Green Bay Packers 2015 NFL Draft: Breaking down the wide receiver prospects

1 of 6

West Virginia Mountaineers wide receiver Kevin White (11). Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The 2015 NFL Draft is finally here, and in just a matter of hours we’ll get to see how this whole draft picture plays out and who the Green Bay Packers will add to their roster.

In anticipation of the draft, I put together my position-by-position rankings, taking a close look at the top prospects in this class and who Green Bay could target come draft day.

This past week, we already broke down running back, tight end, and all of the defensive positions.

Today, we provide our last position ranking before the draft by taking a look at the wide receivers.

This year provides another deep class of wideouts, and despite it not being a major need on the Packers roster, they may take a chance on a mid or late-round prospect at the position to add competition on their roster.

More from Green Bay Packers Draft

Despite the promise of second-year players Jeff Janis and Jared Abbrederis, there are still no guarantees beyond their starting three, and the Packers could still use a reliable kick returner.

They may just find one in this receiver group.

When ranking players, I grouped them into four tiers during the pre-draft process and then ranked the players within those tiers.

Tier One: Potential impact players at the next level.

Tier Two: Players who could be solid starters or make contributions as a rookie.

Tier Three: Developmental prospects who have some upside but may not be ready to contribute immediately.

Tier Four: Role players who could offer depth to the roster.

Here’s how we ranked the top 30 wide receivers of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Next: Who's in the Top Tier?