Top 5 Packers Players To Watch In Training Camp 2020

Perri Goldstein gives five players she'll be watching closely when camp arrives. 

Perri gives us her Top 5 players she's most looking forward to seeing at training camp. 

Be sure to listen to Perri and her co-host Maggie Loney on Pack's What She Said every week. 

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TheVOR's picture

June 03, 2020 at 09:10 am

Interesting list. Agree on Josh Jackson, that dude in his rookie season seemed like a sky's the limit player, and he's just disappeared. Everyone wants a jump out of Keke, but I fear its more because we so desperately need it, than because he was showing much of anything to indicate he'll make that jump. I always refer to that as looking optimistically for the jump that is sometimes baseless as to past performance. With DL it usually takes a few years, so we can only hope. We really need him to make that dreaded potential pan out. I'm just not sure I saw anything. St. Brown, again, a guy you can only hope can contribute, he in fact did show rookie promise, and then had some bad luck with the ankle.

As good a list as any, I'm wanting to see Funchess and Begelton, and Wagner, they have big opportunities, and it's hardly like we couldn't use the help. St. Brown has a decent advantage in having played with Rodgers, but these two guys can really secure the position. That room is going to be very interesting and competitive this season.

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Stroh's picture

June 03, 2020 at 01:10 pm

Jackson looked as bad as a rookie as he did last year. He got hype pre draft and in college butit was a paper house, built on terrible Big 10 QB and WR play.

Hornibrook and TJ Barrett accounted for 5 his INTs. He's terrible, always has been.

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TheVOR's picture

June 03, 2020 at 02:04 pm

We'll find out, I thought the picks he made in his rookie preseason showed instincts, but to point it was preseason. I'd really hate to think the dude was yet another bust, but entirely possible.

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June 04, 2020 at 12:32 am

Well, the professional scouts who thought Jackson was a legitimate Day 2 pick disagree with you. Bleacher Report, Walter Football saw him as a first rounder. NFL.com thought he was the best remaining value after Day 1. And of course, Green Bay’s own scouting department thought he was pretty good. I’m inclined to think that they’re all right, and you are not.

All the guys in front of him stayed healthy and played well. That’s why he wasn’t on the field much.

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June 03, 2020 at 10:12 am

MVS needs a big rebound. Looking forward to see Begelton compete and win a job. I know it’s probably a long shot but you never know.

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Packers2020's picture

June 03, 2020 at 10:50 am

Don't forget Rashan Gary. He is a 12th overall pick.

He needs to make a huge jump this year. If he does not, you can consider him a possible bust since a 12th overall pick should be a starter in their 2nd year and most of the time their 1st year.

I also would like to see Savage take a big jump at Safety. He has the talent and the skillset. Here's hoping…..

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Archie's picture

June 03, 2020 at 11:02 am

I was against the Jackson pick from the git-go based on his Combine performance - just did not seem fluid enuff for NFL secondary. Not to mention he was a square peg in a round hole with this defense. He was a zone guy in college and with his stiffness, making the switch to man is probably asking too much. For both reasons, I was quite surprised Gute bit on him as he fell out of R1 & into R2. Would love to be proven wrong and agree, this could be his last camp in GB if he doesn't look like a new man this summer.

But I always love Packer analyses from both Perri and Maggie. Keep it coming girls and Go Pack Go!

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June 03, 2020 at 07:53 pm

Ty Summers May be the diamond in the rough , he said his goal was to start this year , I hope he makes that jump .

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June 03, 2020 at 10:26 pm

I believe Jace Sterberger must make the biggest impact. So he's #1. I'm going with Sullivan Cb next.#2. The next one has to be Lowrey. He must show more! #3. I'm going with Wagner. Replacing Bulaga is so important! #4. And Finally I'm still in Summers Corner. #5

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