Packers: Top 50 players power rankings entering 2022 season

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Power ranking the Packers’ top 50 players ahead of the 2022 season.

Training camp is a week old, and there have been plenty of interesting talking points for the Green Bay Packers.

From Romeo Doubs’ dream start to the dominant play of the defense, there are plenty of positives for the Packers so far.

Green Bay enters 2022 with one of the deepest rosters in the NFL. This list highlights it.

With preseason just around the corner, let’s rank the Packers’ top 50 players.

50. WR Samori Toure

Toure impressed during the offseason program and has an opportunity to make the 53-man roster. He will need to back up his good work in the preseason.

49. TE Tyler Davis

Davis earned praise from general manager Brian Gutekunst earlier this year and looks set to be part of the Packers’ roster as a backup tight end.

48. CB Rico Gafford

One of the biggest surprises from camp so far, Gafford has done a bit of everything. He has impressed at cornerback and also spent time returning kicks and as a gunner on special teams. A player to watch.

47. EDGE Jonathan Garvin

Garvin has been a solid backup edge rusher for the Packers, but he faces plenty of competition for a roster spot.

46. RB Tyler Goodson

Undrafted free agent Goodson has made an impressive start to the summer, showing his ability as both a runner and receiver. Don’t be surprised if he’s the RB3 to start the season.

45. EDGE Kingsley Enagbare

A fifth-round pick with the opportunity to become the EDGE3 this season. Enagbare has plenty of pass-rush potential, but has a lot of work to do.

44. RB Kylin Hill

Hill was Green Bay’s RB3 last year before suffering a season-ending injury. He will aim to win that job again once he’s cleared to return.

43. OL Jake Hanson

Hanson’s first two seasons in the league were disappointing, but he has been working with the starting offensive line regularly through training camp. It’s now up to Hanson to keep hold of a starting job once injured linemen return.

42. TE Josiah Deguara

A big season ahead for Deguara, the Packers’ third-round pick in 2020. Now is the time to show why he deserves more opportunities on offense.

41. CB Shemar Jean-Charles

Jean-Charles has made a fast start to training camp and should enter 2022 as the top backup in the slot.