Green Bay Packers Number One Draft Choices 1936 to 2017

Since the first NFL Draft in 1936, the Green Bay Packers have had 91 number one draft choices. Of those, 7 have been quarterbacks plus 2 tailbacks in the era when tailbacks were the forerunner of quarterbacks, 3 centers, 11 defensive backs, 14 defensive linemen, 19 running backs, 4 guards, 13 linebackers, 3 tight ends, 10 offensive tackles and 4 wide receivers. 2017 marks only the fifth time the team has not had a number one pick. Read about the epic successess and failures of the Dan Devine and Vince Lombardi years in our books on Amazon, now available in paperback and ebook.

Here’s the full list of Green Bay’s numbers ones by year.

Packers First Round Draft Choices

SEL #  PLAYER  POSITION  SCHOOL
2017  No Pick  —
2016  27  Kenny Clark  NT  UCLA
2015  30  Damarious Randall  DB  Arizona State
2014  21  Ha Ha Clinton-Dix  FS  Alabama
2013  26  Datone Jones  DE  UCLA
2012  28  Nick Perry  LB  USC
2011  32  Derek Sherrod  T  Mississippi State
2010  23  Bryan Bulaga  T  Iowa
2009  9  B.J. Raji  NT  Boston College
2009  26  Clay Matthews  LB  USC
2008  No Pick  —
2007  16  Justin Harrell  DT  Tennessee
2006  5  A.J. Hawk  OLB  Ohio State
2005  24  Aaron Rodgers  QB  California
2004  25  Ahmad Carroll  CB  Arkansas
2003  29  Nick Barnett  MLB  Oregon State
2002  20  Javon Walker  WR  Florida State
2001  10  Jamal Reynolds  DE  Florida State
2000  14  Bubba Franks  TE  Miami (Fla.)
1999  25  Antuan Edwards  CB  Clemson
1998  19  Vonnie Holliday  DE  North Carolina
1997  30  Ross Verba  T  Iowa
1996  27  John Michels  T  USC
1995  32  Craig Newsome  CB  Arizona State
1994  16  Aaron Taylor  G  Notre Dame
1993  15  Wayne Simmons  OLB  Clemson
1993  29  George Teague  FS  Alabama
1992  5  Terrell Buckley  CB  Florida State
1991  19  Vinnie Clark  CB  Ohio State
1990  18  Tony Bennett  LB  Mississippi
1990  19  Darrell Thompson  RB  Minnesota
1989  2  Tony Mandarich  OT  Michigan State
1988  7  Sterling Sharpe  WR  South Carolina
1987  4  Brent Fullwood  RB  Auburn
1986  No Pick  —
1985  7  Ken Ruettgers  T  USC
1984  12  Alphonso Carreker  DE  Florida State
1983  11  Tim Lewis  DB  Pittsburgh
1982  22  Ron Hallstrom  T  Iowa
1981  6  Rich Campbell  QB  California
1980  4  Bruce Clark  DT  Penn State
1980  26  George Cumby  LB  Oklahoma
1979  15  Eddie Lee Ivery  RB  Georgia Tech
1978  6  James Lofton  WR  Stanford
1978  26  John Anderson  LB  Michigan
1977  9  Mike Butler  DE  Kansas
1977  28  Ezra Johnson  DE  Morris Brown
1976  23  Mark Koncar  T  Colorado
1975  No Pick  —
1974  12  Barty Smith  RB  Richmond
1973  21  Barry Smith  WR  Florida State
1972  7  Willie Buchanon  DB  San Diego State
1972  11  Jerry Tagge  QB  Nebraska
1971  9  John Brockington  RB  Ohio State
1970  2  Mike McCoy  DT  Notre Dame
1970  16  Rich McGeorge  TE  Elon
1969  12  Rich Moore  DT  Villanova
1968  5  Fred Carr  LB  Texas-El Paso
1968  26  Bill Lueck  G  Arizona
1967  9  Bob Hyland  C  Boston College
1967  25  Don Horn  QB  San Diego State
1966  Jim Grabowski  RB  Illinois
1966  Gale Gillingham  OG  Minnesota
1965  Donny Anderson  RB  Texas Tech
1964  Lloyd Voss  DE  Nebraska
1963  Dave Robinson  LB  Penn State
1962  Earl Gros  RB  Louisiana State
1961  Herb Adderley  DB  Michigan State
1960  Tom Moore  HB  Vanderbilt
1959  1  Randy Duncan  QB  Iowa
1958  Dan Currie  LB  Michigan State
1957  Ron Kramer  OE  Michigan
1957  1  Paul Hornung  HB  Notre Dame
1956  Jack Losch  HB  Miami (Fla.)
1955  Thomas Bettis  LB  Purdue
1954  Veryl Switzer  HB  Kansas State
1954  Art Hunter  C  Notre Dame
1953  Al Carmichael  HB  USC
1952  Babe Parilli  QB  Kentucky
1951  Bob Gain  DT  Kentucky
1950  Clayton Tonnemaker  LB  Minnesota
1949  Stan Heath  QB  Nevada-Reno
1948  Jug Girard  HB  Wisconsin
1947  No Pick  —
1946  Johnny Strzykalski  HB  Marquette
1945  Walt Schlinkman  FB  Texas Tech
1944  7  Merv Pregulman  C  Michigan
1943  Dick Wildung  OT  Minnesota
1942  Urban Odson  T  Minnesota
1941  George Paskvan  FB  Wisconsin
1940  Hal Van Every  TB  Minnesota
1939  Larry Buhler  FB  Minnesota
1938  Cecil Isbell  TB  Purdue
1937  Ed Jankowski  FB  Wisconsin
1936  Russ Letlow  G  San Francisco

Earl Scruggs Revue – Bill Monroe – The Stoneman Family 1971

The Earl Scruggs Revue, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys and The Stoneman Family from 1971. Fantastic group of performers, but especially enjoy the Stonemans, knee high go go boots, mini skirts and mandolin power chords. They don’t make bluegrass music like that anymore.

John Wayne 10 Hours Of Classic Movie Serials

Hurricane Express 1932 Classic Movie Serial from 1932 starring a 25 year old John Wayne. Epic length nearly four hours. When his father is killed in a train wreck, Larry Baker (John Wayne) vows to unmask a mysterious criminal called “The Wrecker,” who has targeted the L&M Railroad for deadly” accidents.

The Three Musketeers 1933 Tom Wayne, played by John Wayne, rescues Clancy, Renard and Schmidt in the Arabian desert and they join him in going after El Shaitan, a bad guy who is never seen as he tries to wipe out the Foreign Legion. Look for Lon Chaney Jr. and Noah Beery Jr. in the supporting cast.

Shadow of the Eagle 1932 The Eagle uses sky writing to make threats against a corporation. Nathan Gregory owns a traveling fairground and is thought to be the Eagle. Craig McCoy (John Wayne) is a pilot who goes looking for the Eagle when Gregory turns up missing.

These movies are in the Public Domain