With their first pick in the fourth round and their first of six selections set on the second day, Green Bay Packers She decided to double the show on a grand scale with choosing Romeo Dobbs of Nevada. as first-placed Devonty White and second-manager Christian Watson, Doubs brought on a pre-draft visit To meet the Packers organization this spring.
Doubs, who played several positions in high school, scored consecutive 1,000-yard seasons for the Wolfpack in the traditional Air Raid system. At 6’2″ and 201 pounds, he’s the size packers usually like in this position. Due to a knee injury during the pre-draft process, though, he wasn’t able to run in any of the combine, which he was invited to , or Nevada Professional Day.
every twice-Mountain West He finished his college career with 225 receptions, 3,322 yards and 26 touchdowns in the receiving game to go along with 37 kick returns for 463 yards and touchdowns, which came in the first touch of his career in Nevada. Yesterday, general manager Brian Gutekunst stated that the team has not settled at the reception site After North Dakota State’s Christian Watson was named the 34th pick, but now the team might finally be up.
The Doubs consensus board draft ranked 125th overall Entering the draft. only two receptors, Boise StateClemson’s Khalil Shaker and Justin Ross were ranked above the Doubs on the board and were still available at the time of selection.
According to Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network, Doubs was able to run in the 4.47 to 4.53 seconds range in a 40-yard dash in his one-time pro day once his knee was healthy enough to run.