1. Cole Madison
Even if the former Washington State right tackle is moved to guard he still has a great chance to play in his first season. Madison is a dynamic lineman and is exactly what Green Bay looks for from the guys up front.
Madison has surprisingly quick feet for a 6-foot-5 314-pound guy, which makes me think he has a fighting chance to remain at tackle. Green Bay may need him there early on given the probability Bryan Bulaga will not be ready at the start of the season as he recovers from a late-season ACL injury.
Either way, Madison has winnable match-ups at both positions. He will likely be going up against Justin McCray and Lucas Patrick for starting right guard and Jason Spriggs and Kyle Murphy for the temporary tackle opening.
Madison possesses the necessary quickness and hand placeness, but his lower body will need to get stronger in order to show he’s dependable. An NFL offseason weightlifting program should help with that.