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Green Bay Packers Mock Draft Roundup 3.0


Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our Green Bay Packers Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Green Bay Packers from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

For a more inclusive lists of mock drafts for the Green Bay Packers, check out our 2021 Green Bay Packers Mock Draft Database.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Packers:

EDSFootball - Hanson (1/1)

31. Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU

Aaron Rodgers is playing at an MVP level and Davante Adams is one of top three receivers in the league. Perhaps the Packers front office will once again ignore adding reinforcements to the receiving corps, but the former top-10 recruit has the talent to hear his name called at the end of the first round. With Justin Jefferson off to the NFL (in 2020) and Ja'Marr Chase opting out to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft, it was Marshall's turn to shine (before opting out). Marshall (6-4, 200) had 48 catches for 731 yards and 10 touchdowns in seven games this season.

San Diego Union Tribune (12/31)

29. Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri

The Packers run defense has not improved by much and remains a significant weakness of a potential title contender -- they're tied for 21st in the NFL allowing 4.6 yards per carry. A converted safety, Bolton is a thumper in the middle who is equally adept in coverage and was just named a finalist for the Butkus Award.

Touchdown Wire - Schofield (12/31)

31. Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC

In the last draft cycle, everyone under the sun predicted that Green Bay would add a wide receiver to their offense, another weapon for Aaron Rodgers to utilize in the passing game.

This year they'll actually do it.

Davante Adams has joined the elite tier of wide receivers in the NFL with his play in 2020 -- if he had not already -- but you can always have more weapons in the passing game. Amon-Ra St. Brown caught national attention with a huge game against Washington State, but it is his skill set that will make him attractive to the Packers. The Trojans use him mostly as a slot receiver, but his quickness and change-of-direction skills enable him to align from a number of different spots on the field. He is not a slot receiver only, but with Green Bay's reliance on heavier personnel packages, he would often align in the slot due to 12 and even 21 personnel packages. Plus, his ability after the catch makes him another dangerous threat in the Packers offense.

Oh, and he'll see a familiar face on the first day of practice; his brother Equanimeous is a wide receiver with the Packers.

PFF - Gayle (12/29)

31. Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State

I'll say it. I'm high on Olave, perhaps higher than Renner and the rest of the PFF office. He doesn't have game-changing speed or size, but he's easily one of the most polished route-runners in the class. Give MVP Aaron Rodgers another technician to throw to opposite Davante Adams, please.

CBS Sports - Wilson (12/29)

31. Derion Kendrick, CB, Clemson

Jaire Alexander is one of the best young CBs in the league and while Kendrick is still learning the position, he's flashed the skills to be special.

Pro Football Network - Miller (12/26)

31. Christian Barmore, IDL, Alabama

Barmore was a pass rush specialist for an unfairly deep Alabama defensive line in 2020, but he's shown intriguing growth in 2020 with more snaps. We hoped for dominance from him going into 2020, and even if that didn't happen, he did show he can consistently bang around on the interior.

He has good lateral agility and possesses the power in his hands to win quickly and get through the shoulder of interior blockers.

PFF - Renner (12/23)

31. Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida

The Packers finally pull the trigger on a weapon for Aaron Rodgers. Toney is the type of playmaker defenses have to account for on every play, and Matt LaFleur is creative enough to take advantage of that. Toney could even replace some of the versatility running back Aaron Jones brings to the offense if Jones leaves in free agency.

Bleacher Report - Miller (12/22)

31. Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota

A wide receiver in Round 1?! It will happen, and Aaron Rodgers will rejoice. Bateman isn't a speedster, but he has a big frame, a massive catch radius and excellent yards after the catch ability.

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