Dontayvion Wicks is yet another Day 3 pick the Packers may have hit a home run on. Wicks run routes like a veteran. He is so smooth and makes gaining separation look easy. According to Pro Football Focus, Wicks has the ninth-best separation grade among all wide receivers since Week 11.
The rookie is fourth in receiving for Green Bay, making 23 catches for 374 yards and a touchdown. Wicks is yet another young Packers pass-catcher with huge potential.
And here's another one. It's such a shame that Luke Musgrave suffered a possible season-ending injury against the Los Angeles Chargers because it felt like he was just beginning to hit his stride.
Early in the season, Matt LaFleur used Musgrave almost exclusively on screen passes and dump-offs, but he's at his best when attacking defenses vertically. As LaFleur began to expand Musgrave's role, the results quickly followed, with the rookie tight end making nine catches for 143 yards and a touchdown in his final three games before suffering the injury.
Hopefully, Musgrave can return before the end of the season. His combination of speed and athleticism makes him tough to cover. The Packers may have found a future Pro Bowler in the second round of the draft.