NASHVILLE — The Green Bay Packers picked up four players on Day 3 of the NFL Draft on Saturday, April 27.
The Packers went back to the defensive side of the ball with their first pick of Day 3 of the draft, adding Texas A&M lineman Kingsley Keke on Saturday’s fifth round.
The 6-foot-2, 288-pound Keke, a three-year starter on the Aggies’ defensive line, was the No. 150 overall pick. He had seven sacks, 11 tackles for loss and 51 total tackles last season while starting all 13 games his senior year at defensive end.
Keke was the second consecutive Texas A&M player the Packers drafted. They took tight end Jace Sternberger with their third-round pick Friday.
Green Bay did not have a fourth-round pick after sending both their selections in that round to the Seattle Seahawks to move up in the first round on Thursday, when they took Maryland safety Darnell Savage.
In Round 6 (185th pick) Green Bay selected cornerback Ka’dar Hollman from the University of Toledo.
The Pack selected runningback Dexter Williams from University of Notre Dame in Round 6 (194th pick) in NFL Draft.
Green Bay’s final selection was linebacker Ty Summers from Texas Christian University with the 226th pick in Round 7.
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