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    The Packers went back to the defense with their first pick of
    day three."Entering the weekend of the 2019 NFL
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    , the Green Bay Packers held six picks on the third day of the
    draft. However, they traded away their first two picks on that day — a pair of
    fourth-rounders — to move up in round one for safety Darnell Savage.Finally,
    after a two-plus-hour wait on Saturday, the Packers went on the clock at pick
    number 150 overall, the 12th pick of the fifth round. With that selection, the
    Packers have chosen defensive tackle Kingsley Keke from Texas A&M. Keke, a
    6-foot-3, 288-pounder, is a very good athlete. He ran a sub-5 second forty-yard
    dash at the 2019 NFL Combine, timing at 4.95 seconds, then posted very good
    agility times at his Pro Day with a 7.38-second time in the 3-cone drill and a
    short shuttle of 4.50 seconds. He also has especially long arms at 34 1/2
    inches, a great quality for a defensive lineman.His position will be determined
    in offseason practices and training camp, but Keke’s length gives him the
    opportunity to play in a variety of spots on the Packers’ front. He also has
    demonstrated success as a pass rusher, recording 7.5 sacks and 11 tackles for
    loss as a senior in 2018.The Packers will be up on the clock next at pick 185
    overall in round six. Green Bay has no good luck drafting at 114, but a
    divisional rival found a good-looking young player there a year ago."The Green
    Bay Packers hold ten draft picks in the 2019 NFL Draft, and for a team that has
    a storied David
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    , 100-year history, they have predictably made selections
    in the past at every one of these draft slots. Over the next few days leading up
    to this year’s draft, Acme Packing Company will examine the Packers’ history at
    each current slot for 2019, as well as run down the names of recent picks around
    the league at the position.In the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Green
    Bay Packers hold a pair of selections. The first, pick #114, is their own; the
    second came over from Washington in a trade for safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix last
    fall. Today, we’ll take a look at the Packers’ results when picking 114th and
    those of the last few years.While the Packers’ three draftees at 114 played two
    combined seasons in the NFL, there have been a few notable picks there across
    the league. Most recently, the Detroit Lions seemed to find a starter at
    defensive end, drafting Alabama’s Da’Shawn Hand there last spring. Handstarted
    eight of his 13 games last season, recording three sacks and a pair of forced
    fumbles. After recording a Pro Football Focus grade of 87.3 as a rookie, he is
    penciled into the starting lineup for 2019 and beyond.The best player ever
    drafted at 114 is running back Herschel Walker. After he had played two years in
    the USFL, the Cowboys gambled on him in the fifth round of the 1985 draft.
    Walker played one more season in the USFL before it folded, and the Cowboys
    retained his rights after that. He eventually ran for over 8,000 yards with
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    ,000 receiving yards in 12 NFL seasons. Packers’
    History at #1141949: Rebel Steiner, DBA defensive back from Alabama, Steiner
    played for just two seasons in the NFL, starting for the Packers in 1950 and
    1951. His first season saw him post some gaudy numbers, as he recorded seven
    interceptions, including a 94-yard pick-six.1951: Bob Noppinger, OTNoppinger did
    not suit up in an NFL game, instead serving in the Korean War. He did come back
    to Green Bay after the war, but had an ankle injury in his only preseason with
    the team that brought his career to a quick end. Noppinger passed away at the
    age of 79 in 2006.2000: Anthony Lucas, WRLike Noppinger, Lucas had early
    injuries in his NFL career that forced him to retire before playing a game in
    the league. He had a tremendous junior season at Arkansas in 1998, catching 43
    passes for 1,004 yards and ten touchdowns.Recent History at #1142018: Da’Shawn
    Hand, DE, Alabama (Lions)2017: Samaje Perine,
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    , Oklahoma (Washington)2016: Ricardo Louis, WR, Auburn (Browns)2015:
    Jamil Douglas, G, Arizona State (Dolphins)2014: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
    (Jaguars)2013: B.W. Webb, CB, William & Mary (Cowboys)2012: Jaye Howard, DT,
    Florida (Seahawks)2011: Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union (Jaguars)