Green Bay Packers 2018 undrafted free agency tracker

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Keep up to date with all of the Green Bay Packers’ signings in undrafted free agency with our tracker.

It’s been a fun few days watching the 2018 NFL Draft unfold. There’s plenty to discuss about each of the Green Bay Packers’ selections in Brian Gutekunst’s first draft as general manager, but first comes undrafted free agency.

Gutekunst isn’t done building the roster yet. A number of talented players went undrafted, and many will soon sign with Green Bay.

Keep refreshing this page, as we’ll be regularly updating it with the latest reported signings made by the Packers.

Reported Packers signed undrafted free agents

Alex Light, OT, Richmond

Chris Seisay, CB, Portland State

Raven Greene, DB, JMU

Jacob Alsadek, G, Arizona

Tyler Lancaster, DT, Northwestern

C.J. Johnson, LB, ETBU

Marcus Porter, OLB, Fairmont State

Kevin Rader, TE, Youngstown State

Austin Davis, C, Duke

Tim Boyle, QB, EKU

Damon Gibson, WR, Minnesota-Moorhead

Naashon Hughes, OLB, Texas

Packers 2018 draft class

Round 1 (18): Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville

Round 2 (45): Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa

Round 3 (88): Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt

Round 4 (133): J’Mon Moore, WR, Missouri

Round 5 (138): Cole Madison, T, Washington State

Round 5 (172): JK Scott, P, Alabama

Round 5 (174): Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, South Florida

Round 6 (207): Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

Round 7 (232): James Looney, DE, California

Round 7 (239): Hunter Bradley, LS, Mississippi State

Round 7 (248): Kendall Donnerson, EDGE, Southeast Missouri St.

Gutekunst wanted to improve Green Bay’s defense, and he focused on the secondary in the opening couple of rounds.

First he made two trades — dropping from 14th overall to 27th, then back up to 18th — to select Jaire Alexander. The Packers received a 2019 first-round pick in the process.

On Day 2, Green Bay stayed at No. 45 to pick another corner, this time Josh Jackson out of Iowa, a player many considered to be a first-round talent.

Gutekunst made his third trade of the draft late on Day 2, moving back into the third round to select Vanderbilt linebacker Oren Burks. He’ll likely lineup at inside linebacker in Mike Pettine’s defense.

Day 3 was dominated by offense. The Packers added three wide receivers: J’Mon Moore, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown. They also added depth along the offensive line with Cole Madison.