Green Bay used its compensatory pick at No. 167 on a run stuffer. Boyd, 6-foot-2 1/2, 300 pounds, amassed 33 tackles, 1 ½ sacks and 2 ½ tackles for loss as a senior on the defensive line. He played in 51 games in his career for the Bulldogs and had a team defensive line high of 51 tackles during his junior season.
Boyd was the second defensive lineman the Packers selected in three days after drafting UCLA defensive end Datone Jones at No. 26 overall.
The Packers selected Illinois State linebacker Nate Palmer 193rd overall. At 6-foot-3, 240 pounds, Palmer started all 24 of Illinois State's games over the past two seasons at defensive end. He registered 117 tackles, 17 sacks and 25 ½ tackles for loss in his final two seasons.
In the final round, the Packers added wide receivers Johnson and Dorsey. Green Bay received the No. 216 selection from Tennessee through San Francisco to take Johnson, who was a standout at Division II powerhouse Grand Valley State. Johnson, 6-foot-3, 225 pounds, had 2,229 yards receiving and 31 touchdowns during his two seasons with the Lakers.
The Packers' next pick No. 224, from Dallas through Miami, was used on Dorsey. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound receiver had just 18 receptions for 311 yards and four scores in his senior season.
With Green Bay's final selection of the draft, it picked a second linebacker of the day, South Florida's Sam Barrington, at No. 232. Barrington, 6-foot-1, 230 pounds, started 36 of 49 games during his career and amassed 258 tackles and 6 ½ sacks.