Packers: 10 worst draft picks of Brian Gutekunst era

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6. J’Mon Moore, WR, Missouri (4th round, 2018)

Drafting wide receivers has been a huge point of controversy for Brian Gutekunst in his time as general manager of the Green Bay Packers. You can't be super critical of fourth-round picks because Day 3 picks are tough to project, in general, but J'Mon Moore was one of the bigger misses for the Packers since Gutekunst became GM.

Moore was the 133rd overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft and was taken just before players like running back Chase Edmonds and tight end Dalton Schultz.

Moore played in 12 games during his rookie season, catching two passes. He bounced around to a few different teams in the years that would follow but ultimately hasn't been on an NFL roster since 2021.

5. Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati (3rd round, 2020)

When you use a top-100 pick on a player, you expect pretty big-time results. The Packers used the 94th overall pick on former Cincinnati tight end Josiah Deguara in 2020 and he has turned out to be a decent rotational player and special teams guy.

But over the course of his first three years with the Packers, Deguara hasn't played more than 35 percent of the Packers' offensive snaps in a given season and has played a part-time role on special teams as well.

He has 39 career receptions and two touchdowns over the course of his first three NFL seasons.