6. Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee
Packers fans got to enjoy how much fear Christian Watson put into defenses with his incredible speed. Jalin Hyatt has been doing the same thing at Tennessee, and it's fun to imagine the potential of this offense with both Hyatt and Watson together.
After catching 67 passes for 1,267 yards and 15 touchdowns last season, Hyatt was named the Biletnikoff Award winner, a unanimous All-American, and a first-team All-SEC. With his game-changing ability, Hyatt would be an exciting addition to Green Bay's offense, and he'd give Jordan Love another great deep threat in the passing game. Hyatt would be an excellent pick.
5. Sam LaPorta, TE, Iowa
While you could argue Sam LaPorta doesn't have ideal size and his blocking needs some work, there's no denying his potential as a pass-catching tight end. At Iowa, he made it look easy at times. LaPorta is outstanding at picking up yards after the catch, something he did regularly.
LaPorta would be a reliable target for Jordan Love, a player he can throw a short pass to and know he'll make the most of it. LaPorta is an excellent athlete with tremendous receiving ability, making him a great target for the Packers on the second day of the 2023 NFL Draft.