Weight: 245 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.72 seconds
10-yard split: 1.61 seconds
Bench: 15 reps
Broad jump: 10'1"
Fackrell brings a large, physical, athletic specimen to the Packers' pass-rushing group. He was named first-team All-Mountain West in 2015, when he recorded 82 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, and five sacks. He nearly matched those numbers as a sophomore in 2013, with the same number of tackles and sacks and 13 tackles for loss. He also returned an interception 99 yards that season.
Fackrell will turn 25 on November 25, making him one of the older Packers' draft picks in recent memory. He is almost four years older than the team's first-round pick, Kenny Clark, who is currently 20 years old.
This pick bolsters the team's group of pass-rushers, which needs some an infusion of talent in the long term. Most of the team's outside linebackers' contracts expire after this season; all of Julius Peppers, Nick Perry, Jayrone Elliott, and Lerentee McCray will be free agents next spring, with only Clay Matthews remaining under contract.