This year's group of NFL Draft-eligible wide receivers are an intriguing group of players, running the gamut of all shapes and sizes. Last year, the Packers took a receiver in a running back's body, Stanford's Ty Montgomery, in the third round of the draft.
Although the Green Bay Packers appear to have a deep, talented, and young group of wide receivers on the team, we said the same thing about the team last year before Montgomery's selection, so it is certainly possible that the Packers could draft a wideout again this year.
One of this year's top receiver prospects, Laquon Treadwell of Ole Miss, will not be running the 40 today, despite not having anyn apparent injury concerns. The likely favorite for the best 40 time today among receivers is Ohio State's Braxton Miller, who has been reported to run under 4.3 on the fast turf at the Buckeyes' training facility.
Stay up to date with the 40 times and results below.