One Of The Biggest Concerns Going Into The Green Bay Draft Is A Question Mark, Even Though The Packers Picked Three Candidates To Keep From Reigning Mvp Aaron Rodgers.

The Packers Added Christian Watson Of North Dakota State In The Second Round, Romeo Dobbs Of Nevada In The Fourth.

Nebraska's Samori Toure Is In Seventh Place As He Tries To Rest On Wide Receiver After Trading All-pro Devante Adams To The Las Vegas Raiders.

"We Certainly Believe Very Strongly That The Competition Is Going To Bring Out The Best And The Cream Is Going To Rise," Packers General Manager Brian Gutkunst Said On Saturday.

The Three-time Defending Nfc North Champion Will Still Have Less Proven Talent In His Receiving Group

Any Other Super Bowl Contender. He Would Need One Or Two Of These Rookie Wideouts To Contribute Immediately.

"You Always Feel Good Right Now," Packers Coach Matt Lafleur Said. "But The Bottom Line Is You Have To Get These People Here

With Two Late First-round Picks, The Packers Opted To Trade For One Of The Top Receiving Prospects In This Class As Six Of The First 18 Selections Were Wide.

The Packers Did Not Follow The Lead Of The Philadelphia Eagles Or The Arizona Cardinals By Trading A First-round Pick To Land An Experienced Receiver.

Green Bay Instead Boosted Their Defense And Took On Two Georgia Teammates In The First Round, With Linebacker Quay Walker Finishing 22nd Overall And Defending 28th Place Devonte Wyatt.