The Green Bay Packers have been allowed to meet with 30 players in advance of the N-F-L Draft which begins tomorrow (Thursday) night. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says at least nine of the Packers’ invitees were wide receivers — which is no surprise because it’s been a previous focus for general manager Ted Thompson. Generally, the players have reportedly been lower round candidates or possible undrafted free agents whom Green Bay could pick up in the hours after the draft ends on Saturday. Also, the Packers were among the teams auditioning Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon — who could have been a first rounder if he wasn’t arrested for punching a female student in the face in 2014.