After an offensive minded day two in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Packers returned to loading up the defensive side of the ball on day three.
The Packers had four picks on the final day of the draft, three of which went to the defense.
After trading away their fourth round picks on day one to move up to take Darnell Savage Jr. the cornerback out of Maryland, the Packers had to wait until the fifth round to pick today.
In the fifth the Packers selected Kingsley Keke a defensive tackle out of Texas A&M.
The Packers next two picks would come in the sixth round, where they took another corner, Ka’Dar Hollman from Toledo and their lone offensive player of day 3, running back Dexter Williams out of Notre Dame.
The Packers final pick of the draft was in round seven where they added to their depth at linebacker by taking TCU standout Ty Summers.