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Packers sign five draft picks and 15 rookie free agents

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On the opening day of rookie minicamp, the Packers announced a flurry of signings. The team has already inked deals with five of their draft picks. In addition, the team signed 15 rookie free agents.

DRAFT SIGNINGS:

Rd

Name

Pos

Ht

Wt

College

HS Hometown

5a

DeAngelo Yancey

WR

6-2

220

Purdue

Atlanta, Ga.

5b

Aaron Jones

RB

5-10

208

Texas-El Paso

El Paso, Texas

6

Kofi Amichia

G

6-4

304

South Florida

Powder Springs, Ga.

7a

Devante Mays

RB

5-10

230

Utah State

Livingston, Texas

7b

Malachi Dupre

WR

6-2

196

Louisiana State

New Orleans, La.

UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS:

No

Name

Pos

Ht

Wt

College

HS Hometown

44

Donatello Brown

CB

6-0

190

Valdosta State

Kennesaw, Ga.

56

Johnathan Calvin

LB

6-3

266

Mississippi State

Jackson, Miss.

89

Michael Clark

WR

6-6

217

Marshall

St. Petersburg, Fla.

9

Montay Crockett

WR

6-0

184

Georgia Southern

Rock Hill, S.C.

60

Thomas Evans

G

6-3

305

Richmond

Franklin, N.C.

74

Geoff Gray

G

6-5

315

University of Manitoba

Winnipeg, Man.

55

Cody Heiman

LB

6-2

229

Washburn

Baileyville, Kan.

8

Taysom Hill

QB

6-2

221

Brigham Young

Pocatello, Idaho

71

Izaah Lunsford

DT

6-3

310

Bowling Green State

Cincinnati, Ohio

77

Adam Pankey

G/T

6-5

313

West Virginia

Hamilton, Ohio

86

Aaron Peck

TE

6-2

239

Fresno State

Riverside, Calif.

34

Kalif Phillips

RB

5-9

218

Charlotte

Kannapolis, N.C.

41

Lenzy Pipkins

CB

6-0

196

Oklahoma State

Mansfield, Texas

38

David Rivers

CB

6-1

186

Youngstown State

Miami, Fla.

5

Justin Vogel

P

6-4

219

Miami (Fla.)

Tampa, Fla.

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