3 Undrafted Free Agent Receivers the Packers Absolutely Must Bring to Training Camp

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Clemson receiver Diondre Overton | Mike Comer/Getty Images

The Green Bay Packers were unequivocally one of the biggest "losers" of the 2020 NFL Draft, as they used their first three picks on a backup quarterback, backup running back, and backup tight end in Jordan Love, AJ Dillon, and Josiah Deguara. Noticeably absent from those selections, against all odds, was a wide receiver for Aaron Rodgers. The Packers need to rely on the UDFA market in order to find their next surprising wideout to add to their collection, and these three players that are still unsigned could end up in Green Bay

3. Jamari Hester, Jacksonville State

Hester is a weird evaluation. Scouts will fall in love with the fact that Hester is a 6-7 wide receiver with Inspector Gadget arms who catches anything thrown in his area code, but they will hate the fact that he weighs just 210 pounds and has serious questions about his speed. While some consider him a tight end in a receiver's body given his 4.7 speed, Hester should get a look from Green Bay given his physical tools.

2. Diondre Overton, Clemson

Overton's stock falling is a case of him never getting to showcase his skills. He had to sit behind the likes of Justyn Ross, Tee Higgins, and Amari Rodgers at Clemson. He even missed out on a day of Shrine Bowl practice because of Clemson's National Championship Game. 52 catches and seven touchdowns isn't tremendous college production, but teams like Green Bay should be intrigued by his blend of size (6-4), physicality (215), and speed (4.5 40).

1. Hasise Dubois, Virginia

It remains a complete mystery how Dubois has gone undrafted and has yet to sign a contract. He had more yards (1,072 vs 679), yards per catch (14.2 vs 8.8), and touchdowns (six vs three) than fellow Cavalier and Los Angeles Chargers draftee Joe Reed. Furthermore, he didn't drop a single pass in the entire season. He isn't the most explosive athlete, but those elite hands and route-running skills should have been more than enough to see him picked. The Packers should swoop in and take advantage.