We have a long offseason ahead of us, since teams have yet to move on from cap casualties until free agency, but now that the Super Bowl is over, it's time to focus on the 2024 NFL Draft.
Last week, we asked Green Bay Packers fans what the team's top priorities are heading into the offseason.
The safety and off-ball linebacker spots were the clear standouts, with the Packers potentially needing several new players to field a viable team next season.
Cornerback was one position that did not appear to be in high demand, either in our survey or in the responses from Acme Packing Company readers.
Despite this, five of the nine prominent mock drafts that have been released since the Super Bowl have included a cornerback for the Packers, for various reasons.
Let's take a look at the results of these latest mocks and analyze the reasoning behind these choices.
Morgan was an unexpected non-declaration among the 2023 draft class. Arizona finished 10-3 last year, thanks in part to his return to the Wildcats' program, which included an Alamo
The offensive line is an intriguing position for the Packers because it has possible vacancies at left tackle and right guard, depending on how the organization