2. Breakout season coming for Packers defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt
It still makes no sense why the Packers gave Dean Lowry a starting role ahead of Devonte Wyatt last season. Wyatt impressed almost every time he was on the field.
He gets his opportunity this season, and Packers fans should be excited about last year's first-round pick.
Wyatt has been one of the Packers' most impressive players at training camp, and that continued on Saturday at Family Night.
"Devonte Wyatt's impressive camp continues. Just beat Josh Myers with a bullrush for what would have been a sack on Jordan Love," writes Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
The Packers will hope Wyatt can make a second-year jump like Kenny Clark did in 2017. Clark made only two starts in his rookie year but finished the season strong. He dominated in year two, making 4.5 sacks, six quarterback hits, and two forced fumbles.
Wyatt can do something similar. He is stacking success at every practice, which is a great sign as he prepares for a significant role in Joe Barry's defense this season.
Green Bay's defensive line should make significant improvements after a disappointing few seasons, and Wyatt will have a key role to play. He is a player to watch when the preseason begins.