Should be a Day 1 starting returner at the next level. DB Jeremy Chinn https://www.raiders.com/video/lynn-bowden-jr-running-back-kentucky-raiders In a deep receiver class, Bowden could easily fall to Day 3. RB Darrynton Evans, Sign up for the Packers Wire newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morning. WR Devin Duvernay OT Austin Jackson Bowden did not run the 40 … LB Patrick Queen WR Justin Jefferson DL Ross Blacklock Not built for winning outside. Hamler There is no other prospect like Bowden in this upcoming draft. The versatility, the school, the position, the size, the likely future NFL role. Have to wonder if move to quarterback in 2019 stunted long-term development at receiver, – Will have immediate gadget value. LB Malik Harrison The guess here is that a team will gamble on his playmaking abilities in the fourth or fifth round. DB Xavier McKinney Not a speed demon, but he could have some value here, – Wanted to see more impact in the intermediate areas. TE Cole Kmet David John Griffin/Icon Sportswire. DL Raekwon Davis Will make tacklers miss at the next level – On the smaller side. Attempted only 74 passes but ran for almost 1,500 yards and 13 scores, – Caught 67 passes as a full-time receiver in 2018. He made a bunch of big-time throws, didn't turn the ball over and was great getting the ball out of his hands on time, but he was also a little inaccurate, and a few of his accuracy issues eliminated run-after-catch opportunities. WR John Hightower LB Zack Baun OT Andrew Thomas All his run-after-catch skills should translate to the next level. S Antoine Winfield Jr. The Green Bay Packers jumped out to a 21-0 lead and then coasted to a comfortable win over the Houston Texans on Sunday. No player received a higher individual grade at Pro Football Focus in Week 7 than Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams. LB Kenneth Murray Lynn Bowden must wait for UK's Pro Day to run 40-yard dash. WR Brandon Aiyuk WR Van Jefferson Lynn Bowden, a 2020 NFL Draft prospect, did just that this season for Kentucky. LB Jordyn Brooks Didn’t stop him from barreling through tacklers or winning between the tackles as a running quarterback, – Had to play quarterback for Kentucky for eight games in 2019. How Lynn Bowden became the most fascinating prospect in the 2020 NFL Draft? WR/TE Chase Claypool WR Donovan Peoples-Jones Up next is Kentucky receiver Lynn Bowden Jr.: – Combination of quick, evasive, fluid and tough with the ball in his hands. Rarely played on the perimeter at Kentucky, – Hit a few vertical shots from the slot. Bowden is another option as a slot weapon and a true gadget player for Matt LaFleur. Crafty work wiggling free late and making plays near the boundary, – Such a balanced player. Smart teams will expand role during developmental window at receiver, – Future is in the slot. Bowden will also be an immediate option for return duties, both on punts and kicks. Vertical jump: 26" Broad jump: 104" ... Lynn Bowden Jr. projects as a wide receiver in the NFL, but his tape at QB in 2019 is a ton of fun. The Packers got four touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers, two scores from Davante Adams and three sacks from Mike Pettine's defense to power the win. Shows up as a runner with the ball and as a receiver with the ball in the air, – Tough and elusive as a returner. WR Bryan Edwards The official source for NFL news, video highlights, fantasy football, game-day coverage, schedules, stats, scores and more. He will not be playing quarterback at the next level, that much is apparent, but as for what to do with him after that? He’s a work in progress and a little bit of a projection after spending most of 2019 at quarterback. WR Tee Higgins DL A.J. https://www.raiders.com/video/lynn-bowden-jr-running-back-kentucky-raiders S Grant Delpit Only 5-10, with short arms and small hands. Between now and the draft, Packers Wire will periodically break down one top prospect fitting the Packers’ roster needs. There’s a decent chance he’ll develop into a starting slot receiver who returns kicks and earns other opportunities to get the ball in his hands, but a good chunk of development is required before he’s anything close to a polished receiver.