NFL Draft Grades 2022: Re-grading the Packers draft one year later

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Round 5: EDGE Kingsley Enagbare

If a fifth-round pick starts seven games as a rookie, you've done something right. Kingsley Enagbare was a valuable addition to the defense and saw his role increase following Rashan Gary's season-ending injury. Enagbare finished the season with three sacks, eight quarterback hits, and three pass defenses. He can be a key part of the pass-rush rotation moving forward.

Grade: B

Round 7: S Tariq Carpenter

Tariq Carpenter was a smart pick because of his ability to contribute on special teams. As the season went on, he saw his role on special teams grow, and he showed enough to make the roster this year.

Grade: C+

Round 7: DT Jonathan Ford

Expectations should always be reasonable for seventh-round draft choices, but considering Jonathan Ford made the 53-man roster, it was disappointing he didn't play a single snap. A big second season awaits.

Grade: D

Round 7: OL Rasheed Walker

Rasheed Walker was active for one game but was limited to four special teams snaps. He got time to develop, and now it's important for him to take the next step in year two.

Grade: D

Round 7: WR Samori Toure

Samori Toure will be best remembered for his impressive 37-yard touchdown catch against the Buffalo Bills, where he made an adjustment to his route to find the end zone.

He only made five catches all year, but Toure showed his ability and has the potential to become a solid backup receiver in year two.

Grade: B

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