The Green Bay Packers’ 2024 Draft Class

Steve O Speak

The Green Bay Packers had a busy 2024 NFL Draft, selecting 11 new players to join their ranks. Kicking things off, they chose Jordan Morgan, a standout offensive lineman from Arizona, with their first pick at No. 25 overall.

Their selection process spanned seven rounds, concluding with the addition of Kalen King, a talented cornerback from Penn State, at No. 255 overall in the seventh round. This diverse group of athletes brings a mix of skill, determination, and potential to the Packers’ roster.

Here’s a closer look at the full 2024 Green Bay Packers draft class, showcasing the future talents set to make their mark on the field.

First Round: OL Jordan Morgan, Arizona

Height: 6’5″

Age: 22

Weight: 311 lbs

40-yard dash: 5.04 seconds

Jordan started 37 games as a left tackle for Arizona. He’s a two-time All-Pac 12 honoree. Despite a torn ACL, he bounced back to play 12 games in 2023. Jordan was named team captain twice. The Packers believe he’s versatile enough to play four different positions on the offensive line.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 9.24

Second Round

LB Edgerrin Cooper, Texas A&M

Height: 6’2″

Age: 22

Weight: 230 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.51 seconds

Edgerrin dominated at Texas A&M with 30.5 tackles for loss in just 21 starts. In his All-American season in 2023, he racked up 17.0 tackles for loss and 8.0 sacks. His quick 40-yard dash and experience on special teams over 500 snaps make him a likely starter with Quay Walker and Isaiah McDuffie.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 9.13

DB Javon Bullard, Georgia

Height: 5’10”

Age: 21

Weight: 198 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.47 seconds

Javon impressed as a starter in his sophomore year at Georgia, with 8.0 tackles for loss, 12 pass breakups, and four interceptions over 40 games. Known for his toughness and ability to play both slot and free safety positions, he’s a natural leader. With these picks, the Packers NFL spread looks to be stronger for the 2024 season.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 8.25

Third Round

RB MarShawn Lloyd, USC

Height: 5’9″

Age: 23

Weight: 220 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.46 seconds

MarShawn transferred from South Carolina and has been a powerhouse on the field. In total, he rushed for 1,621 yards and scored 19 touchdowns across 32 games and 14 starts. In 2023, he led USC with 820 rushing yards and nine touchdowns. Known for his speed and strength, MarShawn forced 47 missed tackles on just 115 carries last season, boasting an average of 7.1 yards per carry.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 8.62

LB Ty’Ron Hopper, Missouri

Height: 6’1″

Age: 23

Weight: 231 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.68 seconds

Ty’Ron, a Florida transfer, stood out with 31.5 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, and 10 pass breakups over 52 games and 26 starts. He was All-SEC and a team captain in 2023. Got invited to the Senior Bowl and visited Green Bay pre-draft. The Packers even clocked him running the 40-yard dash in the high 4.5s.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 7.42

Fourth Round: S Evan Williams, Oregon

Height: 5’11”

Age: 22

Weight: 206 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.60 seconds

Evan transferred from Fresno State and has been outstanding on the field. He made over 300 tackles, intercepted four passes, and forced four fumbles in 45 games. Evan was a three-time all-conference pick, showcasing his talent in both the Mountain West and Pac-12. He shined at the Senior Bowl, earning the title of top safety for the National team. Also known for his special teams contributions, Evan blocked a punt and an extra point, boasting almost 500 career special teams tackles.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 8.20

Fifth Round

OL Jacob Monk, Duke

Height: 6’3″

Age: 22

Weight: 308 lbs

40-yard dash: 5.09 seconds

Jacob started in 58 games, playing right guard, center, and right tackle. He’ll probably play as a center or guard for the Packers. He was a team captain and made the All-ACC team three times. Jacob is very strong, doing 31 reps on the bench press. His tests show he’s an elite athlete for his position.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 9.74

S Kitan Oladapo, Oregon State

Height: 6’2″

Age: 23

Weight: 216 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.58 seconds

Kitan started in 39 games at Oregon State and was chosen All-Pac-12 three times. He broke up 27 passes, intercepted three, and made 15.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks. Played mostly as a safety but started as a cornerback, showing he can play close to the line and deep in the field. Kitan was a team captain and shined at the Senior Bowl.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 8.18

Sixth Round: OT Travis Glover, Georgia State

Height: 6’6″

Age: 23

Weight: 317 lbs

40-yard dash: 5.27 seconds

Travis Glover set a school record with 57 starts in different positions on the line. He played 35 games as left tackle, 18 as right tackle, and 4 as left guard, totaling over 4,000 snaps. Improved a lot in 2023, especially protecting the quarterback. He’s really tall and has long arms, but he’s not the fastest. Participated in the Senior Bowl.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 4.21

Seventh Round

QB Michael Pratt, Tulane

Height: 6’2″

Age: 22

Weight: 217 lbs

40-yard dash: N/A

Michael Pratt played as quarterback for four years with 44 starts. He scored 90 touchdowns by throwing and 28 by running. Every year, he got better at completing passes. He threw more than 20 touchdown passes and less than 10 interceptions each season. He’s ready to compete with Sean Clifford to back up Jordan Love.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 8.28

CB Kalen King, Penn State

Height: 5’11”

Age: 21

Weight: 191 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.61 seconds

Kalen was an All-America in 2022, leading the Big Ten with 21 pass breakups. In 2023, he only had two pass breakups. He started in 22 games and made the All-Big Ten twice. Ran a 4.61 at the combine and a 4.55 at his pro day.

Relative Athletic Score (RAS): 6.68

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