Packers NFL Draft Day 3 selections

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WSAW) -- The Packers took inside linebacker Kamal Martin with their 5th round selection.

Martin played four seasons with the Minnesota Gophers. He was limited to only eight games in his senior season due to a knee injury.

He was named honorable mention All-Big Ten last season. Martin tallied 66 tackles, 2.5 of those for loss.

The 6'3", 240-pound linebacker racked up 177 tackles, four interceptions and four forced fumbles over his collegiate career.


At pick 192 overall in the 6th round, Green Bay selected offensive guard Jon Runyan from Michigan.

Runyan spent five years at Michigan. He redshirted his freshman year. He played 13 games his redshirt junior year and 12 his redshirt senior.

Runyan started at left tackle, but he also has experience at right tackle and right guard.

The 6'4", 306 pound tackle finished First Team All-Big Ten in 2018 and 2019.

Runyan is projected to play as a guard in the NFL.

Runyan is smart and determined but lacks lacks physical and athletic traits.

His father, Jon Runyan Sr., was a Pro Bowl tackle.


The Packers selected center Jake Hanson from Oregon at pick 208 in the 6th round.

The 6'4", 303 pound center spent five years with the Ducks. He started 49 games over four seasons.

Hanson did not allow a sack over his first three seasons (2,738 snaps). He was named to the AP second-team All-Pac-12 in his junior and senior seasons.

Hanson is strong and accurate with his hands, but he lacks power and mass.


One pick later, Green Bay went offensive line again with Indiana's Simon Stepaniak.

Stepaniak was the third straight offensive lineman taking by the Packers.

He started two games as a redshirt freshman. He would start six games as a sophomore but miss six games due to an injury. He started all 12 games as junior and 11 as a senior.

Stepaniak will be slotted at one of the guard spots. He is 6'4", 313 pounds.

In his senior year, Stepaniak was named third-team All-Big Ten by the media and honorable-mention by the coaches.

Stepaniak's scouting report is that he's burly and strong with pop but lacks length.


With the Packers first pick in the seventh round, they took safety Vernon Scott.

Scott spent four seasons at TCU. He played in 11 games as a freshman. His first start came in his junior season when he played in 11 games and started two of them.

In Scott's senior year, he started in all 10 games he played. Scott tallied 44 tackles with seven pass breakups, a touchdown and a interception.


With the Packers final pick, Green Bay selected defensive end Jonathan Garvin.

Garvin spent three seasons with the Miami Hurricanes. He racked up 106 tackles and 12.5 sacks over his career.

Garvin's sophomore year was his best. He tallied 60 tackles, 17 for a loss and 5.5 sacks.

According to "He's nicknamed "Spider" for his length and agility."