Full List of Green Bay Packers 2024 Draft Picks: What Picks Does Green Bay Have in the NFL Draft?

The Green Bay Packers are on the horizon of a second consecutive year with double-digit selections as they are tied for the most in the 2024 NFL Draft.

The first season post-Aaron Rodgers for the Green Bay Packers started rockily but stabilized enough towards the end 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
  • Round 2, Pick 41 (from NYJ)
  • Round 2, Pick 58 
  • Round 3, Pick 88
  • Round 3, Pick 91 (from BUF)
  • Round 4, Pick 126
  • Round 5, Pick 169 (compensatory pick)
  • Round 6, Pick 202
  • Round 6, Pick 219 (compensatory pick)
  • Round 7, Pick 245
  • Round 7, Pick 255 (compensatory pick

How Many Draft Picks Do the Packers Have in the 2024 NFL Draft?

The Green Bay Packers have at least one pick in all seven rounds, with 11 total, tied for the most selections in the 2024 NFL Draft with the Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, and Los Angeles Rams. Green Bay owns six of its seven original picks in Rounds 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 7.

After receiving a bevy of draft capital last season for sending Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets, the Packers cash in one more time on the deal this year with a second-rounder from the Jets.

That pick sent was a conditional trade and could have been converted to a first-rounder had Rodgers played 65% of the snaps for New York this past season.

Green Bay has an extra third-rounder after a trade sent its original fifth-rounder and CB Rasul Douglas to the Buffalo Bulls. Outside of that additional third-round pick, the rest of the Packers’ excess selections were compensatory picks awarded by the NFL.

With a limit of four awarded picks per team, the league uses a formula that calculates departing player’s average salaries, playing time, and postseason honors against incoming ones.

Thirty-two compensatory picks were handed out for the 2024 NFL Draft, with Green Bay receiving extra selections in the fifth (No. 169), sixth (No. 219), and seventh (No. 255) rounds.

Who Did the Packers Draft in 2023?

The bulk of the Aaron Rodgers trade paid off in the 2023 NFL Draft, with the Packers receiving a first-round pick swap (moving up from No. 15 to No. 13), a second-round pick (No. 42), and a sixth-round pick (No. 207) from the Jets, while also sending a 2023 fifth-round pick (No. 170) to New York.

Green Bay used a staggering 13 selections in the draft last season, using multiple picks in four different rounds. It used No. 13 from the Jets on Iowa DE Lukas Van Ness, who didn’t start any games but made 17 appearances with 32 tackles and four sacks.

With two picks in the second round, the Packers selected Oregon State TE Luke Musgrave at No. 42 and Michigan State WR Jayden Reed at No. 50. Musgrave made nine starts in 11 appearances with 32 catches for 352 yards and a score, while Reed started 13 of his 16 appearances and grabbed 64 passes for 793 yards and eight TDs.

Holding one pick in the third round and one in the fourth, the Packers took another TE in the third with South Dakota State TE Tucker Kraft at pick No. 78 before picking up Auburn DE Colby Wooden at pick No. 116.

Kraft started eight games in 17 appearances with 31 catches for 355 yards and two TDs, while Wooden made 17 tackles in 17 games.

Green Bay’s 2023 NFL Draft was very back-heavy, with two picks in the fifth and sixth rounds and four in the seventh.

For the fifth round, the Packers picked up Penn State QB Sean Clifford at pick No. 149 and Virginia WR Dontayvion Wicks at No. 159. Clifford didn’t play, while Wicks played 15 games with six starts, hauling in 39 passes for 581 yards and four TDs.

The Packers then scooped up a third DE with Bowling Green’s Karl Brooks at No. 179 and Auburn kicker Anders Carlson at No. 207 in the sixth round. Brooks played off the bench with 20 tackles and four sacks, while Carlson made 27 of 33 field goal attempts in his rookie year.

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Its first two picks in the seventh round went to Kentucky CB Carrington Valentine at pick No. 232 and Central Michigan RB Lew Nichols III at pick No. 235. Valentine made 12 starts as a rookie with 40 tackles, while Nichols was cut in training camp and picked up by the Philadelphia Eagles.

The last two picks for the Packers were for Iowa State safety Anthony Johnson Jr. at pick No. 242 and Charlotte WR Grant DuBose at pick No. 256. Johnson Jr. made four starts in 12 games with 24 tackles, while DuBose was cut in training camp and re-signed to the Packers’ practice squad.

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