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    Who Did the Green Bay Packers Draft In 2024? Picks, Analysis, and More

    The Green Bay Packers will take their plethora of 2024 NFL Draft picks and look to build around their rising star in Jordan Love.

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    The first season post-Aaron Rodgers for the Green Bay Packers started a bit rocky but stabilized enough to yield a playoff berth and a Wild Card win over the Dallas Cowboys.

    QB Jordan Love finished with a near-perfect passer rating against the Cowboys (157.2), proving his mettle as Rodgers’ replacement behind center in Green Bay.

    With its QB of the foreseeable future in place, building around Love is paramount for Green Bay, and that starts with a robust slate of 2024 NFL Draft picks.

    Green Bay Packers Draft Picks by Round in 2024

    • Round 1, Pick 25
      Jordan Morgan, OL | Arizona
    • Round 2, Pick 45 (from NO through DEN)
      Edgerrin Cooper, LB | Texas A&M
    • Round 2, Pick 58
      Javon Bullard, S | Georgia
    • Round 3, Pick 88
      MarShawn Lloyd, RB | USC
    • Round 3, Pick 91 (from BUF)
      Ty’Ron Hopper, LB | Missouri
    • Round 4, Pick 111 (from NYJ)
      Evan Williams, S | Oregon
    • Round 5, Pick 163 (from BUF)
      Jacob Monk, OL | Duke
    • Round 5, Pick 169 (Compensatory)
      Kitan Oladapo, S | Oregon State
    • Round 6, Pick 202
      Travis Glover, OT | Georgia State
    • Round 7, Pick 245
      Michael Pratt, QB | Tulane
    • Round 7, Pick 255 (compensatory pick)
      Kalen King, CB | Penn State

    Who Did the Packers Draft in 2024?

    Jordan Morgan, OL, Round 1, Pick 25

    The Packers have clearly found the quarterback of the future in Jordan Love. Now Green Bay is focused on keeping Love clean in the pocket. The Packers selected Arizona offensive lineman Jordan Morgan with the No. 25 overall selection.

    Pro Football Network’s James Fragoza analyzed Morgan’s skillset in his scouting report. “Exploding out of his stance, the Wildcats product deploys active feet and hands to counter and reset during combat,” Fragoza said.

    “When he’s able to reach extension with one (his most comfortable) or two arms, Morgan can repel opponents while mimicking their lower-body movements. Additionally, he can use their momentum against them, guiding speed rushers along the outer arc.”

    Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Round 2, Pick 45

    After trading back with the New Orleans Saints, the Packers were still able to select the top linebacker on their draft board. Texas A&M linebacker Edgerrin Cooper is headed to Green Bay, as he’ll become an immediate difference-maker for the team’s defensive front.

    Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Cooper’s playmaking ability in his scouting report.

    “Edgerrin Cooper has a lot of upside, and at his size should translate well as a versatile attacking WILL linebacker,” Cummings said. Improving his play strength and coverage consistency will be key, but Cooper should be an instant playmaking threat with his explosive range and has impact starter upside at his peak.”

    Javon Bullard, S, Round 2, Pick 58

    Despite signing safety Xavier McKinney to a massive deal in free agency, the Packers have made another addition at the position. Green Bay selected Georgia safety Javon Bullard with the No. 58 overall selection in the second around.

    Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Bullard’s versatility and physical playstyle in his scouting report.

    “As a versatile coverage DB with flexibility across the secondary, high-end nickel DB utility, and stifling processing speed, voracity, and physicality in run support, Javon Bullard presents plenty of appeal. He can be a role-diverse starter on Day 1 and has impact starter upside at his peak.”

    MarShawn Lloyd, RB, Round 3, Pick 88

    Despite signing star running back Josh Jacobs to a deal in free agency, Green Bay added another weapon to their backfield. The Packers selected USC running back MarShawn Lloyd with the No. 88 overall selection in the third round.

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    Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Lloyd’s versatile skillset and game-breaking ability in his scouting report.

    “Despite the concerning aspects of MarShawn Lloyd’s game, the creativity and physical tools are undoubtedly present,” Cummings said. “If the right coaching staff gets their hands on him, Lloyd could provide a backfield with an efficient complementary slasher who can potentially develop into a starter.”

    Ty’Ron Hopper, LB, Round 3, Pick 91

    After selecting Edgerrin Cooper in the second round, Green Bay has added another talented weapon to their linebacker room. The Packers selected Missouri linebacker Ty’Ron Hopper with the No. 91 overall selection in the third round.

    Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Hopper’s ability in his scouting report. “Ty’Ron Hopper is athletically in the mold of a modern linebacker and has the innate playmaking ability to be a difference-maker in the middle of a defense,” Cummings said.

    “However, the fifth-year linebacker will need to land on a defense with a specific role for him. If he’s given the green light to play downhill instinctively, he can be a dominant run defender at the next level.”

    Evan Williams, S, Round 4, Pick 111

    The Packers traded up in the fourth round to add a safety with tons of upside to their secondary. Green Bay selected Oregon safety Evan Williams with the No. 111 selection in the fourth round. Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Williams’ skillset in his scouting report.

    “Evan Williams’ size (5’11” and 200 pounds with 30″ arms) and range (4.6 40-yard dash) likely limits him to a box-heavy role,” Cummings said. “However, his downhill explosion and vast expierence (nearly 3,000 career snaps) make him a worthwhile Day 3 investment.”

    Jacob Monk, C, Round 5, Pick 163

    Following the departure of Jon Runyan Jr. in free agency, Green Bay needed to address the interior of their offensive line. The Packers traded up to select Duke offensive lineman Jacob Monk with the No. 163 overall selection in the fifth round.

    Monk is a versatile interior offensive lineman with starting experience at both guard and center. It’s clear that Green Bay is prioritizing protection along the offensive line for franchise quarterback Jordan Love.

    Kitan Oladapo, S, Round 5, Pick 169

    The Packers continue to address the team’s secondary, as Green Bay selected Oregon State safety Kitan Oladapo with the No. 169 overall selection in the fifth round. Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Oladapo’s skillset in his scouting report.

    “Kitan Oladapo racked up nearly 250 tackles from his safety position in college,” Cummings said. “He may be a classic case of production versus athleticism, as his physical traits are just average. He’s a willing run defender and natural in zone, two traits that should help him find a spot on an NFL roster.”

    Travis Glover, OT, Round 6, Pick 202

    It’s clear that the Packers are prioritizing building up the offensive line to protect Jordan Love. Green Bay selected Georgia State offensive tackle Travis Glover with the No. 202 overall selection in the sixth round. Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Glover’s potential in his scouting report.

    “Travis Glover has the size and athleticism that team covet in offensive tackles,” Cummings said. “However, his base can be a bit inconsistent and his footwork often gets a bit sloppy. He’s a good late-round option for teams needing depth at tackle.”

    Michael Pratt, QB, Round 7, Pick 245

    While the Packers already have rising star quarterback Jordan Love and Sean Clifford, Green Bay has invested in the quarterback position once again. The Packers selected Tulane quarterback Michael Pratt with the No. 245 overall selection in the seventh round.

    Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed Pratt’s skillset in his scouting report.

    “Operationally, Michael Pratt is well-rounded, with a competitive toughness that underlies his game,” Cummings said. “Suffice it to say, he should be coveted as a high-quality backup in the middle rounds, who could eventually go on to produce as a spot-starter in the right system.”

    Kalen King, CB, Round 7, Pick 255

    The Packers continued to add versatile defensive backs to their secondary by selecting Penn State cornerback Kalen King with the No. 255 overall selection in the seventh round. Pro Football Network’s Ian Cummings discussed King’s skillset in his scouting report.

    “Kalen King can be a versatile depth piece in a defensive secondary, and he could field starting reps in schemes that utilize more off-man and zone,” Cummings said. “That said, the best path forward for King may be a free safety role, where he can play fast and confident in space.”

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