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One of the more surprising picks in this year's draft for the Packers was selecting wide receiver Davante Adams in the second round. Receiver wasn't seen as a huge need, so drafting one that early was certainly shocking.
With that said, Adams is an extremely impressive talent who has the ability to make an impact on offense right away. He's got a great shot to move up on the depth chart to the No. 3 receiver and have a strong rookie season.
However, the job isn't just going to be handed over to Adams. It's clear from OTAs that he has some major competition on his hands.
The two biggest threats to Adams' playing time are Jarrett Boykin and Chris Harper. We all know what Boykin is capable of after stepping up last year, but Harper is a relatively unknown player. Well, that might change after his strong showing in practices.
Harper was dominant during the most recent OTAs, even getting McCarthy to gush a little about him when he said, per Rob Demovsky at ESPN:
Chris has really improved. I mean, I think you saw the first snap there in the team period, I mean, he runs a great post and Aaron hits him right in stride. I mean, that's the kind of explosiveness that he has.
With Adams, Boykin and Harper all ready to become big-time players, the Packers and their group of receivers will be the envy of every offense in the league. While Adams still has the best shot at winning that No. 3 job, the gap between him and his competition is closing pretty quickly.