5. Trevor Davis
Trevor Davis is already off to a great start in camp. He caught a couple of long-balls on Day 1 from Aaron Rodgers and looks to carry that momentum throughout the rest of the summer.
Davis was a fifth round pick out of the University of California just a couple of years ago in 2016. Since then, fans have been enamored with his speed and the potential to stretch defenses. Unfortunately, Davis hasn’t been able to do much of anything on the field, accruing only eight receptions for 94 yards and one touchdown in his two-year career.
Davis has a tougher road to make the 53-man roster this season given the three rookies brought in at his position. However, he should hold a slight advantage over them considering his familiarity with the offense. It would be a great story for Davis to finally take a leap in his third year and become a contributor on the field. Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, let’s see if he can maintain his momentum in camp.