The Green Bay Packers selected wide receiver J’Mon Moore in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
After making three defensive picks on the opening two days of the draft, the Green Bay Packers finally turned to offense in the fourth round.
They needed to add a wide receiver, and now have their player in J’Mon Moore out of Missouri.
Here is what Lance Zierlein of NFL.com wrote about Moore in his draft profile:
"“Moore is still raw and will need time to expand his knowledge and feel for the position, but he has the talent to become a WR3 or WR2 within the first two or three years.”"
The 6-foot-3, 205-pound receiver had a pair of 1,000-yard seasons at Missouri.
This was the team’s first pick on Day 3. They are currently scheduled to pick eight times on Saturday, although this number could change if they make a trade.
They still have seven picks remaining, starting with the first selection of the fifth round. Don’t be surprised if general manager Brian Gutekunst looks to move up at some point.
The Packers made a strong start to the draft on the opening two days. Gutekunst picked up two of the draft’s most talented cornerbacks, while also acquiring a first-round pick for 2019 from the New Orleans Saints.
Along with Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson, the Packers then moved up into the third round to select linebacker Oren Burks.
Green Bay could still do with more depth along the offensive line. Finding a difference maker at edge rusher won’t be easy at this stage of the draft, but the Packers could look to add more depth there.
What do you think of this selection by the Packers? Should they look to add another wide receiver or tight end later on Day 3?