NFL Draft: Packers add on both sides of ball on Day 3

GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Packers are adding another wide receiver to the squad, selecting Romeo Doubs with the 27th pick in the 4th Round, 132nd overall.

Doubs led receivers with 80 receptions for over 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns last season at Nevada and was named to the All-Mountain West first team.

Doubs joins linebacker Quay Walker, defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt, wide receiver Christian Watson and offensive lineman Sean Rhyan in this year’s draft class.

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The Packers also picked up Wake Forest center Zach Tom with the 35th pick in the 4th Round, 140th overall. The 6’4″, 304 lb, Prairieville, La. native was named to the first-team All-ACC team this year.

With the 36th pick in the 5th Round, the Pack selected South Carolina defensive end Kingsley Enagbare.

An Atlanta native, Enagbare terrorized SEC offenses during his time with the Gamecocks, notching 44 tackles last season including 4.5 sacks. He was named first-team All-SEC in 2020 after putting up 30 tackles, including six sacks, and three forced fumbles. His nickname is “J.J.”

In the 7th Round, the Packers added Georgia Tech linebacker Tariq Carpenter and Miami defensive tackle Jonathan Ford.

Carpenter grabbed a career-best 65 tackles for the Yellow Jackets last season, up from 39 tackles in 2020. He played much of his collegiate career as a safety but will move to linebacker when he heads to the NFL.

Ford was a three-year starter for the Hurricanes and recorded 14 tackles last season. In 2019 he had three sacks and a forced fumble.

The Packers also drafted Penn State offensive tackle Rasheed Walker. His 6’6″ and 313 lb frame will provide more protection for Aaron Rodgers.

He earned honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2019 and 2020 while playing as a blindside blocker. In 2021 he allowed only 4 sacks on 435 pass-blocking snaps.

Green Bay rounded out their 2022 Draft by picking Nebraska wide receiver Samori Toure. The Portland, Ore. native began his college career with Montana where he won Big Sky Conference Receiver of the Year in 2019. He transferred to Nebraska at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and led the Cornhuskers in receiving yards in 2021 with 898.