15. Devante Mays
Devante Mays had a rookie season to forget, carrying just four times all year, while recording more fumbles (two) than he did yards (one). But that was last year. Mays didn’t get much of an opportunity last season, but with Aaron Jones suspended for the first two games of 2018, the Packers could turn to Mays to provide some depth. If he can play well at training camp, it would give him a great chance of making the 53-man roster.
14. JK Scott
It was a surprise to see the Packers use a fifth-round pick on a punter, and perhaps even more surprising that Justin Vogel was released shortly after. There won’t be a training camp competition at punter, as long as JK Scott comes in and plays well right away. It will be interesting to see how well Scott performs at camp.
13. Equanimeous St. Brown
Another draft surprise was that Equanimeous St. Brown fell all the way to the sixth round. He has a lot of upside in the NFL, but will need a good summer to secure a spot on the 53-man roster. There will be competition at the wide receiver position, but St. Brown has the talent to become a key contributor on offense in the near future.