The Green Bay Packers came into the 2018 NFL Draft with a league-high 12 picks. And while they made a few trades, including two in the first round, the Packers ended the draft with 11 picks including two cornerbacks, three wide receivers, one offensive lineman, one defensive lineman, a linebacker, an edge rusher, a punter and a long snapper. So how did Brian Gutekunst do in his first draft as the Packers general manager? Here's a look at our grades for the Packers 2018 draft picks.

CB Jaire Alexander, Louisville: A. Alexander is not the ideal cornerback the Packers normally look for in terms of size, but he's one of the most talented defensive players in the draft class and has a shot to win the nickel cornerback position. Alexander is also very confident in his ability, which is a quality one needs to have in order to be a top cornerback in the NFL. And in 2019, Alexander has a chance to be the No. 1 cornerback.

CB Josh Jackson, Iowa: A. As talented as Alexander is, Jackson is not far behind. Jackson is a tall cornerback with long arms which led him to recorded eight interceptions last year. And when quarterbacks were throwing in Jackson's area, he allowed a completion rate of 41.3. If he can adjust to the speed of the NFL, he could see a lot of action this season.

LB Oren Burks, Vanderbilt: B-minus. The Packers traded up in the third round to get Burks who started his career at Vanderbilt as a safety. Burks has the athleticism to play linebacker and safety for the Packers, but he has to be a more consistent tackler in order to be a starter. He will see a lot of action on special teams this year.

WR J'Mon Moore, Missouri: C-plus. Moore has the size and speed to be a quality No. 2 receiver in the NFL, but he's raw and needs to work on his issues with drops. He recorded 1,082 yards and 10 touchdowns last season for the Tigers.

OL Cole Madison, Washington State: B. Madison was an all-conference right tackle at Washington State, but he has a chance to be a standout guard in the NFL. Because of his ability to sustain blocks, Madison could see action right away on the right side of the Packers offensive line.

P JK Scott, Alabama: C-minus. This is not a knock on Scott because he's arguably the best punter in the draft class. This issue is Justin Vogel, a top punting prospect last year, was a Pro Bowl alternate after a solid 2017 campaign.It looks like the Packers coaching staff wants more competition heading into training camp.

WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling, South Florida: C. Valdes-Scantling is a big target who can run. He's a work in progress because his route running needs to improve and he will need to use his size to his advantage when it comes to deep passes.

WR Equanimeous St. Brown, Norte Dame: B. Brown might be the best wide receiver of the three that were drafted. He can play outside and the slot, because of his ability to fly down the field. St. Brown will need to get stronger and be more physical if he wants to be a starter.

DL James Looney, Cal: C. Looney has quick hands and quick feet to make him an effective inside pass rusher. But he will need to add more size and be more aggressive in order to play in Mike Pettine's scheme.

LS Hunter Bradley, Mississippi State: B. It's not common for a long snapper to be drafted, but the Packers took the best one in the class. As much as the Packers needed help at other positions, they had major issues at long snapper during the preseason last year which led to them bringing back Brett Goode for the year.

EDGE Kendall Donnerson, SE Missouri State: C-plus. Donnerson is very fast and his athletic skills are off the charts. He will need to be more consistent and show better instincts when he works with the Packers this summer.