NFL Draft 2023: 10 best players available Packers should target on Day 2

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8. Jonathan Mingo, WR, Mississippi

There aren't many wide receivers in this year's class with Jonathan Mingo's size and physicality. Mingo's run-blocking ability would help make up for the loss of Allen Lazard in free agency, and the Mississippi wide receiver could become a reliable target for Jordan Love.

Last season, Mingo made 51 receptions for 861 yards and five touchdowns. Mingo is one of the most athletic receivers in the class -- his Relative Athletic Score is 9.86 out of 10 -- and it's hard not to love his fit in Green Bay's offense. Mingo should be one of the Packers' top targets on Day 2.

7. Keeanu Benton, DL, Wisconsin

If the Packers plan to strengthen their defensive line on the second night of the draft, there might not be a better option than Wisconsin's Keeanu Benton. Benton is already an excellent run defender, which would get him starting reps immediately.

Stopping the run was Green Bay's biggest issue on defense a year ago, having allowed 139.5 yards on the ground per game, which was the seventh-most in the NFL. But Benton also has pass-rush potential, having made 4.5 sacks in his final year at Wisconsin. Benton has the potential to become an excellent starting defensive lineman in the NFL.