6. AJ Dillon, RB
With more carries on offer now that Jamaal Williams is gone, second-year running back AJ Dillon needs to make the most of his opportunities. He did that throughout his rookie season, most notably rushing for 124 yards and two touchdowns against the Tennessee Titans, the only time he was given a featured role.
It’s now on Dillon to improve his pass protection and receiving. If he can tick those boxes, expect a breakout season.
5. Amari Rodgers, WR
The Packers desperately needed to draft a wide receiver who is strong after the catch, and they agreed, trading up for Amari Rodgers in the third round.
Often compared to Randall Cobb, will Rodgers be involved with the first-team offense early on or begin his NFL career in a backup role? Will Rodgers be the top choice in the return game? Where will LaFleur have Rodgers line up the most?
Rodgers is an exciting player and it will be interesting to see how he performs this summer.
4. Josh Myers, C
Josh Myers is the frontrunner to replace All-Pro Corey Linsley at center, not an easy task. The second-round pick has the talent to become a good starting center, but is he ready to start in Week 1 like Linsley did seven years ago?
Myers will need to play well this summer to secure the starting job in Week 1.