The Packers prioritized pass defense in the early rounds before picking up some receiving help for two-time NFL MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the third and final day of the 2018 NFL draft.

Looking to improve their pass defense, the Packers selected Louisville's Jaire Alexander in the first round on Thursday and Iowa's Josh Jackson, who led the nation with eight interceptions last year, in the second on Friday. 

On Saturday, Day 3 of the draft, Green Bay addressed its passing game by adding three receivers − Missouri's J'Mon Moore, South Florida's Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Notre Dame's Equanimeous St. Brown. 

Find out more below about the 11 players first-year general manager Brian Gutekunst selected in the draft to help improve the roster for head coach Mike McCarthy: 

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