The Green Bay Packers are active by moving around during the draft, but they’ve seldom made trades in the past that take away from or add to their future draft stock. That’s not the case heading into 2024, as they hold picks from two different teams following trades of veteran players.
It’s clear the way Green Bay will get back into contention is through the draft. They have a young core they are trying to develop, and they hope to be excited about after this season. However, they’ve hit some road bumps this season. The team has mostly stalled over the last month, dampening the anticipation of the future.
The good news is the Packers have a plethora of draft picks to add to their cupboard of potential. As of now, they’re set to hold their highest picks since they took A.J. Hawk fifth overall in 2006. They’ll also have two second-rounders and two third-rounders in 2024 to add talent. It’s imperative that general manager Brian Gutekunst and the front office hit on the majority of those picks.
Following a couple of trades, let’s fast-forward time to take a glimpse at what draft picks the Green Bay Packers hold in 2024 and beyond.
As the season drags on, let’s familiarise ourselves with what picks the Packers hold in 2024 and beyond, and how they acquired those selections.
Packers’ 2024 Draft Picks
Round 1: Own Selection
Round 2: Own Selection
Round 2: New York Jets Pick
(Packers traded Aaron Rodgers, 15th overall pick in 2023 (Will McDonald), and 170th overall pick in 2023 (Christopher Smith) to Jets for 13th overall pick in 2023 (Lukas Van Ness), 42nd overall pick in 2023 (Luke Musgrave), 207th overall pick in 2023 (Anders Carlson), and a 2024 conditional second-round pick)
Round 3: Own Selection
Round 3: Buffalo Bills Pick
(Packers traded Rasul Douglas and a 2024 fifth-round pick to Bills for a 2024 third-round pick)
Round 4: Own Selection
Round 6: Own Selection
Round 7: Own Selection
The Packers own all of their own selections and no other ones in 2025 and beyond.