June 24, 2024

It is the time of year for draft mocks.

As the NFL season draws to a close, a lot of football fans are already considering 2024 and the forthcoming NFL Draft.

In the first round, the Green Bay Packers had the 25th pick. These are the actions that a few mock drafts project the Packers to do.

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The 6-foot-1, 195-pound McKinstry has started for the Crimson Tide for three seasons and was once a 5-star recruit.

Although McKinstry is more of a playmaker than a true cover man, he has managed to survive on an island. Scouts may not be impressed by his speed, but he has excellent acceleration on crossing routes and challenges receivers with strong aggression.

The starting cornerback for Green Bay, Jaire Alexander, had a season marred by injuries. Carrington Valentine, a seventh-round choice in the draft, is still a rookie with a lot to show, while Eric Stokes is struggling to stay healthy.

Thus, it makes perfect sense for Green Bay to turn the corner early.

The Packers appreciate that their lineman can play both inside and outside because to Fautanu’s flexibility, which stands at 6 feet 4 inches and 317 pounds.

Last season, Fautanu started all 13 games and was a member of the Huskies offensive line that took home the Joe Moore Award, which is given to the nation’s best offensive line every year.

This offseason, the offensive lineman David Bakhtiari, Jon Runyan, Yosh Nijman, and possibly Royce Newman might be gone from the Packers. Therefore, replenishing this positional group may be essential.

At the NFL Combine next month, many predict the 6-foot, 200-pound Mitchell, an outstanding athlete, to run the 40-yard dash in the 4.30 zone.

Mitchell had 45 passes defensed and six interceptions in three years with the Rockets. His 19 passes defensed in 2022 placed him second in the country overall.

Rakestraw, who is six feet tall and weighs 187 pounds, has been gaining ground quickly lately and may make it to the first round.

During his three seasons with the Tigers, Rakestraw broke up 24 passes, 12 of which came in the 2022 season.

But in 2021, he tore his ACL during practice, and following surgery to fix a core muscle ailment, it is anticipated that he will miss the Senior Bowl.

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