The Packers revealed their UDFA class on Friday. Here are the players who will try to take the long way to making Green Bay’s roster.
- Curtis Bolton, LB (Oklahoma)
- Matt Eaton, WR (Iowa State)
- Kabion Ento, CB (Colorado)
- Javien Hamilton, CB (Ole Miss)
- Davis Koppenhaver, TE (Duke)
- Yosh Nijman, T (Virginia Tech)
- Randy Ramsey, LB (Arkansas)
- Greg Roberts, LB (Baylor)
- Nydair Rouse, CB (West Chester)
- Manny Wilkins, QB (Arizona State)
- Larry Williams, G (Oklahoma State)
The three linebackers join seventh-round pick Ty Summers in adding to Green Bay’s defensive second level depth. Bolton was a one-year starter at Oklahoma, with Ramsey having been a two-season starter at Temple. Ramsey also saw action on the Owls’ defensive line. A 26-game Baylor starter, Roberts received a $7K signing bonus and $65K base salary guarantee, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports (on Twitter).
Wilkins was the Sun Devils’ starting quarterback for three seasons. Joining Aaron Rodgers, DeShone Kizer and 2018 UDFA Tim Boyle, Wilkins represents the Packers’ only offseason QB addition. In addition to throwing 52 touchdown passes in three seasons, Wilkins rushed for 20 TDs and gained 1,035 yards on the ground.