Packers: Top 50 players power rankings entering 2022 season

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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Green Bay Packers, Eric Stokes
Green Bay Packers, Eric Stokes (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

10. CB Eric Stokes

Stokes impressed as a rookie with 14 pass defenses. He has star potential. The 2021 first-round pick is already a key player in the Packers’ secondary, but his ceiling is sky-high.

9. S Adrian Amos

Amos might be underrated by everybody else, but not here. He’s one of the top safeties in the entire NFL.

8. RB Aaron Jones

Explosive and exciting to watch, Jones remains one of the league’s best running backs, having hit over 1,000 yards from scrimmage in each of the past three seasons. He also has 40 total touchdowns in that time.

7. ILB De’Vondre Campbell

A first-team All-Pro, Campbell completely transformed the middle of the Packers’ defense last season, turning inside linebacker from a major weakness into a strength.

6. OL Elgton Jenkins

The Packers need their Pro Bowl offensive lineman back from injury. Jenkins will most likely start at right tackle when he returns, but he can play at an elite level at all five positions. Incredible.

5. T David Bakhtiari

Bakhtiari has only played one game since the end of 2020, but he is a five-time All-Pro and a dominant pass-protector. His return will give the Packers’ offense a significant boost.

4. EDGE Rashan Gary

Green Bay’s star performer so far this summer, Gary has everything you want in a pass rusher. He’s an outstanding athlete, can take on double teams, and provides consistent pressure. Oh, and he’s become a great leader.

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3. DT Kenny Clark

The Packers’ defensive line is loaded with talent, but you won’t find many better linemen than Clark, a Pro Bowler twice in the past three seasons.

2. CB Jaire Alexander

Fully healthy after missing most of last season, Alexander is already back to his brilliant best at training camp. Quarterbacks take a huge risk anytime they throw in the direction of the 2020 All-Pro and Pro Bowler.

1. QB Aaron Rodgers

Of course, it’s Rodgers at No. 1. With 85 touchdowns, just eight interceptions, and two NFL MVP awards since 2020, the future Hall-of-Famer is still playing at an insane level. Can he win a third straight MVP and lead the Packers back to the Super Bowl?