Ranking all 11 Packers 2024 draft picks from worst to best

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The Green Bay Packers have hit a couple of home runs in the NFL Draft in recent years, and not just on individual picks, but on their entire classes. At least, that's what it feels like.

The Packers have drafted so well that general manager Brian Gutekunst has been able to confidently move on from players like Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams and still contend in the playoffs.

So, how about the 2024 NFL Draft class for the Packers? How did Green Bay do with this group? Let's take a look at all 11 picks and rank them from worst to best in terms of the pick's value, the player drafted, and how that player will impact the roster right away.

Every Packers 2024 draft pick, ranked

11. Travis Glover, OL, Georgia State (Round 6)

There's nothing inherently wrong with the Packers' decision to pick Travis Glover in the sixth round, especially because they were clearly convicted about his tape. Glover is one of the older prospects the Packers picked up in this class, he doesn't score high on the RAS scale, and he's coming from a lower level of competition.

10. Evan Williams, S, Oregon (Round 4)

Evan Williams is an attacking safety prospect with some nice explosiveness, but not great size and not great overall speed at the position. When I watched him at both Fresno State and Oregon, he looked like he was going to translate to a really good NFL special teams player. The Packers love doubling and even tripling up on players at certain positions in the draft but there were some good values at corner available where they took Evan Williams.

9. Ty'Ron Hopper, LB, Missouri (Round 3)

It felt like the Packers reached at least a round for Ty'Ron Hopper, who showed some nice explosiveness in his pre-draft workouts but not great speed with average size at the position. Green Bay and new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley obviously identified him as a scheme fit and someone who is going to be able to play fast within that defense. I didn't love the value on this pick.

8. Kalen King, CB, Penn State (Round 7)

There were a lot of high expectations for Kalen King going into the 2023 college football season at Penn State, and he obviously didn't live up to them. Still, with his potential for growth, you can't help but feel like the Packers "outkicked their coverage" with this selection. King was a great value in the seventh round.

7. Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane (Round 7)

As far as you can have a "great" seventh round of the NFL Draft, I don't know that it gets much better than what we saw from the Green Bay Packers. Getting both Kalen King from Penn State and Michael Pratt from Tulane was like getting two additional fourth-to-fifth-round picks. Pratt has a chance to be the long-term QB2 with spot-starter upside.

6. Jacob Monk, OL, Duke (Round 5)

Jacob Monk was a long-time starter at Duke with multiple years as a team captain who graded out extremely well athletically in the pre-draft process. He's got versatility on the interior offensive line and I think at worst he's going to develop into a key backup for the Packers, if not an eventual starter somewhere.

5. Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State (Round 5)

I actually liked the pick of Kitan Oladapo for the Packers a lot better than the Evan Williams pick. Oladapo is going to start off as a core special teams player for the Pack but I think he can also come in and contribute in packages defensively as a man defender against tight ends.

4. MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC (Round 3)

You can't fault the Packers for going after an explosive running back prospect to complement Josh Jacobs over the long haul. MarShawn Lloyd can also serve as some insurance for that Jacobs signing. In a draft class that was short on quality running backs, the Packers clearly got one of the best in Lloyd.

3. Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M (Round 2)

Getting additional linebacker help was essential for the Packers in this draft class and there were times throughout the 2024 NFL Draft process that we felt like Edgerrin Cooper could be the pick at 25 overall. To get him at pick #45 was a steal. Cooper can attack the line of scrimmage, rush the passer, and he has outstanding range.

2. Javon Bullard, S, Georgia (Round 2)

Everyone was wondering how the Packers were going to pair up big-money free agent Xavier McKinney with someone during the NFL Draft at the safety position. Javon Bullard probably couldn't have been a more tailor-made fit. When you hear people who cover the Georgia program talk about Bullard, it's easy to see why he's going to translate really well to the NFL level rather quickly.

1. Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona (Round 1)

Wherever Jordan Morgan ends up playing for the long haul -- it doesn't matter. Getting this kind of player in a draft class that was absolutely loaded on the offensive line is a huge steal for the Green Bay Packers. Morgan's positional versatility is such a weapon in today's NFL, and it's something the Packers value highly. Jordan Love had a breakout season and he gets some help immediately in the first round of the next draft class.

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