The full order of selections for the 2019 NFL Draft is officially set. The league sent NFL teams this year’s list of compensatory picks on Friday afternoon, locking in all of the selections in their official and final slots.
As expected, however, the Green Bay Packers did not receive any compensatory picks for 2019. The Packers had received at least one comp pick in each of the last nine drafts, with 2009 being the most recent year they did not have any. This is a result of the team’s decisions during the 2018 free agency period, when they signed more qualifying free agents than they lost. Jimmy Graham was the team’s biggest signing, which more than canceled out the loss of safety Morgan Burnett to Pittsburgh.
The Packers did acquire a pair of day-three draft picks in trades during the 2018 season, however. They hold Washington’s fourth-round selection as compensation for trading safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, and they picked up the Seahawks’ 6th-round pick in exchange for backup quarterback Brett Hundley. Those picks are in addition to an extra first-round pick that they added from the New Orleans Saints during last year’s draft.
Here is the final list of the Packers’ draft picks:
- Round 1, pick 12 (#12 overall)
- Round 1, pick 30 (#30 overall)
- Round 2, pick 12 (#44 overall)
- Round 3, pick 11 (#75 overall)
- Round 4, pick 12 (#104 overall)
- Round 4, pick 16 (#108 overall) — from Washington
- Round 5, pick 12 (#140 overall)
- Round 6, pick 12 (#185 overall)
- Round 6, pick 21 (#194 overall) — from Seattle
- Round 7, pick 12 (#226 overall)