The Packers wrapped up the draft with a pair of selections in the 7th round. In a bit of a surprise, Green Bay took tight end Ryan Taylor of North Carolina at pick number 218. It's the second tight end drafted today, joining D.J. Williams of Arkansas. Taylor is 6-3 and 254 pounds and played only one full season at the position. He was a backup linebacker originally and rose to special teams captain in 2008. A knee injury in fall camp wiped out his junior year but Taylor came back to not only return as special teams captain, but he set the Tar Heels single season record for receptions by a tight end, catching 36 passes for 330 yards and two touchdowns. Taylor capped his career with an 9 catch, 85 yard game in the 30-27 double overtime victory against Tennessee in the Music City Bowl. Taylor will join a now very crowded position in camp. With the final pick of the draft, number 233 overall, the Packers took defensive tackle Lawrence Guy of Arizona State. The 6-5, 300 pounder was an honorable mention all Pac 10 performer for the Sun Devils, recording 41 tackles, 6 for losses and one and a half sacks as a junior coming out early. The Las Vegas native started 31 of 35 games in his career, racking up 122 tackles and 8 sacks, helping ASU to the top ranked rushing defense in the conference. Guy has played every position on the line but was the primary nose tackle in a 3-4 system last fall. He was able to overcome a learning disability in high school and was diagnosed with dyslexia just last year. Guy was recruited by several top programs before settling on Arizona State.