Packers 7-Round Post-Combine Mock Draft: Surprise Pick in 1st round

How will the Green Bay Packers attack the 2024 NFL Draft after the NFL Combine?

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10. (243rd overall): Anim Dankwah, OT, Howard

The Green Bay Packers have done a tremendous job of developing mid-late-round offensive linemen in recent years, and they should continue to put their faith in Adam Stenavich to get the most out of these players.

Anim Dankwah didn't do a full workout at the NFL Combine, but he showed enough with his combination of size (6-foot-8, 353 pounds, over 35-inch arms) and explosiveness (1.77 10-yard split) to project the athletic makeup a little bit. In the later rounds, the Packers' RAS requirements are a bit more flexible, especially when it comes to the offensive line.

Although Dankwah is a relative unknown, he could be a great project for the Packers at the tackle position.

11. (251st overall): Julian Pearl, OT, Illinois

We close out this Green Bay Packers mock draft with yet another intriguing offensive line project for the Packers to work with. There are so many moving parts (potentially) on this Green Bay offensive line in 2024.

David Bakhtiari could be released. Jon Runyan Jr. is hitting free agency. Royce Newman is a potential cap casualty at some point. The Packers need to continue to add to the offensive line group, and here they get another player with 35-inch arms and tremendous physical makeup. Pearl is a great late-round value here and could go in the 5th-6th range when all is said and done.

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