Packers: Three questions on offense at training camp

DETROIT, MI - DECEMBER 31: Brett Hundley
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Green Bay Packers fourth-round pick J'Mon Moore
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2. Which rookie wide receiver will make the biggest impact?

Last year, the Packers decided to get younger at running back, replacing Eddie Lacy, James Starks and Christine Michael with three Day 3 draft selections: Jamaal Williams, Aaron Jones and Devante Mays. Williams and Jones, along with Ty Montgomery, all impressed in the Packers’ new-look backfield.

New general manager Brian Gutekunst has taken a similar approach at wide receiver this offseason. The Packers released Jordy Nelson in March, freeing up cap room, and selected three wide receivers on the draft’s final day: J’Mon Moore, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown.

These three receivers bring different skill sets to Green Bay, but they have a few things in common. They are all at least six-foot-three, all ran a 40-yard dash in 4.49 seconds or faster (J’Mon Moore ran a 4.49 at his Pro Day after a disappointing 4.6 at the combine), and they are all great athletes.

They all have talent and potential, and each player has a great chance to make the 53-man roster. But which of these three receivers will make the biggest impact at training camp? Could one of Moore, Valdes-Scantling or St. Brown earn a starting job? Geronimo Allison is the frontrunner to be the Packers’ number three receiver, but he will have competition for the job.