6. Equanimeous St. Brown
Third-year wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown must be desperate to get back on the field. After missing all of last season, he’s now had to wait even longer due to there being no offseason program. What the time will have done is help him recover from the injury that forced him out of the 2019 season.
The Packers need help at wide receiver. They signed Devin Funchess in March, but he’s opted out of the 2020 season. EQ is the only “addition” from last year and he has the potential to make an impact. St. Brown could be a star of the summer, showing the Packers what they missed last season.
5. Allen Lazard
Allen Lazard stepped up and became a key contributor in Green Bay’s passing game last season. Still only 24 years old but now with valuable regular-season experience, Lazard could make a jump this year. He enters the new season with a great opportunity to establish his role as the number two wide receiver.
His development will be crucial for the Packers offense to improve. Lazard showed his talent last year, but he could be even better in 2020. Lazard could begin to show signs of that during practice this summer, making him one of the top candidates for the training camp MVP award this year.