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2006 Draft Results:
(1-5) A.J. Hawk LB, Ohio State
(2-47) Daryn Colledge OT, Boise State
(2-52) Greg Jennings WR, Western Michigan
(3-67) Abdul Hodge LB, Iowa
(3-75) Jason Spitz C, Louisville
(4-104) Cory Rodgers WR, TCU
(4-115) Will Blackmon WR/CB, Boston College
(5-148) Ingle Martin QB, Furman
(5-165) Tony Moll OT, Nevada
(6-183) Johnny Jolly DT, Texas A&M
(6-185) Tyrone Culver S, Fresno State
(7-253) Dave Tollefson DE, Northwest Missouri State
Although some say A.J. Hawk hasn't lived up to his No. 5 overall status, he has become a solid force for the Packers at middle linebacker. Hawk finished third in Rookie of the Year voting in 2006. In five years with the Packers, Hawk has totaled 510 tackles, nine sacks, eight interceptions and two forced fumbles.
Greg Jennings has become an all-star. Since joining the Packers in 2006, he has caught 322 passes for 5,222 yards and 40 touchdowns. He has recorded at least 1,100 reception yards in each of the past three years and has become Aaron Rodgers' go-to deep threat. Jennings was a member of the 2006 NFL all-rookie team and a Pro Bowl selection in 2010.
Daryn Colledge has played in every game since being drafted in 2006 and has started in all but four of those games. Despite a couple rocky seasons, Colledge has become a solid offensive lineman. Jason Spitz started several games in his early years and is now Scott Wells' backup and has been used as a utility offensive lineman.
When Johnny Jolly was healthy, he was an animal on the defensive line. He made many athletic plays once the Packers switched to the 3-4 defense. Sadly, he has struggled with drug problems and will likely not see a football field anytime soon.
Will Blackmon, despite being a liability on defense, found a niche as a special-teamer. In his career at Green Bay, he returned three punts for touchdowns. He left the Packers in 2010 for the Giants. Abdul Hodge was a promising linebacker for the Packers, but was cut in 2008 after two injury-riddled seasons.
Tony Moll started all 16 games his rookie year, but a neck injury the following year kept him on the sidelines. He was traded to Baltimore in 2009.
Ingle Martin was the Packers' third string quarterback behind Favre and Rodgers for one season. He was released in 2007. Cory Rodgers signed a contract following the draft but was released before the 2006 season started. Tyrone Culver only stayed with the Packers for one season before joining the Dolphins. Dave Tollefson spent a season on the Packers' practice squad before leaving for NFL Europe and later, the Raiders.