Round 1 (11): Taliese Fuaga, T, Oregon State
Even after trading down, the Packers still land one of the best prospects in the class, fixing a position of need in the process. Tackle should be high on the to-do list in the offseason. Green Bay will hope Rasheed Walker continues to improve, but he hasn't shown enough evidence that he's a starting left tackle this season. Yosh Nijman has outplayed him but becomes a free agent in the spring.
Many have said this Packers team needs to become more physical and tough. Fuaga would add power to the offensive line.
"There are road graders, and then there are bulldozers, and then there are Taliese Fuagas. He's in a league of his own with the power he provides up front in the run game," writes Kyle Crabbs of Athlon Sports.
Fuaga is a dominant run-blocker, an area the Packers desperately need to improve in, but he also offers plenty as a pass-protector. He has incredible strength and power, which wears down defensive linemen.
Fuaga plays at right tackle for Oregon State. He could start there in Green Bay, with Zach Tom sliding to the left side of the line. Fuaga is rising up draft boards and would be a home-run selection for the Packers in the first round, especially after trading down.