It's nice for NFL front offices to hit on early-round draft picks, but it's even more impressive when they hit on undrafted free agents. No team has been as good in recent years with undrafted rookies as the Green Bay Packers.
From cornerback Sam Shields to wide receiver Jarrett Boykin, the Packers have numerous starters who didn't hear their names called on draft day. It's likely that they'll add a few more key players from this year's group of undrafted players.
Two of the biggest names that Green Bay signed after the draft were tight end Colt Lyerla and outside linebacker Adrian Hubbard. Both players have legitimate chances of becoming starters early in their careers.
Hubbard and Lyerla are only two individuals who could turn out to be special for the Packers. Here's a look at six undrafted Packers who could prove to be gems.