Patrick Williams, WR, Colorado. The 6-foot-1, 204 Williams played in 48 games. A team captain in 2008, he posted career highs in receptions (30), receiving yards (322) and touchdowns (two). He finished his career with 107 catches for 1,116 yards and three touchdowns.
Jamarko Simmons, WR, Western Michigan. The 6-2, 231-pound Simmons broke Greg Jennings' single-season records in 2008 for receiving yards (1,276) and receptions (104). He played in 47 games with a school-record 260 catches. Had 3,016 yards and 17 TDs.
Kole Heckendorf, WR, North Dakota State: Heckendorf (6-2, 191) finished with school records of 178 receptions for 2,732 yards. ADded 17 touchdowns as a four-year starter. Grew up in Mosinee, Wis.
JaRon Harris, WR, South Dakota State: Harris (6-0, 193) finished third in school history with 152 receptions for 2,241 yards. Father was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings as a running back, and Jerry Rice is a cousin.
Tyrell Sutton, RB, Northwestern: The 5-8, 213-pounder finished second in school history with 3,886 rushing yards and 5,138 all-purpose yards. He was the Big Ten freshman of the year in 2005, and an honorable mention on the all-Big Ten team the last three season.
Carson Butler, TE, Michigan: Butler (6-4, 255) played in 32 games, posting 41 catches for 429 yards and three touchdowns. He played three games at defensive end, but the Packers are listing him on offense.
Travis Dekker, TE, Air Force: The two-year starter finished his career with 42 receptions for 551 yards and five touchdowns. Dekker (6-4, 256) is considered a good blocker.
Cyril Obiozor, LB, Texas A&M: The 6-foot-4, 267-pounder played in 48 games. Led the Aggies in sacks (3.5) and tackles for losses (9.5) as a junior, and was honorable-mention all-Big 12 as a senior.
Ronald Talley, DE, Delaware: Talley (6-2, 282) spent his first two seasons at Notre Dame. He played in 24 games with 18 starts for Blue Hens, finishing with 14 tackles for losses and 6.5 sacks.
Evan Dietrich-Smith, G/C, Idaho State: The 6-foot-2, 297-pounder was a four-year starter, at left guard for his first two years and left tackle for his final two seasons. Was an honorable mention on the Big Sky team last season.
Andrew Hartline, G/T, Central Michigan: Hartline (6-5, 297) started all 52 games of his collegiate career, including his final two seasons at left tackle. He was all-MAC both seasons.
One player that Packer Report and several other outlets had reported as signing was Iowa receiver Andy Brodell. He is not on the list. According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, he failed his physical today. He played all of last season with a torn hamstring.