Second-round pick Jayden Reed spoke to reporters for the first time after being drafted, and Green Bay Packers fans will be fired up after hearing what he had to say.
Reed is one of the most exciting additions to the Packers' offense this offseason, and he can immediately win a starting job in the slot.
While Keisean Nixon is coming off a first-team All-Pro season as a returner, Reed gives the Packers another option.
At Western Michigan and Michigan State, Reed returned 42 kicks for 841 yards, averaging 20 yards per return. He returned 38 punts for 581 yards and three touchdowns at an average of 15.3 yards per return.
Reed can do a bit of everything for the Packers on offense, while also contributing on special teams.
Speaking to reporters, Reed gave his take on his potential role in Green Bay.
Packers fans will be fired up after hearing Jayden Reed's comments after getting drafted
Reed took part in the Packers' rookie minicamp this week and had a chance to speak with reporters. He was asked how he can help the Packers.
"In many different ways. Special teams, I'm a punt returner, kick returner. Slot guy, outside guy. Me being able to play in different spots on the field, I think I can help in that area," Reed said.
One thing is for sure: Reed is ready to make an impact in any way he can help the team.
"I'm ready to go out there and compete with all I got," said Reed.
According to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Reed spent time in the slot during rookie minicamp and also did "quite a bit of jet motioning too."
Reed won't play alongside Davante Adams in Green Bay, but he named Adams as one of the wide receivers he regularly watches to improve his own game.
"He creates separation from the start to the finish of the route," Reed said. "From the releases to the top of the route, so I just like how he's so smooth and how he creates separation. That's something I want to model my game after him."
The Packers would be delighted if Reed could take his game to Adams' level.
It will be exciting to see all the different ways Matt LaFleur gets Reed the ball. He is a playmaker and can stress defenses in so many ways. Reed could be exactly what the Packers have been missing at the wide receiver position.
Whether it's on offense or special teams, Reed can take on a significant role for the Packers early in his NFL career.
You can watch Reed's full interview here: