iowa but was a running back at Purdue, and his versatility at the next level is fascinating. Maybe the Packers could even find ways to utilize someone like him in the return game with the NFL changing the rules.

Either way, getting another playmaker at the running back position will be necessary and this is a guy who can play all three downs and be a dynamic weapon in space.

Round 6 (219): Dylan McMahon, OL, NC State

On Day 3 of the 2024 NFL Draft, we can all expect the Packers to take at least one or two shots on offensive linemen. They've developed guys so well in that range, and in this mock draft, if we're missing anything it's more interior offensive line presence.

The Packers lost Jon Runyan Jr. in NFL free agency, and they might want some competition for Sean Rhyan. In this case, they get some depth in the ultra-athletic Dylan McMahon.

Round 7 (243): Frank Crum, OT, Wyoming

Wyoming offensive tackle Frank Crum blew people away at the NFL scouting combine, and while the Packers may not maintain their RAS threshold all throughout the NFL Draft, Crum is very much on-brand for them in that regard. The Packers had representation on hand to watch Crum workout at his Pro Day as well.

Round 7 (255): Cam Little, K, Arkansas

Drafting another kicker might not be everyone's favorite situation, but with the way things ended last year for Anders Carlson, the Packers need to keep every option open. They did sign Greg Joseph this offseason, but that's not a kicking battle inspiring a ton of confidence right now.

How about this one? Cam Little didn't miss a single extra point at Arkansas.

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