1. Tim Boyle, Quarterback
Tim Boyle tops this list and not because of the production he had in college, but because of the moves made to give him a shot on this roster. When Boyle was signed as an undrafted free agent, it gave the Packers four quarterbacks; Aaron Rodgers, Brett Hundley, DeShone Kizer, Joe Callahan and Boyle. Callahan showed promise last season, but was cut to make room for Boyle. Even though it was reported Callahan’s team asked for that, it doesn’t mean the Packers had to request it.
Boyle started as a true freshman at Connecticut during his freshman season way back in 2013. Unfortunately, he struggled to the tune of one touchdown and 13 interceptions during his three years at UConn.
He then transferred to Eastern Kentucky and, after sitting out for a year, threw for 2,134 yards, 11 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. Still not overly impressive.
However, he does possess the necessary size at 6-foot-3 and 232 pounds and arm strength to play quarterback in the NFL. Unfortunately, he hasn’t shown any actual ability on the field and Green Bay is simply taking a gamble on him based on his theoretic ability to transfer his skills to the game.