Packers 4-round mock draft after landing Josh Jacobs and Xavier McKinney

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Round 3 (88): Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

One of the standout performers at the Senior Bowl and NFL Combine, Max Melton could go as early as the second round. He has everything the Packers need at cornerback, offering the versatility to play inside and outside.

Melton would compete with Eric Stokes and Carrington Valentine for a starting job on the outside or play in the slot ahead of Keisean Nixon. Melton helped his draft stock with a 9.65 Relative Athletic Score.

Round 3 (91): Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

The Packers made one of the most surprising moves of free agency by signing Josh Jacobs and releasing Aaron Jones. Jacobs is the lead back, but Green Bay lacks depth without Jones and AJ Dillon.

Last season, Jonathon Brooks finally got his opportunity after sitting behind Bijan Robinson and Roschon Johnson, and he made the most of it, rushing for 1,139 yards and 10 touchdowns. Brooks' season was cut short due to a torn ACL, but he still put up incredible numbers in 13 games. A Jacobs-Brooks backfield would be as good as any in the NFL.

Brooks is the best running back in the class and could be a star in the Packers' offense for years to come.

Round 4 (126): Javon Foster, T, Missouri

Green Bay released David Bakhtiari, and Yosh Nijman remains an unsigned free agent. Improving depth at tackle is a must. Missouri's Javon Foster played left tackle in college but could move inside at the NFL level. Being able to play multiple positions improves his chances of landing in Green Bay.

According to PFF, Foster allowed only one sack and no quarterback hits last season. The Packers wouldn't need Foster to start at tackle, as they already have Rasheed Walker and Zach Tom, but he could immediately compete for the swing tackle job while providing depth at guard.

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