6: Noah Shepard, South Dakota; 13: Chris Pizzotti, Harvard.
Noteworthy: It's patently unfair to judge the quarterbacks in a situation like this, but Shepard, one of the undrafted rookie signings, looked horrible. Maybe he was thinking too much after barely getting a look at the playbook. The 6-foot-5 Pizzotti, who was signed to the practice squad late last season, looked much more polished (not surprisingly) and threw a couple of pretty deep balls. He's got a chance to stick as the third quarterback.
Noteworthy: Director of college scouting John Dorsey told Packer Report that sixth-round pick Starks runs too tall at 6-foot-2, but he's confident that running backs coach Edgar Bennett will make the fixes. Starks looks like an explosive north-and-south runner (wearing shorts, mind you) and caught everything thrown his way. He stood out more than anyone at any position — a surprise considering he didn't play last season because of a shoulder injury. Porter (6-0), who was signed as an undrafted free agent, averaged almost 40 yards per kickoff return as a senior. He's got some get-up-and-go.
7: Glen Fox, South Dakota State; 8: D.J. Hord, Northern Iowa; 9: Edward Morton-Green, Morgan State; 11: Chastin West, Fresno State; 17: Charles Dillon, Washington State; 19: Will Scott, North Carolina Central; 82: Jeff Moturi, UTEP; 84: Shawn Gore, Bishops (Canada).
Noteworthy: Dillon (6-0) was signed in March. He spent part of the 2008 training camp with the Colts and starred for Spokane in arenafootball2 last year. He made a nice diving catch. The undrafteds who signed were West and Moturi. West (6-0) had three career scores on kick returns and caught 30 passes as a senior. Moturi looks smaller than his listed 5-11. He's among the school's career leaders in receptions (170), receiving yards (2,527) and touchdown catches (26). Two tryout players to remember are Morton-Green and Scott. Morton-Green is 6-4 and ran the 40 in 4.47 at his pro day. Scott (6-2) has intriguing height and athletic ability as an All-American in the triple jump.
81: Andrew Quarless, Penn State; 83: Tim Crabtree, Miami (Ohio).
Noteworthy: Quarless (6-4) was the first of the Packers' fifth-round picks. He had a tough first day on the job, with one pass ricocheting off his helmet. He's not as smooth as I imagined. Dorsey, however, loves Quarless' potential to catch and block. Crabtree (6-4) was signed to the practice squad in December.
69: Chris Campbell, Eastern Illinois; 75; Bryan Bulaga, Iowa.
Noteworthy: Bulaga, of course, is the first-round pick and lined up as the starting left tackle. In a no-contact practice setting, it's tough to say much about the 6-foot-5, 314-pounder. He's in such good shape, though, that he looks closer to 280 pounds than 314. Bulaga was pulled from the lineup after a false start during the 11-on-11 team run period. Campbell (6-5, 328) was signed after the draft after earning second-team all-conference honors as a senior. He's got pretty good feet for his size and is an intriguing developmental prospect.
Noteworthy: Newhouse (6-4, 319) was the second of the Packers' fifth-round picks. A three-year starter at left tackle, Newhouse opened the rookie camp as the starting left guard, though he said he expects to get a look at every position on the line, including center. McDonald (6-4, 316), who was signed after the draft, was a Division II All-American at left tackle in helping the Lakers reach the national championship game. Daniels is a practice-squad holdover. He lined up as the starting right guard.
Noteworthy: Houser is from Chico, Calif. — the hometown of Aaron Rodgers — and got the starting nod. Anderson was snapping on a pair of botched center-quarterback exchanges.
Noteworthy: It only seems like Toribio has been with the team for 10 years. Yet, he's somehow allowed to take part in these practices. Clifton made back-to-back nice plays on a bootleg and running play.
46: Andy Mattingly, Washington State; 47: Frank Zombo, Central Michigan; 49: Robert Francois, Boston College; 53: Tim Knicky, Stephen F. Austin; 58: John Russell, Wake Forest; 62: Bryan Wilson, Morgan State.
Noteworthy: Because they didn't draft an outside linebacker, the Packers signed Zombo, Knicky and Russell to go with Francois, who was signed to the practice squad in December. Knicky, who led FCS in sacks as a senior, has a lot to learn about coverage. He was toasted a couple of times by the tight ends. His talent is evident, though, which is why he was paired with Francois with the starters. After Zombo put himself in the right spot in coverage on one play, position coach Kevin Greene bellowed, "Way to go, Zombo!" Wilson, one of the tryout guys, didn't seem to care that Bulaga was the No. 1 pick. He showed some impressive quickness. Interesting sidenote among all these rookies is that Wilson's senior season was 2007. He didn't make it with Washington in 2008.
Noteworthy: Joseph (6-2, 238), the only one in this quartet who signed after the draft, got great depth on his drop to intercept Pizzotti.
Noteworthy: Clark (6-1) was signed to the practice squad in December after being a four-year starter at Idaho State. Of the true rookies, Shields (5-11) is the only one in this group given a contract. He's clearly the fastest player at this camp and appears to have natural kick-returning skills. He didn't return kicks for the Hurricanes, though he did take a reverse on the opening kickoff back 84 yards for a touchdown in the bowl game against Wisconsin. A receiver-turned-cornerback in college, he's a project on defense but his special-teams skills give him a chance to win a roster spot.
Noteworthy: This is a promising group. Burnett is the Packers' third-round pick and has at least a decent chance of unseating starter Atari Bigby. Jones, a receiver at Miami who was signed to the practice squad in December, has been shifted to safety, where the Packers think his strength and height will make him a factor. Vaughn and Levine are here on a tryout basis. Vaughn (5-11) picked off 14 passes for the Huskies. A source told Packer Report that director of pro personnel Reggie McKenzie was impressed by Levine's pro day workout, where his performances in several drills would have topped the safeties at the Scouting Combine. Levine (6-0) picked off two passes as a senior and is considered a good run defender.
8: Tim Masthay, Kentucky; 9: Chris Bryan, Australia.
Noteworthy: Shockingly, considering the Packers' recent punting history, there might be an NFL punter in this duo. They took turns booming kicks off the roof of the Hutson Center on Friday. Bryan's left-footed kicking motion looks effortless, and he has some good knuckleball action on his pooch punts. The Australian import isn't nearly consistent enough, but there's time until training camp. Masthay, who spent a week in training camp with the Colts last summer, consistently had better hang time.
46: Carter Brunelle, Baylor.
Noteworthy: Incumbent Brett Goode has no reasons to worry.
There isn't one, surprisingly.
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