GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's a little harder to tell which undrafted rookie the Green Bay Packers liked best this year.
That's because this year a total of 10 college free agents received the top signing bonus of $5,000 when they signed with the Packers.
In 2013, they gave undrafted guard Lane Taylor a $7,000 signing bonus. He also made the team.
With that in mind, here's a look at the signing bonuses paid to the Packers undrafted rookies this season, according to ESPN Stats & Information salary data:
Ricky Collins, WR, Texas A&M-Commerce
Adrian Coxson, WR, Stony Brook
John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State
Tavarus Dantzler, LB, Bethune-Cookman
LaDarius Gunter, CB, Miami
Mitchell Henry, TE, Western Kentucky
Jimmie Hunt, WR, Missouri
Jermauria Rasco, LB, LSU
Matt Rotheram, G, Pittsburgh
James Vaughters, LB, Stanford
Larry Pinkard, WR, Old Dominion
Fabbians Ebbele, T, Arizona
No signing bonus
NFL teams are allowed to spend up to $86,957 on signing bonuses for undrafted rookies. The Packers have spent $70,000 on theirs. All 18 of the Packers' signees agreed to three-year deals with NFL minimum base salaries of $435,000 in 2015, $525,000 in 2016 and $615,000 in 2017. None of those base salaries is guaranteed.