The Green Bay Packers enter the 2020 NFL Draft with 10 picks, including the 30th overall pick. They have one pick in each of the first five rounds, three picks in Round 6, and two picks in Round 7. Its final pick is in the seventh round at No. 242 overall.
Green Bay was just one win away from reaching the Super Bowl in 2019. What it needs most to improve in 2020 are pass catchers at wide receiver and tight end. Davante Graham and Aaron Jones were the only dependable targets Aaron Rodgers had last season, and now Jimmy Graham has left to join the Chicago Bears. Since this year’s tight end class is weak, look for the Packers to get the best available wide receiver in the first round.
We’ll be tracking their picks throughout the three days of the 2020 NFL Draft, as well as any trades they make between now and the end of Saturday.
Round 1, pick 26 (No. 26 overall): Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
Round 2, pick 30 (No. 62 overall): A.J. Dillon, RB, Boston College
Round 3, pick 30 (No. 94 overall): Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati
Round 5, pick 29 (No. 174 overall): Kamal Martin, OLB, Minnesota
Round 6, pick 13 (No. 192 overall): Jon Runyan, OT, Michigan
Round 6, pick 29 (No. 208 overall): Jake Hanson, C, Oregon
Round 6, pick 30 (No. 209 overall): Simon Stepaniak, OT, Indiana
Round 7, pick 22 (No. 236 overall): Vernon Scott, S, TCU
Round 7, pick 28 (No. 242 overall): Jonathan Garvin, DE, Miami