Few teams are as good at finding talent in undrafted free agents as the Green Bay Packers.
The most recent example of this success is cornerback Sam Shields. He was an UDFA back in 2010 and just signed a hefty contract this offseason to lock him up long-term.
This year the Packers are hoping to find a similar success story. Green Bay has signed 17 undrafted free agents to date. While a good chunk of them won't find themselves on the final roster when the regular season begins, a handful of these players have legitimate shots to not only make the roster, but see significant playing time.
Today we're going to assess the chances of making the final roster for all 17 UDFAs. We'll go through the strengths of each player, what they could ultimately bring to the team and decide whether or not they're likely to be part of the final 53 Packers.