4. Chandon Sullivan
Chandon Sullivan spent his first year in the league as an undrafted rookie with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018, where he played five games. He was later waived and signed with the Packers last season with a chance to make the 53-man roster. After making the team, Sullivan provided important depth to the Packers secondary.
He finished the season playing in all 16 games with one interception. When Tramon Williams’ contract expired after last season, the Packers did not bring him back. Williams was an important leader in the locker room, but they didn’t necessarily need him anymore. Sullivan will be taking Williams’ spot as the slot corner this year and they have full confidence in him and for good reason.
He has the confidence of Jaire Alexander and Kevin King too. Both have voiced support for Sullivan taking over for Williams. If Sullivan can play to his potential, the Packers could have one of the best secondaries in the league.
Alexander and King could both make arguments to be considered CB1s, then add in Adrian Amos and Darnell Savage as the safeties, and they are set. I think Sullivan will have a good chance to break out and make a big impact on this Packers defense this season.