Packers: Seven-round pre-combine mock draft 2020

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Round 2 (62): Jalen Reagor, WR – TCU

Jalen Reagor would bring something the Packers lacked at the receiver position last season. Speed. He is one of the fastest players in the draft and would be a great addition to the Packers offense opposite of Davante Adams. He has the ability to take the top off of a defense, giving the Packers the ability to hit some home runs.

Reagor would be a huge addition to this offense. I think Matt LaFleur would be able to find a ton of different ways to use him, whether is it outside, in the slot or running the ball on end-around plays, this kid is a weapon.

Round 3 (94): Thaddeus Moss, TE – LSU

As soon as I took Thaddeus Moss in my mock, I thought immediately of Packers fans when Randy Moss was available in 2007 and Brett Favre lobbied the front office to trade for him. When the Patriots traded for him, Favre was upset, and the Patriots had their 16-0 regular season and Moss put up huge numbers with Tom Brady.

Well, now the Packers can have a chance to get Moss this time, just not Randy. Obviously Thaddeus Moss is not his dad. They don’t even play the same position and it would be extremely difficult for him to have a career like his dad’s, but he plays a position of need for the Packers.

He is your typical in-line tight end who does well run blocking. He can catch too. Moss put up some nice numbers with Joe Burrow last season at LSU. He is sure-handed too, dropping zero passes last season.

If the Packers move on from Marcedes Lewis, he could slide right in there and form a nice tight end tandem with Jace Sternberger.