NEW YORK, NY (WTAQ) - The Green Bay Packers kick off the final day of the NFL Draft with a pair of fourth round picks.
The Packers traded their first 4th rounder (129th overall) and a 7th rounder (204th overall) to the Denver Broncos for a 5th rounder (141st overall) and 6th rounder (186 overall).
With their compensatory selection (131st overall), the Packers picked New Mexico State cornerback Davon House.
The 6'0", 182 pound House was a 1st team All-WAC selection. Tallied 68 tackles, 13 PBU's and three interceptions as a junior.
Battled through injuries in less productive senior season.
Started several games as a freshman and contributed all four years for the Aggies.
Ran a blazing 4.35 40-yard dash at recent pro day...Has solid ball skills and the speed to stay with any receiver...Competitive player who wants to cover the best player always...A willing and capable tackler...Excels in man coverage situations.
Breaks down well in space...Works hard and is well muscled...Did not always play against elite competition in college...Needs to prove capable of playing zone coverage in the NFL.