2. Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame
Notre Dame's Michael Mayer is one of the best players at his position in this year's class, so getting him in the second round would be incredible value for the Packers, although they may need to trade up to have a realistic chance of getting him.
Mayer might not be the best receiving tight end in the class or the best blocker, but he combines the two skills better than anyone else. He could do everything the Packers need him to on offense, and his arrival would be great news for Jordan Love entering his first season as a starter.
1. Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State
It's a huge surprise that Joey Porter Jr. is still available after the opening round of the draft. It only highlights the incredible depth at the cornerback position.
While cornerback might not be a major need for the Packers, it could be tough to pass up on a potential Pro Bowl talent at a premium position. Porter is 6-foot-2, 193 pounds, and an excellent athlete. The Packers could move Rasul Douglas to safety and still have an elite cornerback trio of Jaire Alexander, Eric Stokes, and Porter. Don't expect Porter to last long on Day 2.