Find out who the National mock drafts have the Packers picking

Nashville, TN - April 24, 2019: The 2019 NFL Draft (Photo by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images)

Green Bay Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst has two first round picks to work with in this year’s NFL Draft.

So what should Gutekunst do with those two picks? The team’s arguable biggest needs are at tight end, safety, offensive line, receiver and linebacker.

Here are who the National mock drafts have the Packers taking:

ESPN
Todd McShay – No. 12 Noah Fant (Iowa TE), No. 30 Jeffrey Simmons (Mississippi State DT)

Mel Kiper Jr. – No. 12 Jawaan Taylor (Florida OT), No. 30 Noah Fant (Iowa TE)

NFL NETWORK
Daniel Jeremiah – No. 12 Jawaan Taylor (Florida OT), No. 30 Drew Lock (Missouri QB)

Bucky Brooks – No. 12 Marquise Brown (Oklahoma WR), No. 30 Drew Lock (Missouri QB)

Peter Schrager – No. 12 Marquise Brown (Oklahoma WR), No. 30 Elgton Jenkins (Mississippi State C)

Charles Davis – No. 12 Noah Fant (Iowa TE), No. 30 Devin Bush (Michigan LB)

Charley Casserly – No. 12 Jonah Williams (Alabama G), No. 30 Marquise Brown (Oklahoma WR)

Lance Zierlein – No. 12 Andre Dillard (Washington State OT), No. 30 Noah Fant (Iowa TE)


Rhett Lewis – No. 12 Devin Bush (Michigan LB), No. 30 Chris Lindstrom (Boston College G)

MMQB
Albert Breer – No. 12 T.J. Hockenson (Iowa TE), Projected trade with Broncos

BLEACHER REPORT
Matt Miller – No. 12 Ed Oliver (Houston DT), Nasir Adderley (Delaware S)

Packers’ 2019 Draft Picks
First Round
#12 overall
#30 overall (acquired from Saints in 2018 draft-day trade)

Second Round
#12 (#44 overall)

Third Round
#12 (#75 overall)

Fourth Round
#12 (#114 overall)
#16 (#118 overall — acquired from Washington for S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix)

Fifth Round
#12 (#150 overall)

Sixth Round
#12 (#185 overall)
#22 (#194 overall — acquired from Seahawks for QB Brett Hundley)

Seventh Round
#12 (#226 overall)

WATCH:
Round 1 will be broadcasted on Thursday, April 25 at 7 PM CT on WBAY.

Rounds 2-3 will be broadcasted Friday, April 26 at 6 PM CT and Rounds 4-7 Saturday, April 27 at 11 AM CT from Nashville, both will air on WBAY.

On Thursday and Friday, ABC will produce its own distinct telecast separate from NFL Network and ESPN. On Saturday, ABC will simulcast ESPN's presentation of Rounds 4-7 for the second consecutive year.