Shocking Aaron Rodgers trade shakes up Packers 7-round mock draft
Round 5 (149): Luke Schoonmaker, TE, Michigan
Doubling down at tight end should be in play for the Packers. First, they need tight end depth after losing Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis. On top of that, it would be smart to take advantage of a deep tight end class.
Michigan's Luke Schoonmaker would be a nice complementary addition at tight end after drafting Sam LaPorta. The Packers would be getting another phenomenal athlete, as Schoonmaker's Relative Athletic Score is 9.86 out of 10.
Schoonmaker's blocking would make him a valuable addition following the departure of Marcedes Lewis, and he can also make plays as a receiver. In his final season at Michigan, Schoonmaker made 35 receptions for 418 yards and three touchdowns.
Round 5 (170): Jordan McFadden, T, Clemson
The Packers love offensive linemen with experience playing multiple positions. Clemson's Jordan McFadden is a good athlete and has spent time at left and right tackle during his time in college.
Many project McFadden's best role in the NFL will be at guard. His versatility would give him a great shot at making the roster as one of the Packers' top backup linemen.
Regardless of where his ideal position ends up being, the Packers add quality depth along the offensive line, bringing in a talented, athletic player with the versatility to play at different positions along the line.