I know. I posted that mock here.
I have Tutu projected as a rotational slot in the NFL. He can be the 4th/5th WR for a high-powered spread like Hardman for the Chiefs and McKenzie for the Bills. Insane to put a guy like that in the 1st over legit starter types like Bateman, Wallace or Marshall. As an undersized slot Tutu has no business going before Rondale or Elijah Moore.
It also shows a total lack of understanding about the Packers scheme and roster. They have a satellite back in Tyler Ervin who they used as a motion guy and space player, not a downfield receiver. Their actual WRs need to be bigger guys who can block either tight in-line (Lazard+ESB) or on the perimeter for screens (MVS). I keep seeing people bashing the Packers for not drafting a WR and those people clearly don't understand the way that scheme functions. They're not an offense that just lines up and tries to win 1on1s on the perimeter. The rare times they do try to do that it's with formations that scheme 1on1s for their target hog Adams. A 1st rd WR would've (will be) been as big a waste for them as a 1st rd QB, only without the long-term upside.
MeCole Hardman has been more of a WR3 type, was a 2nd Rounder and 5th WR off the board. McKenzie the 24th WR off the board...that seems like a "if things break poorly" for Atwell as a pro...a 200 yard WR, all purpose type contributor. That's a wide range of outcomes, IMO, which is what I said in my post. These types make teams and if they are drafted too late, end up outperforming many drafted ahead of them. Even Isaiah McKenzie has outperformed 10 or more WRs picked ahead of him. Even your boy Scott Miller, 35th WR off the board, has outperformed a ridiculous number of WRs drafted ahead of him.
I don't think he's actually a R1 WR either, but WR21 seems way too low. If he were to get drafted that low (its possible)...idk, I think he would outperform a lot of guys ahead of him if we re-evaluated in 2-3 years post-draft.