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Trivia Time

With mini-camp approaching in a few days, the Packers' late-round draft picks know that they have to make the most of their "days in the sun" or they won't be around come fall. Will any of them be the stuff that future trivia quizzes are made of? Only time will tell. In the meantime, take our trivia quiz to find out how much you know about past late-rounders who stuck around.<p>

1. Name the 13th round pick in 1961 who led the 1966 Super Bowl I champion Packers with 10 touchdowns.

A. Carroll Dale

B. Elijah Pitts

C. Doug Hart

D. Bart Starr

2. Name the 11th round pick in 1963 who played in Super Bowls I and II for the Packers and made one catch for 27 yards for the Dolphins in Super Bowl VI.

A. Max McGee

B. Boyd Dowler

C. Forrest Gregg

D. Marv Fleming

3. Name the 20th round pick in 1964 who was a member of four league or conference championship teams in his first six seasons in the league.

A. Ken Bowman

B. Lionel Aldridge

C. Bill Curry

D. Bob Long

4. Name the 12th round pick in the 1973 draft who went on to play 12 seasons with the team and make two Pro Bowls.

A. Larry McCarren

B. Gale Gillingham

C. Scott Hunter

D. Jim Carter

5. Name the eighth round pick in 1977 who led the team in passing in 1978 and 1979.

A. Lynn Dickey

B. David Whitehurst

C. Carlos Brown

D. Dennis Sproul


1. B, Elijah Pitts. The Philander Smith product went on to score 35 total touchdowns for the Packers between 1961 and 1969 and in 1971. Not bad for the 180th overall pick of the 1961 draft.

2. D, Marv Fleming. The Packers used the 184th overall pick in 1963 and the Utah product went on to play on five teams that eventually won Super Bowls.

3. C, Bill Curry. After being the 279th pick in 1964, Curry was a part of championship teams in Green Bay and Baltimore.

4. A, Larry McCarren. "The Rock" may be the greatest late-round steal in franchise history this side of Starr. Despite being the 308th selection in 1973, McCarren went on to become one of the great centers in club history.

5. B, David Whitehurst. The 206th choice in 1977 draft was pressed into service because of injuries in 1978 and 1979 and threw for 4,293 yards and 20 touchdowns.

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