Updated Packers mock draft after Aaron Rodgers traded to Jets

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Round 7 (235): Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland

The Packers have four total picks in the seventh round. They can add depth at positions of need and players to develop for the future. In this mock, Green Bay selected A.T. Perry, but could still do with more competition for spots on the roster.

Maryland's Rakim Jarrett plays in the slot and could make the roster as the Packers' WR5 or WR6. In his final two seasons at Maryland, he made 102 catches for 1,300 yards and eight touchdowns.

Round 7 (242): Clayton Tune, QB, Houston

With Aaron Rodgers officially gone, the Packers need to begin thinking about backup quarterbacks. They may draft one earlier, but a potential seventh-round option is Houston's Clayton Tune. He has great numbers at Houston. In his final two seasons, he threw for 7,618 yards, 70 touchdowns, and 20 interceptions.

Round 7 (256): Nesta Jade Silvera, DT, Arizona State

Ideally, Green Bay will draft multiple defensive linemen. The Packers landed a potential starter in Keeanu Benton, now they add quality depth with Arizona State's Nesta Jade Silvera. He is strong against the run and could compete for snaps early in his rookie season.

"His combination of strength, short-area quickness, and his refusal to be blocked makes him an immediate early-down contributor for whatever team drafts him," according to Silvera's draft profile on The Draft Network.