Running back (3)
Aaron Jones, AJ Dillon, Lew Nichols III
Running back is one of Green Bay's strengths. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon could see an increase in opportunities as the Packers adjust their offense to Jordan Love. It's important to take pressure off their young quarterback whenever possible, and that can be achieved by running the football.
The Packers have two running backs capable of leading the backfield, and they added more depth by drafting Lew Nichols III. He will face competition for the No. 3 job from Patrick Taylor and Tyler Goodson, but Nichols has the ability to contribute right away and has a good shot at making the roster.
Wide receiver (6)
Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs, Jayden Reed, Samori Toure, Dontayvion Wicks, Grant DuBose
The Packers' new-look wide receiver corps is incredibly exciting but inexperienced.
Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs, and Samori Toure were draft picks last year. The Packers added Jayden Reed, Dontayvion Wicks, and Grant DuBose in last month's draft.
Watson showed star potential in year one and Doubs also impressed. Toure's name keeps getting brought up by Matt LaFleur, a sign he is part of their plans in 2023.
Reed should be an instant starter in the slot. Wicks has great size and athleticism and is a big-play threat. DuBose is another excellent athlete and will be a player to watch over the summer.