2020 NFL Mock Draft 1.0: Eagles focus on safety with Grant Delpit
By Dan Parzych
No one needs to explain just how fortunate Aaron Rodgers is to have one of the best receivers in the NFL to work with in Davante Adams since the wideout seems to be on a whole new level of his own.
But similar to the situation with Michael Thomas on the New Orleans Saints, Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers need more consistency when it comes to the other players at the position.
Throughout his career, Rodgers has always been the kind of quarterback that makes the players around him better, and while there are certainly a few members of the Packers with potential at wide receiver, this past season seemed like a missed opportunity.
With a better receiving corps, the argument can be made that Green Bay would have been more competitive in the NFC Championship instead of suffering an embarrassing loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
At least if the Packers do decide to go with a wide receiver this late in the first round, K.J. Hamler will most likely be available since the argument can be made that most teams consider the Penn State product to be a second-round option.
If Rodgers and the Packers are looking for someone that would be great in the slot, Hamler could be their guy come April.