Green Bay Packers 2024 NFL draft picks: Full list by round

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The Green Bay Packers own 11 picks in the 2024 NFL draft, including five in the top 100.

The Packers finished 9-8 last season and advanced to the playoffs, beating the Cowboys in the wild card before losing the 49ers in the divisional round. They acquired running back Josh Jacobs during the free agency period and re-signed AJ Dillon.

The 2024 NFL draft will take place at Campus Martius Park and Hart Plaza in Detroit from April 25 through April 27. Round 1 will begin April 25 at 8 p.m. ET, while Rounds 2 and 3 are on April 26 starting at 7 p.m. ET. Rounds 4 through 7 begin at noon ET on April 27. The draft will be broadcast on ESPN, ABC, ESPN+ and the ESPN App. There are 257 total picks in the draft.

Here's the full list of the Packers' draft picks by round, along with a look at their top roster needs headed into the 2024 season.

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Green Bay Packers 2024 draft picks

  • Round 1: No. 25 overall

  • Round 2: No. 41 (via New York Jets)

  • Round 2: No. 58

  • Round 3: No. 88

  • Round 3: No. 91 (via Buffalo)

  • Round 4: No. 126

  • Round 5: No. 169

  • Round 6: No. 202

  • Round 6: No. 219

  • Round 7: No. 245

  • Round 7: No. 255

Top three needs: OT, LB, S. Five-time All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari is done in Green Bay, and while Rasheed Walker showed signs that he can fill the spot, the Packers aren't going to sit back and hope a 2022 seventh-round pick is the long-term answer. GM Brian Gutekunst wants competition there.

The switch to a 4-3 base defensive scheme under new coordinator Jeff Hafley will necessitate more inside linebackers, too. Not only did the Packers fail to add anyone new there, they cut one of them: the high-salaried De'Vondre Campbell. While cornerback could also be a need, the bigger hole in the defensive backfield remains at safety even though they signed Xavier McKinney in free agency. They need a second starter there. -- Rob Demovsky