The Green Bay Packers signed their two 7th round draft picks yesterday, running back DeShawn Wynn from Florida and Tight end Clark Harris from Rutgers.
Wynn was the Packers' first of two seventh round choices (228th overall). After Brandon Jackson, selected five rounds earlier in the same draft, Wynn became just the second running back chosen by the Packers since 2002. He was Florida's leading ground-gainer each of the past two years, including its National Championship 2006 season.
The 6'5, 256-pound Harris was Green Bay's final 2007 selection (243rd overall), the first tight end selected by Green Bay since David Martin in 2001. Despite playing in a run-oriented college offense, Harris caught 143 career passes for 2,015 yards and 11 touchdowns. He helped turn around a Rutgers program that went 1-11 in 2002 and finished 11-2 with a second straight bowl appearance in 2006.