3. Trevor Davis, Wide Receiver
Everything that applies to Michael Clark can apply for Trevor Davis.
After being selected out of the University of California in the fifth round of the 2016 draft, Davis’ stay with the Packers is going to be a short one. The speedster hasn’t proven to be reliable and has questionable hands at best. In two seasons with Green Bay, he’s only caught eight balls for 94 yards and one touchdown.
His job as the team’s primary punt and kick returner is also in jeopardy with the addition of Alexander. Fortunately, that might end his time fair-catching punts inside the 10-yard line.
Davis will have one last opportunity this summer to prove himself worthy of a roster spot, but unless the Packers are going to take an unruly amount of receivers into the season, he appears to another odd man out.