This could be a perfect fit thanks to Dickerson's ability to play guard or center. However, the number of career injuries are mounting (suffered season-ending ligament damage in December), and his medicals will be a focus. Great leader and great fit if healthy.
Like Baltimore and a pass rusher, it's going to be hard to mock anything but a wide receiver to the Packers. Green Bay clearly needs a No. 2 guy to go along with Davante Adams. Montez Valdes Scantling is a decent player, but his production is wildly inconsistent.
We've spent a year talking about how the Packers should've taken a big-play wide receiver in the 2020 draft. Well, better late than never. Marshall is a touchdown-scoring receiver who'd pair perfectly with Davante Adams, giving Aaron Rodgers another playmaker in one-on-one situations and another mismatch creator in the red zone.
Maybe GM Brian Gutekunst finally gets a bona fide complement to Davante Adams and more help for QB Aaron Rodgers? Toney had a breakout senior year for the Gators, amassing 70 catches for 984 yards and 10 scores. He's got the explosive ability to consistently burn No. 2 corners and should only blossom while learning how to fine-tune his routes with help from the masterful Adams.
Did you watch the Packers' secondary get torched by the Bucs in the first half of the NFC Championship Game? 2017 second-round pick Kevin King, who is now a free agent, was picked on by Tom Brady. Green Bay has to find a consistent starter opposite Jaire Alexander. Campbell has the talent to be that guy, though he had an up-and-down career at Georgia. His issue? He was too inconsistent from snap to snap. But the former five-star prospect is a gifted athlete in a 6-2 frame, and this pick is all about projecting him to improve under NFL coaching. Based on talent alone, Campbell would be a top-15 pick, but his tape could see him drop to Round 2.
I know the Packers don't traditionally draft wide receivers in the first round, but I love this potential fit. They don't have anyone with Atwell's skill set on their offense. He is a blur who can be utilized on jet sweeps and to stretch the field. He would be the perfect complement to Davante Adams and Allen Lazard.
Aaron Jones is about to become expensive, and backups Jamaal Williams and Tyler Ervin are also hitting the open market. Former second-round pick A.J. Dillon could take over as the lead ball-carrier, but he doesn't provide the pass-catching chops of Etienne, who had 102 receptions for 1,155 yards and eight touchdowns in his four-year career.