3. Greg Jennings, WR, Green Bay Packers
The 2020 NFL Draft class is deep with receivers so if the LA Rams were to use the selection on a wide receiver they probably could find someone as talented as Greg Jennings. The problem with that logic is that wide receiver is probably the last thing the team needs in the second round.
Jennings was selected by the Green Bay Packers in 2006 and instantly became an integral part of the Packers’ offense and got better and better in every season. He had 632 receiving yards in his rookie year, 920 in his second year and then ripped off three years in a row with over 1,000 receiving yards and set a career-high in his third year with 1,292.
In the four-year stretch from 2008 to 2011, Jennings was the Packers’ top receiver as they underwent a quarterback change and was one of the best receivers in the entire NFL. Jennings ranked seventh in total receiving yards in that four-year period and fourth in receiving touchdowns.
The injury bug caught up to Jennings in 2012 and then he went and played on the Minnesota Vikings for two seasons, where he was pretty solid with a combined 1,546 receiving yards.
Jennings finished his career in a minuscule role with the Miami Dolphins. He had two career Pro Bowls under his belt when he hung them up.