Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, Davante Adams, Geronimo Allison, Malachi Dupre, Deangelo Yancey
The Packers have the deepest and most complete unit of the bunch. Nelson is the picture of the consistency and he is what players such as Diggs and Tate strive to be. He bounced back from a torn ACL to have a 1,200 yard, 14 touchdown season. He does not have burner speed, but he can create separation downfield. He also has reliable hands and size making him a great red zone threat and short-area target.
Cobb struggles to create separation on his own, especially down the field, but when he gets the ball in his hands, he can find space. Adams is a big target who caught for 12 touchdowns last season. He is strong at creating separation off of the line and is beginning to become a favorite target of Rodgers.
Allison, Dupre, and Yancey are all question marks, and all in their first two seasons. However, all three are big-play threats who come from schools with a bad quarterback. They have the right size, and athleticism and when thrust into the offense, any could be big play threats, who can open the field for players such as Cobb.