If the Green Bay Packers are going to get back to the mountaintop in the NFC, they have to get better against the pass. The Packers secondary was pretty terrible last season, and they did not help matters by trading away Damarious Randall this offseason. They have some big holes to fill in the secondary, and that is the route they should go with the fourteenth overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
With that pick, the Packers should look to bring in a cornerback, and Josh Jackson could be available at No. 14. Jackson is an incredible athlete, and he played very well in his pro day, shaking off a rough NFL Scouting Combine. He is going to be the second true cornerback off the board at the end of April, and the Packers should be waiting with open arms towards the middle of the first round.
Jackson not only led the FBS in interceptions last season, but he closed out his collegiate career with a pick in the Pinstripe Bowl. He learned how to be better at making plays on the ball during his last season with the Hawkeyes, and it certainly showed in the amount of big plays he was in on. This Packers team has the talent on offense to win the division next season, but they are not going to go very far with the defense they currently have on paper, especially in the defensive backfield.