Round No. 1, Pick No. 21: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
The large, fast University of Washington prospect is a match made in heaven for the Packers. A threat in the redzone, Seferian-Jenkins could soon hit potential on the level of someone like Rob Gronkowski.
Coming in as the Day 1 starter, Austin Seferian-Jenkins would be one of the most impactful skill players in the league as a rookie.
Round No. 2, Pick No. 53: Terrence Brooks, FS, Florida State
A speedy safety in the mold of an Earl Thomas or a Eric Weddle, Brooks fits well for today's NFL. Since Nick Collins, Green Bay hasn't had much luck at free safety, which would change with this pick.
This pick would allow Brooks to take over at free safety from Day 1 in 2014, and it'd also move Micah Hyde back to the slot, where he currently thrives.
Round No. 3, Pick No. 85: Jackson Jeffcoat, OLB/ILB, Texas
A flex linebacker in the same mold of Brad Jones, Jeffcoat could be the steal of the draft. After peaking both early and late in his college career, the teams who have done their homework on the son of an NFL player would love to steal him late in Day 2.
Jeffcoat could push Brad Jones for a starting spot as an inside linebacker or join Clay Matthews and Nick Perry in the pass rushing linebacker rotation.
Round No. 3, Pick No. 98: Vinnie Sunseri, SS, Alabama
A smart, speedy safety hampered by an injury, Sunseri could be the enforcer the defense has been looking for. When watching the Super Bowl, Kam Chancellor set the tone from the first snap, and greatly impacted the game. Sunseri can be played in the same mold
While likely not a Day 1 starter, Dom Capers does use three safety formations, and Vinnie Sunseri would likely be the best "Bat" to contribute there and on special teams.
Round No. 4, Pick No. 121: Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin
The tall route-runner from Wisconsin would be a great fit for the Packers, who wouldn't have to look far for the prospect. The former quarterback figures to be an outside receiver, which would allow Randall Cobb to continue to thrive in the slot.
On Day 1, he'd push Jarrett Boykin for the outside job in three wide receiver sets. At worst, he's a fourth receiver in his rookie season.
Round No. 5, Pick No. 161: Brett Smith, QB, Wyoming
An early declaration, Smith is the type of quarterback Mike McCarthy would like to develop. As a passer, Smith makes good decisions, and as a runner, he'd be one of the best athletes at quarterback the day he gets drafted.
Likely a third quarterback in his first year in Green Bay, he's well worth a roster spot and could pass Matt Flynn for the spot behind Aaron Rodgers as soon as 2015.
Round No. 5, Pick No. 176: Brandon Linder, OL, Miami
When looking for swing linemen, who the Packers always take in these mid-rounds, Linder sticks out. Experience at both tackle and guard, some project him to be able to play center, too.
Linder could solidify the interior offensive line by becoming that swing lineman currently needed, due to the absence of Evan Dietrich-Smith.
Round No. 6, Pick No. 197: Beau Allen, NT, Wisconsin
Allen, like Abbrederis, is a homegrown prospect. With Raji's contract limited to the short-term, Green Bay could take a shot at a nose tackle to develop for a year in the meantime. Allen is one of the best in that role in the late rounds.
Likely a second nose tackle on the roster, he may have to spend time on the practice squad in 2014, but by 2015, he should have made enough strides to make the roster, if not replace Raji.
Round No. 7, Pick No. 236: Nikita Whitlock, FB/ILB, Wake Forest
A college defensive tackle, Whitlock projects as a back, be it on offense or defense. Like Spencer Havner and Korey Hall in the past, the Packers could look at that flex linebacker, fullback, special teams contributor in the late rounds.
While he's not likely to be the starting fullback or inside linebacker in 2014, or even compete for those jobs, Whitlock's availability on special teams could be a factor for keeping him on the roster.