3. J’Mon Moore
The first of three wide receivers selected by the Packers this offseason, I believe J’Mon Moore has a great chance to become a starter early in his career. Davante Adams had high praise for Moore last month, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN, and many have drawn comparisons between the two players. Moore and Adams could soon be the Packers’ starting receivers on the outside, which is why the fourth-round pick is one of the players to watch at training camp.
2. Josh Jackson
It was a surprise that Josh Jackson fell to the second round, but Brian Gutekunst won’t mind one bit. The Packers desperately needed help at cornerback, and Jackson could easily have been the team’s choice in the first round. Jackson made an impressive eight interceptions last season — can his ball-hawking skills translate to the next level? I’m really interested to see how the rookie corners perform at training camp.
1. Jaire Alexander
On that note, it’s perhaps no surprise Jaire Alexander is top of this list. Alexander was the Packers’ first-round selection, and they even traded up to get him. Alexander has all the tools to become an excellent cornerback in the NFL, but will be earn a starting job right away? A strong training camp would almost certainly secure a starting spot in Mike Pettine’s defense for Week 1. Both Alexander and Jackson are the top two players to watch this summer.