#Packers turn to big guy with 2nd 6th-round pick. More on Christian Ringo: http://t.co/4iEdcEsuN8 #PackersDraft pic.twitter.com/wwCht0OjUI— Green Bay Packers (@packers) May 2, 2015
The Packers went with a versatile defensive lineman late in the sixth round, drafting UL Lafayette product Christian Ringo with the 34th pick in the sixth round.
Ringo is big-- upwards of 300 pounds-- and had a fantastic senior season for the Ragin' Cajuns, totaling 11.5 sacks, a single-season school record. He can play both defensive end and defensive tackle, although the Packers seem to want to keep him at end.
The only concern is whether or not Ringo's got the speed to play on the outside at the professional level, but he's certainly shown that he has the skills to get to the quarterback early and often.
You can find our scouting report on Christian here.