The Green Bay Packers used the 178th overall pick in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft for Appalachian corner defender Shemar Jean-Charles.
Jean-Charles (5-10, 184) produced 33 passes and two interceptions in over 50 games and 25 games during his collegiate career. In the last two seasons, he broke 27 assists.
Given his height and ability to move, the Packers are likely to use Jean-Charles in the slot as a race for returning starter Chandon Sullivan.
The Packers are now double-dipped in a corner back in bringing Eric Stokes to the first round. With Sullivan and Kevin King, both free agents after the 2021 season, the Packers gained competition and potential future starters with a premium in this draft class.
Jean-Charles ran 4.52 in the 40-yard dash and had bad moments in agility training. Its RAS is only 4.27.
Florida defender TJ Slaton was the team̵