Projecting the Packers depth chart after 2023 NFL Draft

Green Bay Packers v Philadelphia Eagles
Green Bay Packers v Philadelphia Eagles / Scott Taetsch/GettyImages
2 of 4

Packers depth chart: Offensive line

Projected starting five: David Bakhtiari, Elgton Jenkins, Josh Myers, Jon Runyan, Yosh Nijman

Having drafted a grand total of zero offensive linemen, the projected starting five remains as it was last season. However, this is anything but set in stone.

David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins give the Packers a rock-solid duo on the left side of the line, but there aren't any certainties elsewhere. Second-year Zach Tom could start at center, right guard, or right tackle if he continues to impress in the summer. Green Bay has to find his best position.

Center Josh Myers has been inconsistent in his first two seasons, and there should be no guarantee he'll be the Day 1 starter this year.

Backups: Zach Tom, Royce Newman, Jake Hanson, Rasheed Walker, Sean Rhyan, Caleb Jones, Jean Delance

The Packers probably would've liked to add another offensive lineman or two in the draft, but they have good depth.

Tom proved he is good enough to start last season, and he offers positional versatility. Royce Newman has starting experience. The Packers will hope to see more from Sean Rhyan, who was selected in the third round last season but didn't play a single offensive snap in his rookie year.