Levine caught scouts' attention at Tennessee State's pro day, which Packers director of football operations Reggie McKenzie attended.
Levine joins Canadian receiver Shawn Gore and North Carolina nose tackle Aleric Mullins who were signed after the three-day camp. Gore's signing was reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel through his agents. Mullins' agent just told Packer Report that his client has signed.
Levine (5-11, 193) ran the 40-yard dash in as fast as 4.43 seconds, had a 35-inch vertical jump, three-cone time of 6.64 seconds and did 19 reps on the 225-pound bench press. All of those numbers ranked favorably with the safeties at the Scouting Combine, with the three-cone time topping the list.
Levine picked off three passes as a junior and two as a senior for the school that produced Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Gore (6-0, 198), a wide receiver from Bishop's University in Quebec, was the 10th overall selection of Sunday's CFL draft. He caught 37 passes for 610 yards in nine games last season, and reportedly has a 4.50 40 time and a 40-inch vertical. He did not return kicks in college but obviously would have to find a role somewhere on special teams to make the roster.
Mullins (6-1, 319) had a late-round grade on him until doctors discovered a heart "murmur" at the Scouting Combine, he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel over the weekend. He put up 35 reps on the 225-pound bench at his pro day. With his degree in hand, he left school a year early. He had 15 tackles, including 4.5 tackles for losses, and four quarterback pressures in 2009.
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