Jaire Alexander, Cornerback
The Packers selected Jaire Alexander in the first round after playing musical trades with fans emotions. In doing so, they landed a cornerback that can play bigger than his size and plays the ball with authority.
Alexander was injured near midway of 2017 and if he had stayed healthy, he would have been picked inside the top 10. He was selected to come in to contribute right away with his ball-hawking tendencies, his incredible speed, and his physicality playing much bigger than 5-foot-10.
New defensive coordinator Mike Pettine should have Alexander in most of his schemes relying upon one on one coverages. He is already impressing in rookie minicamp by breaking up handfuls of passes already. Just wait until he gets pads on and will show he is just as good in run defense as well.