Undrafted Free Agents

Discussion in 'NFL General Discussion' started by VikingsFan28, Apr 28, 2013.

  1. VikingsFan28

    VikingsFan28 Wherever Alex Morgan is

    Thought I would make a thread to discuss UDFAs

    Vikings :
    Colin Anderson, TE, Furman
    Brandan Bishop, FS, North Carolina State
    Nicolas Edwards, WR, Eastern Washington
    Darius Eubanks, FS, Georgia Southern
    Erik Highsmith, WR, North Carolina
    Zach Line, RB/FB, SMU
    Marquis Jackson, DE, Portland State
    Robbie Rouse, RB, Fresno State
    Rayon Simmons, RB, Winona State
    Rodney Smith, WR, Florida State
    Collins Ukwu, DE, Kentucky
    James Vandenberg, QB, Iowa
    Camden Wentz, C, North Carolina State
    Jamaal White, SS, Northwestern State
    Jerodia Williams, RB, Furman
    Nathan Williams, LB, Ohio State

    On another note Duke WR Conner Vernon signed with the Raiders. Oakland got a great player, leading receiver in ACC history
  2. 86WARD

    86WARD -


    Brian ArnfeltDE6-4298Northwestern
    Alan Baxter LB6-0238Northern Illinois
    Nik EmbernateG6-4304San Diego State
    Reggie DunnWR5-9178Utah
    Mike Farrell T6-6303 Penn State
    Mike Golic, Jr.T6-4300Notre Dame
    Cordian HagansDE6-4299Louisiana-Lafayette
    Chris HubbardG6-4286UAB
    Omar HunterDT6-0318Florida
    Luke IngramLS6-5258Hawaii
    Joe Madsen C6-3310West Virginia
    Curtis McNealRB5-7191USC
    Ivory Wade C6-4313Baylor
    Anthony WhiteDT6-1335Michigan State
    J.D. WoodsWR6-0203West Virginia
  3. mj1987us26

    mj1987us26 Super

    Miami Dolphins:
    Chad Bumphis, WR, Mississippi State – 5-11 200
    Michael Clay, OLB, Oregon – 5-11 225
    Kyle Martens, P, Rice – 6-5 225
    Jordan Kovacs, DB, Michigan – 6-0 195
    Jasper Collins, WR, Mount Union – 5-10 185
    Taylor Stockemer, WR, Arkansas State – 6-4 215
    Eric Bergman, OL, Southern Illinois – 6-3 250
    Chris Burnette, DT, Old Dominion – 6-3 285
    Rob McCabe, MLB, Georgetown – 6-1 225
    Alonzo Highsmith, OLB, Arkansas – 6-1 230
    Emeka Onyenekwu, DE, LA-Lafayette – 6-3 250
    Brandon Ogletree, OLB, BYU – 5-11 230
    Clay Belton, QB, Findlay – 6-6 230
    Cameron Marshall, RB, Arizona State – 5-11 215
    Keelan Johnson, S, Arizona State – 6-0 210
    A.J. Francis, DT, Maryland – 6-5 310
    Terrell Sinkfield, WR, Northern Iowa – 6-0 190 (4.19 40 yard dash)
  4. DontKnowMe

    DontKnowMe Anti-Social Networker

    Houston Texans

    QB Collin Klein (Kansas State)
    RB Ray Graham (Pittsburgh)
    RB Dennis Johnson (Arkansas)
    RB George Winn (Cincinnati)
    RB Cierre Wood (Notre Dame)
    FB Zach Boren (Ohio State)
    WR Marlon Brown (Georgia)
    WR Andy Cruse (Ohio)
    WR Alec Lemon (Syracuse)
    WR Ozoma Nwachukwu (Texas A&M)
    WR Michael Smith (Connecticut)
    T Dann O’Neill (Western Michigan)
    G Alex Kupper (Louisville)
    G Bryan Collins (SMU)

    DE Earl Okine (Florida)
    LB Justin Tuggle (Kansas State)
    ILB Ja’Gared Davis (SMU)
    ILB Evan Frierson (Illinois State)
    CB Johnny Adams (Michigan State)
    CB A.J. Bouye (Central Florida)
    CB Travis Howard (Ohio State)
    S Orhian Johnson (Ohio State)
    S Jawanza Starling (USC)

    Special teams
    P Andre Shapiro (Fresno State)
  5. Buck Fenson

    Buck Fenson formerly Jake from State Farm

    Shawne Alston – Running Back, West Virginia (5-11, 236): Alston played four seasons for the Mountaineers, serving as a short yardage and goal line specialist. Playing in 37 career contests, he rushed 234 times for 1,068 yards (4.6 avg.) with 19 touchdowns and also registered six receptions for 14 yards. As a senior, Alston carried 75 times for 386 yards (5.1 avg.) and seven touchdowns in seven contests.

    Glenn Foster – Defensive End, Illinois (6-4, 285): The Chicago native was a two-year starter at defensive tackle for the Illini, posting 73 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, four sacks and an interception. As a senior in 2012, he started all 12 games at defensive tackle, totaling 31 tackles, 5.5 stops for a loss and 2.5 sacks.

    Ryan Griffin – Quarterback, Tulane (6-5, 206): Griffin was a four-year starter for the Green Wave who appeared in 42 games with 39 starts, completing 836-of-1,396 passes for 9,026 yards, 79 touchdowns and 35 interceptions. The Westlake Village, Calif. native set Tulane career marks in attempts, completions, and completion percentage, finishing ranked second in passing yards, passing yards per game (214.9), attempts per game, completions per game, and 300-yard passing games (10). As a senior, Griffin started all nine games he played in and was named honorable-mention All-Conference USA after leading the team in total offense (2,644), attempts (394), completions (245), yardage (2,771), touchdowns (20) and passing efficiency (132.43), ranking second in the conference in passing yards per game (307.9). The Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game MVP completed 14-of-18 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns in the contest.

    Josh Hill – Tight End, Idaho State (6-5, 229): Hill started all 11 games he played in as a senior and finished ranked second on the team in receptions as he hauled in 70 passes for 630 yards and five touchdowns while being named to the second team All-Big Sky and the Big Sky All-Academic team. The Blackfoot, Id. native collected 143 receptions for 1,270 yards and nine touchdowns in his career at Idaho State.

    Ryan Lacy – Cornerback, Utah (5-9, 186): Lacy was a two-year starter for the Utes, posting career totals of 80 tackles, one sack, four stops for a loss, five interceptions, 16 passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. As a senior, he posted 22 tackles, two picks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery for a touchdown. As a junior, he earned honorable mention All-Pac 12 as he made 51 tackles, two picks and 10 passes defensed.

    Tim Lelito – Guard, Grand Valley State (6-4, 315): Lelito started 45 consecutive games for Grand Valley State and was a two-time First-Team All-GLIAC selection. The St. Clair, Mich. native helped the Laker offense rank second in total offense (474.4) and scoring offense (41.9) last season while he was named the GLIAC Offensive Lineman of the Year.

    Eric Martin – Linebacker, Nebraska (6-2, 250): Martin, who will compete at linebacker in the Saints’ 3-4 alignment, moved into the starting lineup for the Cornhuskers as a senior at defensive end in 2012 and led the team with 8.5 sacks and 18 tackles for a loss, earning First Team All-Big Ten honors by writers and the Big Ten Network.

    Elliot Mealer – Center, Michigan (6-5, 308): Mealer appeared in 50 career contests for Michigan along the offensive line and on special teams. The Wauseon, Ohio native started all 13 games at center for the Wolverines as a redshirt senior in 2012.

    Keavon Milton – Tight End, Louisiana-Monroe (6-4, 293): The Canton, Texas, native appeared in 45 career games for the Warhawks and totaled 220 receiving yards on 25 receptions with four touchdowns. Milton appeared in all 13 games as a senior and finished with career-highs in receptions (14) and receiving yards (146) as he helped lead his team to an Advocare Independence Bowl appearance.

    Kevin Redrod – Linebacker, North Carolina (6-1, 246): In four seasons with the Tar Heels, appearing in 50 games with 43 starts at middle linebacker, the New Bern, N.C. native posted career totals of 275 tackles, 36 stops for a loss, 8.5 sacks, two interceptions, 16 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. As a senior, the All-ACC selection by league coaches paced UNC with 85 tackles, 6.5 sacks, a league-best 18.5 stops for a loss, two forced fumbles and six passes defensed.

    Rayford Shipman – Linebacker, Central Florida (6-5, 242): Shipman played in 22 games for Central Florida and recorded 126 tackles (56 solo), eight tackles for a loss of 15 yards, four passes defensed and one interception after transferring from Florida where he played guard for the Gators basketball team. The Miramar, Fla. native started 12 games as a redshirt senior and amassed 91 tackles with 3.5 tackles for loss while being voted onto the Conference USA All-Academic Team.

    Rod Sweeting – Cornerback, Georgia Tech (6-0, 187): Sweeting, whose 54 games played in his career tied for first in Ramblin Wreck history, was a two-year starter at cornerback and posted career totals of 160 tackles, one sack, five interceptions, 24 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. As a senior in 2012, he posted 58 tackles, six tackles for a loss, a sack, an interception, seven passes defensed and one fumble recovery, his pick coming against Florida State QB E.J. Manuel in the ACC Championship game.

    Chase Thomas – Linebacker, Stanford (6-3, 241): Thomas appeared in 52 games with 47 starts at both defensive end and outside linebacker at Stanford, finishing with 229 tackles, 27.5 sacks, 50.5 stops for a loss, two interceptions, nine forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. An All-Pac 12 Conference first-team choice as a senior by league coaches and media, the Marietta, Ga. native finished second on the team with 71 tackles, tied for second with 14.5 stops for a loss and filled up the stat sheet with 7.5 sacks, one interception, four passes defensed, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.
  6. Walnuts

    Walnuts All-Pro

    Chase Thomas might be nice down the road.
  7. Jihad Joe

    Jihad Joe Life to Infidels

    Woods would do very well in Texas's scheme

    Sent from my HTC Vivid
  8. Buck Fenson

    Buck Fenson formerly Jake from State Farm

    I hope we get a couple of players out of this group.