2014 NFL Draft: Ten Prospects the Packers Could Target on Day Two

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Texas Longhorns wide receiver Mike Davis (1) makes a catch against Oklahoma State Cowboys cornerback Tyler Patmon (26). Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Davis – Wide Receiver, Texas, 6-0, 193 (4.52)

Davis won’t blow people away with his elite speed or size, but he’s a receiver prospect with great hands and one can explode off the line of scrimmage. He’s also a smooth route-runner and knows how to come out of his breaks and get separation.

Davis led the Longhorns in receiving the past two seasons, recording 51 receptions for 727 yards and eight touchdowns in 2013 and 57 receptions for 939 yards and seven touchdowns in 2012. Davis can line up on the outside and work the sidelines or go downfield, or he can line up in the slot and work the middle of the field. He’s a versatile receiver, to say the least.

Davis does so many things well at the position that he’ll be hard for anyone to pass up in the second or third round. If the Packers lose James Jones to free agency, they could pick up a guy like Davis on day two of the draft and plug him in as their third wide receiver behind Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson.