The Green Bay Packers have a handful of needs to address in the NFL draft but few of them are on the offensive side of the ball. However, that hasn't stopped Green Bay from using its draft picks on offensive players in the past.
This year could be no different thanks to the inability of anyone to read the mind of general manager Ted Thompson. He's one of the savviest general managers in the league when it comes to drafting, and he rarely does what the masses think he'll do when the draft rolls around.
While it's unknown who the Packers will select in May, there are some offensive positions we can cross off the list. For example, there is no need for Green Bay to draft a running back due to Eddie Lacy, James Starks and Johnathan Franklin already being on the roster.
Today, however, we are going to take a look at offensive prospects the Packers could draft in each round. This isn't a standard mock draft of who they will take in each round but rather a look at potential offensive candidates that would be available in rounds one through seven.