Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports that rookie RB Jermichael Selders ran a 4.41 forty for Packers executive Alonzo Highsmith, who came away impressed with the young running back.
Wilson says that there’s no deal between the Packers Selders as of now, and he’s also generating interest from the Colts and Chargers.
Selders began his college career at the City College of San Francisco before transferring to New Mexico State and red-shirting during the 2013 season. He wound up going undrafted and has yet to secure an NFL opportunity.
In two years at New Mexico State, Selders ran for 70 yards on 14 carries (5 YPC) to go along with a single reception for -1 yards receiving.
We’ll have more regarding Selders and an NFL opportunity as the news is available.