Packers mock draft: Predicting free agency signings, draft picks, roster cuts

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Packers 4-round mock draft

Signing a free-agent safety, cornerback, and linebacker eases the pressure on draft day. While the Packers still need additional upgrades at those positions, they can wait for the right opportunity.

Trade down with Chiefs

  • Round 1 (32): Graham Barton, OL, Duke
  • Round 2 (41): Darius Robinson, EDGE, Missouri
  • Round 2 (57): Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami
  • Round 3 (88): Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon
  • Round 3 (91): Tykee Smith, DB, Georgia
  • Round 3 (95): Braelon Allen, RB Wisconsin
  • Round 4 (126): Sataoa Laumea, T, Utah

The Packers add another third-round pick by moving down seven spots. At No. 32, Green Bay adds versatile offensive lineman Graham Barton. He played left tackle in college but would be a Day 1 starting guard or center for the Packers.

Missouri's Darius Robinson is a powerful edge defender perfectly suited for Jeff Hafley's 4-3 defense. He also has experience playing inside. Green Bay adds another safety with Miami's Kamren Kinchens, who has the versatility to play any role required. Georgia's Tykee Smith can become the Packers' starting slot corner while also adding more depth at safety.

Running backs Bucky Irving and Braelon Allen could become the Packers' long-term replacements for Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon, although Jones will return in 2024. Utah's Sataoa Laumea strengthens the offensive line depth with his ability to play tackle and guard.