The Green Bay Packers announced the signing of seven members of their draft class Friday, including former B1G stars Josh Myers and Cole Van Lanen.

Myers was a key piece for Ohio State’s offensive line during his career. He helped anchor the line for the Buckeyes during their run to the National Championship Game this past season. Green Bay took Myers in the second round.

According to Tom Pelissero with the NFL Network, Myers’ contract is a four-year deal worth over $5.5 million:

Van Lanen is a hometown prospect for the Packers who appeared in 45 games during his career with the Badgers. He also had 19 career starts at left tackle during his Wisconsin career and was a sixth-round pick by the Packers.

According to Rob Demovsky with ESPN, Van Lanen’s deal is for four years and is worth north of $3.6 million:

The Packers also kicked off their minicamp on Friday. Best of luck to these two as they begin their NFL careers.