15. JC Tretter, OL
Versatility is his calling card as evidenced by the fourth-year veteran’s ability to fill in at left tackle for the injured David Bakhtiari in the Wildcard round of the playoffs where he played an instrumental role in keeping Washington’s pass rush at bay.
Tretter’s agility and footwork combined with his aggressive nature make him an invaluable trench warrior that can come off the bench and blend in seamlessly with the starting unit.
This jack-of-all-trades lineman has a bright future ahead and is probably champing at the bit to be a regular every-down starter. Tretter is slated to become a free agent following the conclusion of the upcoming season.
14. Davante Adams, WR
Last year at this time, Adams would have easily ranked in the top-10, but his star has dramatically faded over the course of his 2015 campaign due in part to errant route running that often resulted in him not being on the same page with Aaron Rodgers.
The former second-round pick barely caught 50-percent of his targets (53.2 to be exact) in 2015 while dropping six passes. Those numbers look a whole lot worse when you consider that he scored only one touchdown and failed to crack the 500-yard barrier.
The coaching staff hasn’t given up on the young veteran just yet, but the clock is ticking on No. 17. If he doesn’t show immediate improvement, he may need to step aside and make room for another of Green Bay’s promising wideouts.
In all fairness to Adams, he did battle through an assortment of ankle and knee injuries, which can help explain his pronounced sophomore slump.
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