Round 2 (45): Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU
The Packers find their quarterback with their first second-round pick. Now, they add one of his top targets at LSU, wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr.
Malik Nabers is a potential first-round option for Green Bay, but teammate Thomas will also enter the NFL with huge upside. According to SportsCenter, the two have combined for more receiving yards and touchdowns through nine games this year than Justin Jefferson and Ja'Marr Chase put up for LSU in 2019.
Thomas has incredible size at 6-foot-4, which is matched by an unbelievable combination of speed and athleticism.
"The physical gifts are comically good. Thomas Jr. is blessed with the kind of raw tools you typically only see with a user-created player on Madden. He's big. He's long. He's explosive. He's got good long speed," writes Kyle Crabbs of Athlon Sports.
And the best part? He already has great chemistry with Jayden Daniels, having caught 51 passes for 918 yards and 13 touchdowns this season.
The Packers need a WR1. Jayden Reed has shown star potential in the slot, while Dontayvion Wicks continues to impress and deserves more opportunities. Romeo Doubs is a reliable target, but Christian Watson has been unable to back up a promising rookie season.