This offseason has been one of the loudest in recent Green Bay Packer history, especially at the wide receiver position. Green Bay’s 5th all-time leading receiver Jordy Nelson left for greener dryer pastures in Oakland, and with the #133, #174, and #207 picks of the 2018 draft, Green Bay selected a trio of wide receivers to compete for reserve spots behind Adams and Cobb. The noise among the position has overshadowed a quiet natured player whom many have slotted in as WR3 on the depth chart; Geronimo Allison. Let’s watch some tape.
The first thing everyone notices about Allison is his frame. At 6’3” with spaghetti arms, he’s a big target that has a good catch radius. At full extension, he’s able to make some great catches that a smaller defender simply cannot defend.

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