On the final day of the 2023 NFL Draft, three more Tigers were selected to join NFL rosters.

In the fourth round, the Green Bay Packers added another piece to their defensive line, taking Colby Wooden with the No. 116 pick. Then, 42 picks later, the Arizona Cardinals selected linebacker Owen Pappoe in the fifth round. The Packers went back to the Auburn well in the sixth round, drafting kicker Anders Carlson the No. 207 overall pick.

Wooden is the third defensive lineman taken by the Packers, joining Lukas Van Ness and Karl Brooks. While Van Ness will be an edge rusher and Brooks will play inside, at 279 pounds Wooden is sort of in between positions, but he sees that as one of his strengths.

"I feel like my versatility is my biggest weapon," Wooden said in an interview on packers.com. "The ability to play inside and outside. So, me using my quickness on the guards, pass-rush situations and passing downs I feel like the matchup favors me."

Pappoe was one of the top performers at the NFL Combine, posting the top 40-yard dash, bench press and 10-yard split among all linebackers participating.

After five years in Auburn’s placekicker position, Anders Carlson will continue his career in Green Bay, seemingly replacing veteran Mason Crosby. Crosby just completed his 16th season with the Packers, but he remains a free agent after issues with kickoffs last season. Carlson is the first kicker Green Bay has drafted since taking Crosby over 15 years ago.

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