The Packers have not announced any signings. All names are either from Packer Report's sources or reported by reliable media outlets.
WR Diondre Borel, Utah State: Borel was a three-year starter at quarterback, with 6,698 yards, 36 touchdowns and 27 interceptions. At just 6-foot, a source confirmed that Borel will make the move to receiver, a position he played as a freshman. He ran 4.50 at his pro day.
G Ray Dominguez, Arkansas: From his official NFL profile, which was given to Packer Report before the draft:
One of the most experienced linemen on the team, boasting 33 starting assignments during his 41 games as a Razorback. Dominguez teamed with bookend offensive tackle DeMarcus Love to provide stellar protection as Arkansas skill position players set 24 game and season records in 2010.
With those two protecting the edge, UA produced their first 3,000-yard passer and 1,000-yard rusher in the same season, as Ryan Mallett established a school season-record with 3,869 aerial yards and Knile Davis ran for 1,322 yards, the fourth-highest season total by an Arkansas ball carrier. His ability to sustain blocks and protect the pocket saw UA lead the Southeastern Conference in passing for each of the last two seasons.
FB Jon Hoese, Minnesota: A two-year starter and all-Big Ten academic performer, Hoese (6-2, 238) carried 19 times for 53 yards and caught 12 passes for 97 yards as a senior. The former walk-on ran a 4.78 at his pro day with 25 reps on the bench.
NT Eli Joseph, Temple: Joseph (6-2, 290), a nose tackle in Temple's 3-4 scheme, probably is too small to play nose in the NFL. It's not for lack of strength, though. He put up a stunning 43 reps on the 225-pound bench at his pro day. A former 185-pound high school tight end, Joseph was a first-team MAC academic selection.
ILB Peanut Joseph, Temple: Joseph, the twin brother of Eli, was Temple's leading tackler until suffering a season-ending knee injury in November. He put up 31 reps on the bench at his pro day but was unable to run. Joseph (6-1, 243) was a second-team all-MAC choice.
OLB Jamari Lattimore, Middle Tennessee State: Lattimore (6-2, 230) was the Sun Belt's defensive player of the year after tying new teammate Erik Walden's school record with 11.5 sacks. He ran a 4.71 at his pro day.
OLB Vic So'Oto, BYU: So'Oto (6-3, 265) played end for the Cougars but probably will join Lattimore in making the transition to outside linebacker. He had five sacks as a senior. He put up 35 reps on the bench with a 4.68 40 at his pro day. So'Oto arrived on campus as a tight end and played some linebacker in 2008 before his season ended with a broken leg.
CB Brandian Ross, Youngstown State: Ross was one of our pre-draft exclusives after he visited Green Bay.
RB Brandon Saine, Ohio State: Saine (5-11, 220) has the size the Packers covet at the position. He's a downhill runner with good hands. He played all four seasons, with his career-high 337 yards as a senior pushing his total to 1,408. He ran 4.43 at the Combine, making him the seventh-fastest of the 34 backs in Indy.
G Theo Sherman, James Madison: Sherman was one of our pre-draft exclusives after an on-campus workout. He played left tackle in college but the Packers like him at guard.
WR Kerry Taylor, Arizona State: Taylor (6-0, 196) played in 46 of 49 possible games in four seasons, making 20 starts. For his career, he caught 112 passes for 1,433 yards (12.8 avg.) and seven touchdowns over his career. Sure-handed and tough, he's the nephew of former 49ers star John Taylor. He ran 4.51 at his pro day.
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