Wide receiver: Malik Nabers
The Packers' back-to-back wins likely pushes them out of range to draft Ohio State's Marvin Harrison Jr., but it won't matter if they end up with Malik Nabers. The LSU star has 1,424 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns this season. Nobody can cover him.
Nabers could be the missing piece in the Packers' offense. The WR1 they need. And his skill set would perfectly complement the other receivers on the roster.
Wide receiver: Jayden Reed
Jayden Reed has star potential. He has quickly become one of Love's favorite targets, catching 36 passes for 497 yards and five touchdowns. He's added another 81 rushing yards and a score. Reed is getting better as the season goes on, and he is already making a huge impact for the Packers.
Wide receiver: Christian Watson
Before Week 12, Christian Watson hadn't made the second-year impact many expected from him. However, he looked back to his best against the Lions, catching five passes for 94 yards and a touchdown. Even when he wasn't thrown the ball, his speed drew defenders away, opening passing lanes in the middle of the field.
Defenses have to respect his speed, and that makes life easier for the other receivers. A starting trio of Nabers, Reed, and Watson, with Romeo Doubs and Dontayvion Wicks rotating in, would be an incredible receiving group.