The Green Bay Packers selected offensive tackle Sean Rhyan from UCLA with the 92nd overall pick in round 3 of the NFL Draft Friday night.
According to the Packers, Rhyan is a three-year starter at left tackle.
"Rhyan (6-5, 321) started 31 games over the past three seasons, earning first-team All-Pac-12 honors from the league's coaches and second-team recognition from the media last season," the Packers said in a news release Friday.
Rhyan became a starter as a freshman in 2019. He earned All-America honors from multiple outlets.
The Packers say he was the first true freshman to start a season opener at the tackle position for UCLA in seven years.
The Packers also traded up and picked wide receiver Christian Watson from North Dakota State with the 34th pick in round 2 Friday night.
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All three of the Packers’ first-round picks over the last two years have been Georgia defensive players.
They took Bulldogs cornerback Eric Stokes with the 29th overall selection last year.