The NFL has become a passing league and the lack of weapons the Green Bay Packers had outside of Davante Adams was apparent in 2019.   Whether the Packers choose to supplement the promise of young tight end Jace Sternberger in free agency, the draft or via trade remains to be seen. Historically, Green Bay’s most success in pass catchers has been on Day 2.  The last pure receiver taken by the Packers was Adams himself in 2014.  The Packers should look at pass catchers early and often in this deep wide receiver class but a less talented tight end class with no all around tight end in previous years.. These are heights noted by the university unless they participated in the Senior Bowl or other all star game.

Wide Receivers:

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Justin Jefferson

6’3,192

WR, LSU

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Brandon Aiyuk

5’11 3’4, 201 (Senior Bowl)

WR, Arizona State

 

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Jalen Reagor

5’11, 194

WR, TCU

 

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Donovan Peoples-Jones

6’2, 207

WR, Michigan 

 

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Michael Pittman Jr.

6’3 7/8, 219 (Senior Bowl)

WR, USC

 

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Quintez Cephus

6’1, 207

WR, Wisconsin

 

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Van Jefferson

6’1 1/2, 197 (Senior Bowl)

WR, Florida

 

Tight Ends:

 

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Brycen Hopkins

6’3 3/4, 241 (Senior Bowl)

TE, Purdue

 

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Hunter Bryant

6’2, 239

TE, Washington

 

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Jared Pinkney

6’4, 254 (Senior Bowl)

TE, Vanderbilt

 

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Cole Kmet

6’5 1/2, 250

TE, Notre Dame

 

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Harrison Bryant

6’4 3/4, 241 (Senior Bowl)

TE, FAU