Geronimo Allison has been a depth WR for the Packers since he was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2016. With Jordy Nelson’s departure, there’s a huge void opposite of Davante Adams on the outside. Allison has stepped in on occasion and has had a few good games, so he’s currently the default incumbent for the position. However, the Packers did draft three WRs in April, and fourth-round pick J’Mon Moore is a guy standing out who has a chance to beat out Allison and earn that starting job.
Moore has a body type similar to Adams, but he’s taller. He can make back-shoulder throws in the end zone, can create vertical separation, and is somewhat dangerous after the catch. With traits like these, Rodgers might be able to mold him into a receiver he can work with.
Keep an eye on this training camp battle, because whoever ends up on the outside opposite Adams is a guy worth targeting as a flier later in your drafts. Rodgers can make anyone relevant, and he’s had a lot of success throwing to the outside. Just don’t assume it’ll be Geronimo!