Free Agents Add to Rookie Class

The Packers' 11-player draft class is fortified with one Combine performer (Jake Stoneburner) and some of the players who had pre-draft visits in Green Bay.

The Green Bay Packers have signed at least nine undrafted free agents, sources have told Packer Report and other outlets.

— Ryan Roberson, FB, Texas: After opening his career at linebacker, he spent his final three seasons at fullback. He carried eight times for 33 yards and caught 10 passes for 46 yards in his career. Roberson (6-0, 240) ran in 4.88 with a 33.5-inch vertical and 26 reps on the bench at pro day.

— Damond Smith, CB, South Alabama: (Tryout) Smith (5-11, 181) spent his first two seasons at Western Michigan. He played in four games for the Jaguars in 2011 before being suspended indefinitely. He did not play in 2012.

— Cedrick Moore, S, Stony Brook: (Tryout) Moore started all 13 games as a senior with 85 tackles and three tackles for losses. He had three interceptions in 2010 and redshirted in 2011. He ran 4.49 with 38-inch vertical at pro day.

— James Winchester, LS, Oklahoma (Tryout): At 210 pounds, he's undersized but he's an impressive athlete with a 4.58 and 38-inch vertical to go with 15 reps on the bench.

- Ryan McMahon, S, Sacramento State: (Tryout) Taking part at Azusa Pacific's pro day, with tackle Luke Marquardt drawing plenty of scouts, McMahon impressed with a 4.44 in the 40, 38-inch vertical and 14 reps on the bench. He spent his first two seasons at USC and was honorable mention all-Big Sky in 2012, with his 97 tackles including 1.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for losses. He forced two fumbles and picked off one pass.

From Saturday:

— Lane Taylor, G, Oklahoma State: We talked to him after his pre-draft visit.

— Matt Brown, QB, Illinois State: We talked to him after his pre-draft visit.

— Ben Ericksen, S, Illinois State: Ericksen (6-1, 194) ran 4.42 with 36.5-inch vertical at pro day. He earned All-America honors with seven interceptions. He played receiver his first two seasons and averaged 27.0 yards per kickoff return as a sophomore.

— Patrick Lewis, C, Texas A&M: Had pre-draft visit with the Packers. Lewis (6-1, 311) ran 5.28 with 29-inch vertical and 25 reps at pro day. He started his first two seasons at guard before running the Aggies' no-huddle the past two seasons as their center.

— Andy Mulumba, OLB/DE, Eastern Michigan: Mulumba (6-3, 260) pre-draft visit with the Packers. Ran 4.80 with 36-inch vertical and 23 reps at pro day. The native of Montreal, who is expected to be one of the top picks in the CFL Draft next week, had one sack and seven tackles for losses as a senior.

— Angelo Pease, RB, Kansas State: Pease (5-10, 201) ran 4.50 with 32-inch vertical and 25 reps at pro day. In two seasons, he carried 96 times for 477 yards and two touchdowns and caught seven passes for 44 yards and another score.

— Gilbert Pena, DT, Mississippi: Pena (6-3, 330) ran 5.47 with 24-inch vertical and 23 reps at pro day. Had 6.5 tackles for losses as a senior. Pena quit football for four years to help his family so is significantly older than most rookies.

— Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State: Stoneburner (6-3, 252) ran 4.53 at pro day, better than at the Combine, where he ran 4.62 with a 34.5-inch vertical and 18 reps. He finished his career with 53 receptions, 714 yards and 13 touchdowns. As a senior, he played a receiver/tight end hybrid. He interviewed with the Packers at the Combine. "It was pretty cool. I wouldn't say it was generic but they got to sit down and got to know you as a player, know you and your family and kinda ask you a little bit about yourself. It was pretty cool."

— Jeremy Vujnovich, OT, Louisiana College: (Tryout) Vujnovich (6-5, 290) is an intriguing target. The Division III standout ran in 4.87 with 35 reps on the bench.

— Myles White, WR, Louisiana Tech: White (6-1, 182) ran 4.42 with 37.5-inch vertical at pro day. He caught 56 passes for 718 yards and six touchdowns as a senior. He spent 2009 at Michigan State.

— Devin Willis, CB, Northern Arizona: (Tryout) A product of prep powerhouse Miami Northwestern, Willis intercepted one pass and broke up six others as a senior.

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