Packers: Four wide receiver targets if Aaron Rodgers stays in 2022

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3. Skyy Moore

As much as many fans will be hoping the Packers use a first-round pick on a wide receiver, chances are they’ll wait until later on as they did in 2021 when they selected Amari Rodgers in the third round.

A player to watch is Western Michigan’s Skyy Moore.

Chris Trapasso of CBS Sports wrote an article on why Moore is a sleeper entering this year’s draft. Trapasso wrote that while Moore might not be selected on Day 1, “he’ll be appearing in the first round of 2022 redraft articles in a few years”.

And there’s good reason to think that.

Moore has an excellent release — now just imagine how much he can improve this part of his game learning from Davante Adams each week.

Moore dominated in his final season at Western Michigan, catching 95 passes for 1,292 yards and 10 touchdowns.

With his release, route-running, and yards-after-catch ability, Moore could make an instant impact in the Packers’ offense. Many mock drafts have him falling as far as the third round, which could suit the Packers if they pass up on wide receivers in the opening couple of rounds.

No matter where Moore ends up getting drafted, there is no doubt his potential in the NFL is Skyy-high.