Packers Add Seven Players in 2016 NFL Draft
The NFL Draft is taking place in Chicago, and the Packers are taking part in the draft.
Here are the draft picks:
The Green Bay Packers chose Kenny Clark, Defensive Tackle, in Round One of NFL Draft.
Packers had the 27th selection in Thursday night's NFL draft.
Clark, 20-years-old, played for the UCLA Bruins.
Clark is 6 feet 3-inches tall and weighs 314 pounds.
Packers select in Round 2 Jason Spriggs, OT, from Indiana University in NFL Draft.
The Packers traded up with the Indiana Colts to take Spriggs at number 48.
He weighs 298 pounds and is 6-feet and 7-inches tall.
The Packers were originally supposed to pick number 57.
Green Bay Packers chose Kyler Fackrell, OLB, in Round 3 from Utah.
The Packers had the 88th pick in Round 3.
He is 6-feet 5-inches tall and 245 pounds.
The Packers chose Blake Martinez, LB from Stanford.
He is the 131st pick overall.
He weighs 237 pounds and is 6-feet 2-inches tall.
The Packers chose Dean Lowry, Defensive End from Northwestern, in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
He is the 137th pick overall.
He weighs 296 pounds and is 6-feet 6-inches tall.
The Packers chose Trevor Davis, WR from California.
He is the 163rd pick overall.
Davis is 6-foot-1 and weighs 188 pounds.
The Packers chose Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford, in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Murphy is 305 pounds and stands at 6-foot-6 inches tall.