The 5 best (and 2 worst) Packers draft picks since 1990

Since 1990, the Packers have drafted Hall-of-Famers, All-Pros, and Super Bowl champions, but they have also missed badly many times.
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Best: Donald Driver, 1999

It's hard to find franchise legends in the first round. The Packers found one in the seventh.

Green Bay made 12 selections in the 1999 NFL Draft. Its final pick was Alcorn State wide receiver Donald Driver. Fourteen seasons and 205 games later, Driver's incredible Packers career came to an end.

Driver's career actually got off to a slow start. He made only 37 catches for 520 yards and three touchdowns in his first three seasons.

But things quickly changed after that. Driver would put up 1,000+ yards in seven of the next eight seasons. Between 2002-09, he caught 610 passes for 8,530 yards and 46 touchdowns.

Driver went to five Pro Bowls, helped the Packers win Super Bowl XLV, and is now a member of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. No player in Packers history has more receiving yards than Driver's 10,137, a record that could stand for many more years to come.

Most seventh-round picks face an uphill battle to make the roster beyond a couple of seasons. Driver spent his entire 12-year career in Green Bay, putting up over 10,000 receiving yards and 61 touchdowns. A Packers legend, and one of their all-time great wide receivers.