Several teams in the NFC North have invested heavily at wide receiver this offseason.
The Green Bay Packers drafted three receivers, including Jayden Reed in the second round. The Chicago Bears traded for DJ Moore in the deal that sent the No. 1 overall selection to the Carolina Panthers.
Elsewhere in the division, the Minnesota Vikings drafted Jordan Addison in the first round, while the Detroit Lions brought back Marvin Jones.
But where does each team stack up in the division? Unfortunately, the Packers still have everything to prove at wide receiver.
4. Green Bay Packers
Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs, Jayden Reed, Samori Toure, Dontayvion Wicks, Grant DuBose, Malik Heath, Jeff Cotton, Bo Melton, Duece Watts, Jadakis Bonds
Unproven -- that perfectly sums up the Packers' wide receiver corps.
They certainly don't lack potential. Christian Watson and Jayden Reed were second-round picks over the past two years, while Romeo Doubs showed potential in his rookie season.
Green Bay moved on from Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb just a year after Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling left. That's almost all of the experience in the Packers' wide receiver corps. Watson and Doubs are now the veterans in the receiving room, and they are only entering season number two.
That's why we can't put this group any higher. But Packers fans shouldn't be discouraged. Green Bay's receiving corps has huge upside and could quickly climb these rankings.