3 Packers players whose stock is rising at training camp

These three players have made an impressive start to the summer.
Green Bay Packers tight end Josiah Deguara
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2. Devonte Wyatt

In Kenny Clark's rookie season, he made a quiet start but finished strong. He made a jump in year two and has since become a multi-time Pro Bowler for the Packers.

Devonte Wyatt made a quiet start to his rookie year, in part due to a lack of opportunities. He finished the season strong, and has since shown significant improvements to his game this summer. The Packers hope he can make a second-year jump as Clark did, and there's reason to be hopeful.

Wyatt has made an impressive start to training camp, most notably during Tuesday's practice.

"Wyatt's play strength was on full display in matchups against Josh Myers and Jean Delance, where both players ended up on their butts. His goal wasn't necessarily to embarrass his teammates, but he wanted to send a message," writes Brandon Carwile of Packers Wire.

Message received.

The Packers need to count on Wyatt this season, even if he isn't a Week 1 starter. Veteran starters Dean Lowry and Jarran Reed departed in free agency, opening the door for Wyatt to become a key contributor in Joe Barry's defense.

If he can build on a strong first week of camp, the Packers' defensive line is going to create a lot of problems for opposing offenses.