The Green Bay Packers have a new HC in Matt LaFleur and spent much of the offseason rebuilding their defense. Will it be enough to push for an NFC North title in 2019?\nHow did they fair in the Draft?\nPlayers Drafted\n\n\n\nPlayers\nPick\nPos.\nSchool\n\n\nRashan Gary\n12\nOLB\nMichigan\n\n\nDarnell Savage\n21\nS\nMaryland\n\n\nElgton Jenkins\n44\nOG\nTexas A&M\n\n\nJace Sternberger\n75\nTE\nTexas A&M\n\n\nKingsley Keke\n150\nDE\nTexas A&M\n\n\nKa'dar Hollman\n185\nCB\nToledo\n\n\nDexter Williams\n194\nRB\nNotre Dame\n\n\nTy Summers\n226\nLB\nTCU\n\n\n\nNotable UDFA\n\n\n\nPlayer\nPos.\nSchool\n\n\nMatt Eaton\nWE\nIowa State\n\n\nRandy Ramsey\nEDGE\nArkansas\n\n\nNate Brooks\nCB\nNorth Texas\n\n\nManny Wilkins\nQB\nArizona State\n\n\nGreg Roberts\nDE\nPackers\n\n\n\nTEAM 2019 Outlook\nOffense\nTexas A&M players was the theme of the Packers draft in 2019. Three players in total were drafted including their first offensive pick in OG Elgton Jenkins. Jenkins will sit behind Corey Linsley at Centre this offseason but will work hard for the starting role in week one. Jenkins has a great football IQ, can change up plays when needed and comes across as a play caller when things change in front of him. Has the power to overwhelm attacker. Great lateral mobility and knows how to throw his man and continue the run.\n\nTE Jace Sternberger, another Aggie, was selected at pick 75 and will sit behind the severely underperforming Jimmy Graham to begin the season. Don\u2019t expect this to last long. Sternberger is the future at the position and won\u2019t need long to push Graham aside. He averaged 17.3 yards per catch in his final season and crossed for 10 TDs. He is the flair the Packers offense needs.\nDefense\nMichigan DE Rashan Gary was selected as the Packers first pick at 12th overall. He was a 5-star recruit coming out of high school but was extremely underwhelming in College and was lucky to be selected in the first round. He averaged only 3.0 sacks a season with Michigan and looked lost at times on the field.\n\nThe Packers must see something the rest of us don\u2019t. He will start the season in a rotation with Mike Daniels. Only time will tell if he can man up in the NFL.\n\nMaryland Safety Darnell Savage was the 21st overall pick. The Packers drafted for need with this pick and selected well. Savage is a hardnosed safety with all the right skills to succeed with the Packers. The problem is he can be too aggressive. This will get him in trouble in the NFL. He needs to cool his heels and let his skills do the talking.\n\nThe third of the Aggies taken by the Packers was DE Kingsley Keke. He is projected to be a NT in the Packers defensive set up and won\u2019t take long to be a starter. As a comparison, Keke had 8.8 sacks in his final season with the Aggies, one less than Rashan Gary had across three seasons. I know who I would have starting.\nGrade: B-\nThe offseason acquisitions for the Packers will help them to be a slightly better team in 2019, but they will still need to rely too much on the brilliance of Aaron Rodgers.\n\nDon\u2019t expect this team to gel straight away with a new coaching set-up. They will be lucky to get into the playoffs this year. There I said it.