WR Corey Coleman, Baylor
It certainly seems unlikely the Packers would spend a first round pick on a wide receiver, but Corey Coleman is deserving of consideration.
Coleman is one of the top wideouts in a surprisingly thin class for the type of player the Packers need. He has blazing speed to gain instant separation. What was the biggest weakness for the Green Bay receivers in 2015? Speed and an ability to get open.
The Baylor product is like lightning off the snap and would give the Packers a dangerous deep threat to pair with Jordy Nelson. He runs smooth routes and moves well in space. Coleman can leap up and make contested catches, which could earn him a spot as a boundary target.
Imagine a Packers offense with Nelson and Coleman on the outside with Randall Cobb and Ty Montgomery causing problems in the slot. The pressure would be off Davante Adams to deliver after an awful sophomore season.
This is the most unlikely of the five options, but it would be a lot of fun watching Coleman line up in the Green Bay offense. Speed was an issue for the Packers’ receivers last term. Jeff Janis has speed, but lacked the ability to run routes. Coleman can do it all.