GREEN BAY, Wis. — After selecting nine players in the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers added 12 more rookies through the undrafted free agent process.
The most notable signing was former Alabama linebacker Adrian Hubbard, who was projected to be drafted in either Round 3 or 4. There was reportedly a medical concern with Hubbard, which may have been what caused him to go undrafted. However, the fact that Hubbard signed with the Packers means he passed the team’s physical.
At 6-foot-6 and 257 pounds, Hubbard is a very good athlete with long arms (34.5 inches) and a huge vertical (38.5 inches). He was an early entrant into the NFL draft.
Green Bay has a good history with undrafted free agents making an impact, including cornerbacks Sam Shields and Tramon Williams, linebackers Jamari Lattimore and Andy Mulumba, wide receiver Jarrett Boykin and offensive tackle Don Barclay.
The Packers’ other 11 undrafted free agent signings are: linebackers Jake Doughty, Jay Elliot and Joe Thomas, defensive linemen Carlos Gray and Mike Pennel, quarterback Chase Rettig, running backs Rajion Neal and LaDarius Perkins, guard Jordan McCray, tight end Justin Perillo and defensive back Ryan White.