Each week, I will ask for questions via Twitter with the hashtag #PackersMail and then will deliver the answers over the weekend.Rajion Neal, the undrafted rookie from Tennessee, has not gotten a lot of opportunities in team periods. However, even if he had, it's tough to tell much about any running back in practices without pads. We'll get a much better feel for Neal in August, when the pads come on. Also, because the Packers won't want to expose Eddie Lacy, James Starks and DuJuan Harris to much hitting, expect Neal to get a fair amount of work in the preseason games. Jared Abbrederis could be the sleeper in the Packers' draft. Not that I don't think second-round receiver Davante Adams could make an impact, but Abbrederis could find a home as a slot receiver, which would free up Randall Cobb to move around more. Evan Dietrich-Smith's best attribute is that he's a fighter; he goes hard all the time, so much so that the Packers were concerned about his ability to hold up with that style over the course of an entire season. Physically, however, EDS has his limitations, and they often show up in the running game.