GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - The Packers started Day 3 of the NFL Draft by drafting Minnesota ILB Kamal Martin in the fifth round (#175 overall).
Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst speaks during a press conference at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
Next up, GM Brian Gutekunst selected Michigan guard Jon Runyan in the sixth round (#192 overall).
The Packers then selected Oregon C Jake Hanson and Indiana OT Simon Stepaniak as the 208th and 209th overall picks, respectively, to end the sixth round.
In the seventh round, the Packers selected TCU S Vernon Scott as the 236th overall pick, and concluded the draft by selecting Miami DE Jonathan Garvin at #242 overall.
Packers 2020 picks:
1st round - QB Jordan Love (Utah State)
2nd round - RB A.J. Dillon (Boston College)
3rd round - TE Josiah Deguara (Cincinnati)
4th round - no picks
5th round - ILB Kamal Martin (Minnesota)
6th round - OG Jon Runyan (Michigan)
6th round - C Jake Hanson (Oregon)
6th round - OT Simon Stepaniak (Indiana)
7th round - S Vernon Scott (TCU)
7th round - DE Jonathan Garvin (Miami)
Meanwhile, fans were left perplexed when the Packer did not take a single receiver in this years draft. This year was said to be one of the deepest receiver classes in decades. However, Gutekunst was not falling for the hype.
"We thought it was really strong at the top," Gutekunst said on Saturday night. "I don't know, as we went through the middle and end, we probably felt it wasn't as strong as maybe others did."