Likely outcomes for the Green Bay Packers’ 2021 draft class


With all of the talk of what can happen in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers have a lot of important decisions coming up for them. And with this class being solid in some areas and weaker in others, the brain trust for the green and gold will have a lot on their minds come Thursday.

Starting out with the 29th selection in the first round, this team can go a plethora of ways to help improve, whether this represents a help-now or help-later solution. Here are a few likely outcomes for the entirety of this year’s draft for Green Bay.

Offensive Line help is gathered – again

In last year’s draft, GM Brian Gutekunst decided to use three Day 3 selections on offensive linemen – center Jake Hanson, guard Jon Runyan Jr., and guard Simon Stepaniak. With Runyan looking to be the lone established piece in the OL depth group for many years to come, OL is a pressing need that Gutekunst will address.

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