The Green Bay Packers enter Week 5 with a 2-2 record and everything to play for. However, this season is the start of a journey. The Packers can evaluate their young players before continuing to build the roster in the offseason.
If the season ended today, the Packers would pick 11th in the first round, then 37th and 50th in the second round, thanks to the Aaron Rodgers trade. The draft order will change throughout the season, but Green Bay could end up with three top-50 picks in 2024.
The Packers have built a talented young offense around Jordan Love. They have huge potential. Imagine how good this group can become with even more additions in next year's draft class.
With the help of the Pro Football Network mock draft simulator, it's time to add more talent around Love.
Packers Mock Draft: Surrounding Jordan Love with more talent
The Packers invested two early-round picks at tight end this year, so why add another at No. 11 overall? Well, with Brock Bowers on the board, this was too good an opportunity to pass up.
Luke Musgrave has Pro Bowl potential. He is already making an impact for the Packers, something rarely seen from rookie tight ends. Add Bowers to the mix, and it becomes unfair for opposing defenses. Green Bay would have an outstanding tight end duo.
"Brock Bowers has the physical and athletic tools to become a dominant pass-catching tight end in the NFL," writes The Draft Network's Damian Parson.
Bowers can become a superstar in the NFL. He's that good. In his past 20 games at Georgia, Bowers has caught 93 passes for 1,355 yards and 10 touchdowns. He wins contested catches, adds yards after the catch, and is an excellent blocker. Bowers can do it all.
Josiah Deguara is a free agent next offseason. Draft Bowers, and the Packers would have ridiculous tight end depth. Bowers and Musgrave together? In the same offense as Christian Watson? Yeah, good luck stopping them.