The Green Bay Packers signed their second and third round draft picks on Thursday, cornerback Josh Jackson and linebacker Oren Burks. all 11 picks are now under contract.
According to Over The Cap, Jackson's deal is over four years worth $6,256,100 with a $2,629,892 signing bonus.
Jackson was selected 45th overall by the Packers in the 2018 NFL Draft. He led the nation in 2017 with eight interceptions and 26 passes defended.
Brooks was selected 88th overall. He made 82 tackles and one interception as a senior at Vanderbilt.
Nine other Packers from this years draft class have already signed: fourth-round receiver J'Mon Moore, fifth-round guard/tackle Cole Madison, fifth-round receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling, sixth-round receiver Equanimeous St. Brown, seventh-round defensive lineman James Looney and seventh-round outside linebacker Kendall Donnerson all inked deals to solidify their rookie season in Titletown.
After reports surfaced over the weekend the Packers signed two of their tryout players, the organization made it official Monday with Notre Dame linebacker Greer Martini and Miami (Ohio) tight end Ryan Smith. The two rookie free agents also took part in the team's rookie orientation.