4. Kevin King
The Packers gave up 236.8 yards per game through the air last season, 20th in the NFL. That number may be quite misleading, however, as their secondary appeared to give up big chunks of yards due to miscommunication and lack of skill.
When Kevin King was in there, he flashed his star potential and showed he can hang with any receiver out there. At 6-foot-3, he’s tall enough to battle with the bigger receivers in the NFL and is fast enough to stick with the others.
How well the secondary plays next season will go a long way in determining how far this team goes. King will play the biggest role in that, as he may have the biggest upside of any of their trio of young corners. If he can stay healthy, he should be able to make some noise at the cornerback position next year.