Packers roll out rookie free agent class

15 undrafted rookies sign.

Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the signing of 15 college free agents who went undrafted last week, bringing the team's roster to the off-season limit of 90 players.

Here's the list with a little information about each player.

Krys Barnes   LB   UCLA  6-2  229.    Barnes started 31 games for the Bruins the last three years with five sacks and two interceptions, earning All Pac 12 Honorable Mention.

Henry Black  S  Baylor  6-0 204.    Black played in 52 games with 24 starts for the Bears recording career highs in 2019 in games played and started (14), tackles and passes defensed (5).

Travis Bruffy   OT  Texas Tech  6-6 298.    Bruffy was the starting left tackle for the Red Raiders for the final 34 games of his career, captain on offense for two seasons and second team All Big 12.

Marc-Antoine Dequoy    CB   Montreal, Candada  6-3  109.     A first team All-Canadian University defensive back that earned an invitation to the East-West Shrine game in the states.

Tipa Galaei   LB   Utah State  6-5  229 .  A teammate of Green Bay's number one pick Jordan Love with the Aggies, Galaei had 24 starts at Utah State after transferring from TCU.

Frankie Griffen   S   Texas State  6-0  204.   Griffen finished third on the team in tackles last season and made two All Sun Belt conference teams in his career.

Zack Johnson  G  North Dakota State  6-6 301.    A two time FCS All-American was on five conference championship teams and four division national champs.

Jordan Jones  FB  Prairie View A&M  6-1 255.      The first team All SWAC fullback in 2019 who started his career at Grambling State.

Jalen Morton QB  Prairie View A&M  6-3  237.    The teammate of Jones passed for 5052 yards and ran for another 1579 in his four year career, accounting for 65 touchdowns (42 passing, 22 rushing, 1 receiving).

Willington Previlon  DT Rutgers   6-5  287.   Was the Scarlet Knights MVP on defense and honorable mention All Big Ten recording 12.5 tackles for loss and four sacks with 18 career starts.

Stanford Samuels  CB  Florida State   6-1  187.    Recorded 8 career interceptions during his ACC career with the Seminoles playing in 37 games with 24 starts.

Delontae Scott  LB  SMU  6-5 246.    He started 28 games for the Mustakes piling up 18 sacks earning second team All ACC honors.

Darrell Stewart  WR  Michigan State 6-0  212.    He played 43 games with 21 starts in East Lansing, catching at least one pass in each of his final 33 games.   He finished third in school history with 150 receptions with 2,363 all purpose yards handling some kickoff and punt returns.

Will Sunderland  CB  Troy  6-2  196.   He played two years at Oklahoma before transferring to Troy where he played in 24 games, pulling down four interceptions in his senior year.

Patrick Taylor  RB   Memphis  6-2  217.   Primarily a back-up at Memphis, he started four games but appeared in 45, rushing for 2.884 yards with 11, 100 yard games.  He was injured in last year's season opener and played in just six games.

Mark Daniels

I’ve got Green and Gold in my blood having grown up in Titletown and it’s been a treat watching and covering sports from the Packers to the preps for you in Green Bay for Midwest Communications.
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