Wide receiver drafted from the Green Bay Packers in the 7th circular from the 2014 NFL draft who produced a name for himself in the 2016 NFC divisional playoff video game against the Az Cardinals when he caught a Hail Mary move from Aaron Rodgers to send the overall game to overtime. He was a First-team AFCA Div. II All-American university participant at Saginaw Valley Condition after playing both golf ball and soccer in senior high school. He was the initial participant drafted from Saginaw Valley Condition, and the initial wide recipient, since 2005 when Todd Herremans was chosen. He was created in Tawas Town, Michigan. His function in the Packers elevated through the 2015-2016 carrying out a preseason, period ending problems for Packers standout wide recipient Jordy Nelson.