Fifth-round pick Trevor Davis is the only member of the Green Bay Packers’ 2016 draft class representing the team at his year’s NFLPA Rookie Premiere.
Not that this is a big deal. A total of 41 rookies were invited to the event and all but one of them plays offense — San Diego defensive end Joey Bosa. In fact, other than Bosa, only one of them isn’t a receiver, quarterback or running back. That guy is also a Charger, tight end Hunter Henry.
Packers who have attended the event before include Eddie Lacy, Ty Montgomery, Brett Hundley and Jonathan Franklin.
What do they do here?
It’s about the business of football. In other words, how can you make money based on the fact that you play professional football?
Apparently, the NFLPA thinks only skill position players are marketable, unless they play for the Chargers.
Getting his picture taken, signing some football cards, doing some interviews and so forth.
The @packers @Trevor9Davis signing Prestige Draft Day Signatures #nflparookiepremiere #whodoyoucollect pic.twitter.com/YIDdaro9Y5
— Panini America (@PaniniAmerica) May 19, 2016
Having a great time with @PaniniAmerica !!! #nflparookiepremiere #ratedrookie #whodoyoucollect pic.twitter.com/aTWF80Eyj9
— Trevor Davis (@Trevor9Davis) May 19, 2016
Enjoyed the autograph signing with @Trevor9Davis of the @packers! Great things ahead for him! #stud #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/o1GsDjX4dP
— Carlos Torrez (@carlos_torrez70) May 19, 2016
BTS with @trevor9davis at #RookiePremiere #NFLPA #Packers pic.twitter.com/TtaZ9xAKvH
— Gina Scott (@ginascott1908) May 19, 2016
Like that sideways photo there. Good work.
It’s nice to see that Davis is bringing the high-top fade back, though.
That’s smooth as hell!