Round 5 (149): Jammie Robinson, S, Florida State
Green Bay has been busy at safety this offseason, signing Tarvarius Moore in free agency and re-signing Rudy Ford and Dallin Leavitt. The Packers need to create more competition for the starting job opposite Darnell Savage.
That's where Florida State's Jammie Robinson comes in. Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network wrote that "Robinson can be a solid NFL starter and tone-setter who also provides early special-teams value."
Round 6 (207): Evan Hull, RB, Northwestern
Following the Aaron Rodgers trade, the Packers now own a sixth-round selection. With the pick, they select Peter Skoronski's teammate at Northwestern, running back Evan Hull.
The Packers don't desperately need a running back, but it should be an area they look to upgrade on the draft's final day. Hull would be a great RB3 for Green Bay, with the potential to step into a more significant role should Aaron Jones depart next offseason.
Over the past two seasons, Hull rushed for 1,922 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also became a key contributor as a receiver, catching 55 passes for 546 yards and two touchdowns last season.
Round 7 (232): Jake Moody, K, Michigan
Mason Crosby hasn't been re-signed this offseason, creating the possibility of a new era at kicker. Enter Michigan's Jake Moody, winner of the Lou Groza Award in 2021.