Today is the fourth day of FOX Sports Wisconsin Packers writer Paul Imig's offseason evaluations of every player on Green Bay's roster. Come back every day between now and mid-March for his in-depth film and statistical analysis and check out the schedule below:

Monday: OT Don Barclay

Tuesday, Jan. 29: RB Cedric Benson

Wednesday, Jan. 30: ILB Desmond Bishop

Today: WR Jarrett Boykin

Friday, Feb. 1: OT Bryan Bulaga

Saturday, Feb. 2: S Morgan Burnett

Sunday, Feb. 3: CB Jarrett Bush

Monday, Feb. 4: WR Randall Cobb

Tuesday, Feb. 5: TE Tom Crabtree

JARRETT BOYKIN, WIDE RECEIVER

Season stats: 10 games, five receptions, 27 yards, zero touchdowns; four special teams tackles, three missed tackles

Best game: Week 9 win over Arizona (season-high 24 snaps; two targets, two receptions, seven yards, four yards after catch; minus-0.4 PFF offense rating)

Worst game: Week 15 win at Chicago (five snaps, zero targets; one special teams missed tackle; minus-1.0 PFF special teams rating)

ProFootballFocus.com season rating: Minus-1.5 offense rating (second-worst among Packers wide receivers; better than only Donald Driver); minus-1.5 special teams rating (fourth-worst among Packers special teams players)

Expectations at the start of the season: Low

Expectations were ... Met

Looking live: Boykin's NFL career began in May 2012 with the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he lasted only three days before being waived. A week later, Boykin signed with Green Bay after a successful tryout during rookie orientation camp. Throughout the early parts of training camp, Boykin was just another face in a crowded practice among other relatively unknown players. His chances of making the regular-season roster were very slim, as he was ranked well below holdovers Tori Gurley and Diondre Borel on the depth chart. As preseason games began, Boykin was playing well and started to turn some heads with two five-catch performances. It was in Boykin's preseason finale that he secured his spot on the roster with five receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown. Boykin had surpassed Gurley and Borel and earned his spot on a team that was crowded at the wide receiver position. As expected, Boykin didn't get much playing time in the regular season.