Who are the best available prospects the Green Bay Packers should target on Day 2 of the 2023 NFL Draft?
The Green Bay Packers strengthened their pass rush in the first round by selecting Iowa's Lukas Van Ness. On Day 2, they need to get Jordan Love some help on offense. The good news is that there will be plenty of options.
The beauty of the draft is that even after an entertaining opening night, the excitement is only just getting started. There are six more rounds to go, starting with two more on Friday night.
Who are the 10 best remaining prospects the Packers should target on Day 2 of the draft?
10. Luke Musgrave, TE, Oregon State
Oregon State tight end Luke Musgrave only played in two games last season. Other tight ends in the class come with a safer floor than Musgrave, but few have the same upside as him. He is 6-foot-6, 253 pounds, and could be a mismatch as a receiver.
Musgrave is a phenomenal athlete and could be a steal on the second day of the draft. There is some risk to drafting him, as he never put up more than 304 receiving yards or one touchdown in a season at Oregon State, but he has the potential to become a star tight end in the NFL.
9. Cedric Tillman, WR, Tennessee
With Cedric Tillman injured for most of the season and after Jalin Hyatt's dominant year in the same offense, it's easy to forget just how talented he is. On Tillman's draft profile for NFL.com, NFL analyst Lance Zierlein compared him to Michael Pittman Jr. and wrote that "Tillman was a monster in 2021, ringing up impressive performances against the likes of Alabama and Georgia."
Tillman had 12 touchdowns in 12 games in 2021, but only played in six games last season due to injury. In that time, he still put up 417 yards and three touchdowns. He would be a great fit in Matt LaFleur's offense.