The Green Bay Packers are heading into the 2020 NFL Draft with a few needs to focus on filling. One of them happens to be at the wide receiver position, as they need to find more talent and weapons for Aaron Rodgers to work with.
Brian Gutekunst acknowledged before free agency that the Packers needed to focus on beefing up the wide receiver position. Devin Funchess was the move the team decided to make in free agency. He may end up being a steal, but the Packers need more long-term talent as well.
At this point in time, the Packers hold the No. 30 overall pick in the NFL Draft. Thankfully, there are going to be a couple options for Green Bay should they choose to target a wide receiver.
While there may be a couple of options, the Packers should be targeting Clemson standout Tee Higgins. He is projected to be available at No. 30, and if he is, there is no reason Green Bay should pass on him.
Let’s take a look at three reasons why the Packers must target Higgins at No. 30 overall.
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