Not even a question
#1 De’Vondre Campbell. After 5 contests he is on pace for 163Tackles 7INT 10PD and 3FR. Continuing anywhere near that pace would place him arguably as one of just several of the NFL’s top LB’s. What’s more incredible is @$2mil, he’s one of the lowest paid LB’s leaguewide. 40 ILB have a higher salary than Campbell. The guy is everywhere all the time.
#2 Royce Newman (4th Round) Ironically, Coming out of the SEC his draft comparable was Billy Turner (3rd round). Much due to them both being position diversified. Newman has significant experience at RT and plenty of Size and speed to transition, if needed. A late 4th rounder coming in and winning a starting spot protecting Aaron Rodgers day 1? That’s huge. He’s barely even Pro- acclimated and yet he’s playing like a 2-3 year veteran. The RT thing? That’s just icing and at either position, he’s nowhere close to his ceiling.
#3 Corey Bojorquez. Last year he led the NFL in net punting average (50.8). That’s NET! #4 in the history of the NFL. The Packers took notice and ever so quietly switched their 2023 6th rounder for a 2023 7th rounder to acquire him. He kicks left footed.. but his appearance in GB is right on time.
To put his leg strength into perspective, He recorded an 80 yard punt in H.S. and a 70 yarder for the Rams that rolled out of bounds inside the 1 yard line. He already kicked one from our Endzone that was caught at the opposing 38 for near zero return due to hang time. JK couldn’t do that with 5 tries and a slight backwind.
Corey’s leg strength is ideal for colder weather and his best is yet to come. Corey being a Minister of the Lord means he’ll never be the guy who “doesn’t have a prayer” and he’s a blessing in disguise.