2. J’Mon Moore
At nearly 6-foot-3, he’s an extremely physically imposing receiver who had huge seasons during the final two years at Missouri. Let’s just say he hauled in a ton of passes and a ton of touchdowns.
The bad news is he ran a very slow 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine, but coaches have consistently said he plays much faster than that during games. The Packers will need him to play much faster, as they have severely lacked speed at their skill positions over the years. It’s become so bad that it’s very noticeable on television.
Moore has the perfect opportunity to put his talent on display during training camp and gain immediate rapport with Aaron Rodgers. If he’s able to do so, he could see plenty of time on the field at the outside receiver spot opposite Adams.