“There’s nothing wrong with having a go-to guy (like Davante) who’s that dynamic and trying to find ways to get him the ball, but I think obviously we need complementary pieces in place,” Rodgers said. “I think [Marquez Valdes-Scantling] has had a fantastic spring and really stepped up as a guy who can be an every-down player.”
Related players: Geronimo Allison
Heading into 2019, it was Geronimo Allison who was believed to be the Packer's WR2 after an impressive 2018 campaign where he was on pace for a 76-catch, 1156-yard, eight-touchdown output before being sidelined with a groin/core muscle injury. It will be interesting to see how the rest of camp plays out for this talented WR corps as different guys begin to fight for their place on the depth chart.
Valdes-Scantling is currently being drafted as WR61, leaving boards in the 14th round in redraft leagues and WR63 with a 13th-round ADP in best-ball formats. Allison's ADP is six rounds earlier in redraft as WR37 and three rounds sooner in best-ball leagues as the 52nd WR being selected. Both wideouts present solid value and could see their draft spots climb as training camp rolls on.