However, the ultimate goal is to win the Super Bowl, and the Packers are well on their way to perhaps repeating as Super Bowl champions.
That being said, it's never too early for Ted Thompson, John Dorsey (Director of College Scouting) and company to look ahead to the 2012 NFL draft.
A number of events have to take place before the draft so we can get a better read on the players. Events like the East-West Shrine game, the Senior Bowl and the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. Plus the players will still have their individual Pro Days to improve their standing with each team.
Right now, the Packers would be looking at a late first-round pick. If Green Bay wins the Super Bowl again, the Packers would be slotted at pick No. 32, just like in 2011. Based on that assumption, I'm going to do a seven round mock draft for the Packers, not including any trades or compensatory picks in this first mock draft.