40. WR Amari Rodgers
Rodgers struggled last season but still has a ton of potential, having been selected in the third round only a year ago.
39. S Dallin Leavitt
A recent signing by Green Bay, Leavitt boosts the special teams but can also provide cover on defense.
38. S Shawn Davis
Currently the frontrunner for the top backup job at safety, Davis has made a solid start to the summer.
37. CB Keisean Nixon
Another free-agent addition to help the special teams. Nixon played under Rich Bisaccia in Las Vegas and immediately boosts the special teams, while also backing up the top cornerbacks on defense.
36. QB Jordan Love
Love has made a promising start to the summer. If he can build on this with a strong preseason, it won’t be long before he’s rising up these rankings.
35. ILB Krys Barnes
While Barnes has fallen down the depth chart following the arrival of Quay Walker, he still has plenty to offer the Packers, especially on special teams.
34. P Pat O’Donnell
Don’t underestimate the signing of O’Donnell, who has experience punting and holding in frozen conditions. He has shown his talent at training camp.
33. OL Sean Rhyan
Rhyan could eventually be a starting guard for many years, but whether he is a starter this season remains to be seen.
32. OL Zach Tom
Fellow rookie Tom has a great shot at landing a starting job. He can play all five positions and has regularly lined up with the first-team offense at tackle this summer.
31. DT T.J. Slaton
Slaton is often overlooked when discussing the Packers’ deep defensive line, but his impressive play at training camp should make people rethink that.