The Packers need to draft a tackle early in 2024, even if David Bakhtiari returns. Bakhtiari won't play again this season, putting his future with the team in doubt. Either way, the Packers must consider their long-term options at left tackle.
They may feel confident in Rasheed Walker and Zach Tom as the starters, and that's great. But Yosh Nijman is a free agent in the offseason, which could leave the Packers with no depth at one of the most important positions in football.
Arizona's Jordan Morgan could start from Day 1, but he wouldn't necessarily need to. He would give the Packers a talented young tackle to develop.
"The nation might not have a more athletic tackle than Jordan Morgan. He was likely set to be a first-round pick in the 2023 class before tearing his ACL in November," writes Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.
The Packers love to draft elite athletes in the early rounds, and Morgan checks every box. He has made a strong start to the season, which is impressive after tearing his ACL less than a year ago.
Morgan is a player to watch this season. He could be an excellent early-round pick for the Packers in 2024.