Scout Premium Content

Seventh-Round WR's Going Opposite Directions

Dorsey (Bob DeChiara - USA Today Sports)

The Packers picked up two wide receivers in the final round of the NFL draft. While Grand Valley State's Charles Johnson was on the rise entering the draft, Maryland Kevin Dorsey had to overcome a tough final collegiate season.

Fourteen years ago in the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers took a chance on a small-school wide receiver in the seventh round that worked out pretty well. If Charles Johnson can turn out to be even a fraction of what recently retired Donald Driver was, the Packers will have done well. Johnson, out of Division II Grand Valley State, was the first of two wide receivers chosen by the Packers in...

PackerReport.com Recommended Stories


Up Next


Tweets