He has performed so well in the first nine practices that he’s getting snaps with the No. 1 offense and quarterback Aaron Rodgers is actively looking for him. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say he has been the third-best receiver in camp.
The story put it nicely in that there’s still a long way to go before Kumerow can be called NFL-worthy, but GM Brian Gutekunst will look like a genius if Kumerow makes the team. Either that or he’ll be raked over the coals if his three receiver draft picks don't outperform the street free agent.