With the Green Bay Packers allotted 30 official visits with prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft, they are continuing to use several on players who are likely under consideration as undrafted free agent signings. Another such player is Maryland pass-rusher Jesse Aniebonam, who visited the team last week according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.
Aniebonam was a fifth-year senior in 2018, but his finest season statistically came as a junior in 2016. That year, despite starting just six of his 13 games, he led the Terrapins with nine sacks and 14 tackles for loss. However, his 2017 season was lost to a season-ending broken ankle in the opening week, which made him eligible for a medical redshirt. In 2018, he returned to play in ten games, totaling 39 tackles (five for losses) and two sacks.
The 6-foot-4, 258-pound Aniebonam had a solid Pro Day last month, reportedly running the 40-yard dash in 4.69 seconds and posting 21 reps on the bench press. His agility numbers were a bit on the slow side, with a 3-cone time of 7.40 seconds, but his 10-foot-3 broad jump shows some good explosiveness.
In addition to lining up on the defensive line for Maryland, Aniebonam also played special teams. He blocked a punt early in 2018 against Temple, returning it for a touchdown: