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Scout's Take: Was Adams Best-Available WR?

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Who should Green Bay have selected as a second-round receiver: Fresno State's Davante Adams, Indiana's Cody Latimer, Penn State's Allen Robinson or LSU's Jarvis Landry? The NFL's head scout weighs in on that debate and provides his scouting opinions of the pass-catching quartet.

The Green Bay Packers, hungry for a wide receiver at a depleted position, might have had this list on their board when on the clock at No. 53 overall: Fresno State's Davante Adams, with the benefit of playing with quarterback Derek Carr and in a pass-happy spread offense, led the nation with 131 receptions and was second with 1,718 yards. His 24 touchdown receptions were a whopping eight more... Recommended Stories

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