Round 2 (41): Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina
Wide receiver could again be on the Packers' offseason to-do list.
Green Bay will be delighted with the production of rookies Jayden Reed and Dontayvion Wicks this season. Reed leads the Packers in receiving and is getting by the week, while Wicks is already a great separator with big-play ability. Second-year Romeo Doubs has also impressed, catching a team-high seven touchdowns in 11 games.
But with Christian Watson struggling for consistency and the Packers still lacking a true WR1, they may take another swing in the draft.
South Carolina's Xavier Legette is quickly rising up draft boards and has been compared to A.J. Brown.
The Packers love wide receivers with size and speed, and Legette checks both boxes. He is 6-foot-3, 227 pounds, and is excellent after the catch.
"Legette has incredible long-strider speed, and he's also a dominating size threat with great physicality after the catch, an imposing catch radius, and surprising throttle variability for his size," writes Ian Cummings of Pro Football Network.
Legette is having a dominant season and was deservedly named one of the 10 semi-finalists for the Biletnikoff Award. In 11 games, Legette has made 65 catches for 1,187 yards and seven touchdowns. He could be a home-run pick for the Packers on Day 2.