The Packers wrap up the draft on Saturday with four picks in the final rounds. Below is a breakdown of each of Green Bay’s newest additions to the roster.
150. Kingsley Keke (DT, Texas A&M)
A four star player coming out of high school, last season was Keke’s best with the Aggies. As a senior Keke registered 7.5 sacks and 11 tackles for loss. Both were career highs at Texas A&M.
At 6’3″ 288 pounds Keke dropped a good amount of weight between college and the combine. He could also make the transition from defensive tackle to defensive end because of that weight loss.
185. Ka’dar Hollman (CB, Toledo)
The Packers added to their secondary with the speedy Hollman. At Toldeo’s pro day he posted a 4.37 40 yard dash time, as well as a 39 inch vertical. Hollman is a good combination of speed and size, standing at 6’1″.
In his final year with the Rockets Hollman led the MAC with 12 pass breakups. He also racked up 42 total tackles, and an interception.
194. Dexter Williams (RB, Notre Dame)
Green Bay picked up depth in the backfield with the addition of Dexter Williams in the sixth round. Last season he averaged 110 yards per game with the Fighting Irish.
At 5’11” and 212 pounds Williams has good NFL size, and ran a 4.57 40 yard dash. While Williams had good production in his final year at Notre Dame, he should have fresh legs considering he did not make it past 40 carries in each of his first three seasons.
226. Ty Summers (LB, TCU)
The Packers addressed another need on defense with their final pick of the draft by drafting linebacker Ty Summers. The redshirt senior tested well at the combine with a 4.57 40 yard dash, and 27 reps on the bench.
Blake Martinez is set to become a free agent after next season, and Green Bay has already lost Jake ryan this offseason. Summers will help add depth to that unit that features Martinez and Oren Burks, who was drafted last year.