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2013 NFL Draft: Top 10 undrafted underclassmenBy Dane Brugler | NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst
April 27, 2013 8:40 pm ET
With 254 picks announced, the 2013 NFL Draft is complete and it's time to look at what is left on the board. Assessing the prospects who weren't drafted, there were several underclassmen who decided to skip their remaining college eligibility to enter the draft, but have gone undrafted.

A record 73 underclassmen entered the draft early, but only 50 (or 68.5%) heard their name called in the 2013 NFL Draft, leaving 23 undrafted. The percentage of underclassmen drafted has declined considerably over the past five years:

2013: 50/73 (68.5%)
2012: 44/65 (67.7%)
2011: 43/56 (76.8%)
2010: 46/53 (86.8%)
2009: 41/46 (89.1%)

Let's look at 10 underclassmen in this class who decided to leave school early, but surprisingly will have to make their mark in the NFL as an undrafted free agent.

10. DT Brandon Moore, Texas (6-5, 317, 5.27)

A surprise early entrée, Moore stated his dreams to play in the NFL as his main reason for leaving Texas early after only one season in Austin. He transferred from East Mississippi Community College and started five games for the Longhorns, but his 2012 neck injury might have been a strong factor as to why he went undrafted.

9. OG Alvin Bailey, Arkansas (6-3, 312, 4.95)

Bailey started every game of his collegiate career (38 starts) with time at both left and right guard. He has intriguing size and power, but is a limited athlete and very inconsistent, too easily abandoning his fundamentals as a blocker. At a position like guard, teams are less likely to take a chance on players with questions like Bailey.

8. OT Chris Faulk, LSU (6-5, 331, 5.08)

Faulk became the full-time starter at left tackle as a sophomore, but started just one game in 2012 after a knee injury that required separate surgeries on his MCL and ACL. Despite missing almost all of his junior year, he decided to skip his final season and go pro. The questions about his knee were likly a large factor as to why he went undrafted.

7. RB Michael Ford, LSU (5-10, 210, 4.50)

Ford arrived at LSU as a top high school recruit and led the team in rushing in 2011, but was part of a committee backfield in 2012. He has a thick build to run over defenders, but he lacks a natural feel between the tackles. Ford's shortcomings as a pass-catcher and blocker were likely also strong factors to him going undrafted.

6. DT Kwame Geathers, Georgia (6-6, 342, 5.44)

The latest player from the Geathers family to make the jump to the NFL, Kwame has the size and length that cannot be taught. But he was nothing more than a part-time player at Georgia and struggled to make much of an impact. Geathers likely should have returned to school and proved he can make an impact, but not many humans are built like him.

5. Cierre Wood, Notre Dame (5-11, 213, 4.56)

Although he had an up-and-down collegiate career, Wood flashed NFL talent throughout his time in South Bend and has the skills to contribute in a zone-blocking scheme. But lackluster production and some off-field questions (two-game 2012 suspension for breaking team rules) made him not worthy of a draft pick.

4. FS Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma (5-11, 213, 4.75)

Jefferson emerged as an impact starter as a true freshman in 2010 in a hybrid nickel safety role and was productive the past three seasons for the Sooners. But poor tackling technique and concerns about his body holding up at the next level were both major factors that saw him slip down boards, eventually going undrafted.

3. CB Nickell Robey, USC (5-7, 169, 4.53)

Robey started every game the past three seasons for the Trojans with steady production, finishing his college career with seven interceptions. He has only average speed, but the reason he went undrafted is something out of his control: his height. If only a few inches taller, Robey would have been an early round pick, but at just 5-7 ¼", NFL teams weren't willing to take the chance.

2. WR Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech (6-3, 217, 4.52)

Once considered a first round prospect, Rogers led the SEC in catches in 2011, but was dismissed from Tennessee prior to the 2012 season due to multiple failed drug tests and issues with the coaching staff. He wound up at Tennessee Tech and was productive at the FCS-level in 2012 and kept his nose clean, but the damage was already done. Considered a first round talent by some, the talent wasn't enough to overlook the maturity concerns.

1. QB Tyler Bray, Tennessee (6-6, 232, 5.05)

The most surprising undrafted prospect, underclassman or not, was the former Tennessee passer. He has top-shelf arm talent and can make all the throws necessary at the NFL level with ease, but the off-field concerns and shortcomings above the shoulders were likely too much to overlook for pro teams. Bray is an example of prospect that has all the physical tools imaginable, but the below average intangibles likely took him off the board entirely for most teams.

2013 NFL Draft: Top 30 undrafted prospectsBy Dane Brugler | NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst
April 27, 2013 9:23 pm ET
For various reasons, several talented prospects went undrafted this weekend, the most notable being Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray. As teams scramble to sign free agents, these are NFLDraftScout.com's top 30 prospects who didn't hear their name called in the 2013 NFL Draft:

1. QB Tyler Bray, Tennessee (6-6, 232, 5.05)
2. WR Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech (6-3, 217, 4.52)
3. QB Matt Scott, Arizona (6-2, 213, 4.69)
4. OG Alvin Bailey, Arkansas (6-3, 312, 4.95)
5. OLB Chase Thomas, Stanford (6-3, 244, 4.91)
6. ILB Kevin Reddick, North Carolina (6-1, 243, 4.72)
7. OLB Lerentee McCray, Florida (6-2, 250, 4.74)
8. FS Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma (5-11, 213, 4.75)
9. OT Xavier Nixon, Florida (6-6, 321, 5.23)
10. OLB Etienne Sabino, Ohio State (6-2, 247, 4.75)
11. OLB Brandon Magee, Arizona State (5-11, 223, 4.74)
12. SS Cody Davis, Texas Tech (6-2, 204, 4.41)
13. FB Lonnie Pryor, Florida State (6-0, 227, 4.70)
14. DE Eric Martin, Nebraska (6-1, 237, 4.56)
15. RB Michael Ford, LSU (5-10, 210, 4.50)
16. CB Nickell Robey, Southern Cal (5-7, 169, 4.53)
17. OT Chris Faulk, LSU (6-5, 331, 5.08)
18. OLB Keith Pough, Howard (6-2, 239, 4.90)
19. C Braxston Cave, Notre Dame (6-3, 303, 5.33)
20. DL Lawrence Okoye (6-6, 308, 4.80)
21. WR Conner Vernon, Duke (6-0, 196, 4.68)
22. RB Cierre Wood, Notre Dame (5-11, 213, 4.56)
23. FB Zach Line, SMU (6-1, 232, 4.77)
24. TE Ryan Otten, San Jose State (6-5, 230, 4.73)
25. OLB Jake Knott, Iowa State (6-2, 243, 4.68)
26. WR Zach Rogers, Tennessee (6-0, 179, 4.49)
27. C PJ Lonergan, LSU (6-3, 304, 5.38)
28. CB Johnny Adams, Michigan State (5-10, 185, 4.48)
29. DT Cory Grissom, South Florida (6-2, 306, 5.31)
30. CB Adrian Bushell, Louisville (5-10, 186, 4.58)

2013 Draft: Jaguars sign QBs Scott, RodgersBy Jeff Reynolds | NFLDraftScout.com

Arizona quarterback Matt Scott and Vanderbilt's Jordan Rodgers signed as undrafted free agents with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Scott reunites with Frank Scelfo, who was the quarterbacks coach at Arizona and holds the same position in Jacksonville. He has 30 years' coaching experience.

Rodgers doesn't have the arm, athleticism, accuracy or affluence of big brother Aaron. He's a punky pocket passer, much different than Scott -- a hybrid quarterback with wheels but not a sharp ability to needle the ball through tight passing windows.

The Jaguars present an opportunity, even if not in the short term, for Scott to carve a niche and potentially win the starting job.

Former first-round pick Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne are splitting first-team reps this summer for the Jaguars. Neither has had sustained success in the NFL.

Scott was projected as a third- or fourth-round pick by NFLDraftScout.com. He's 6 feet 3, 213 pounds with a 4.63 40 but showed enough polish at his pro day in Tucson -- on the heels of an eye-opening session at the Scouting Combine -- that many projected he could be selected even higher.

This just in -- it wasn't the year of the quarterback. Only three -- EJ Manuel, Geno Smith and Mike Glennon -- were drafted in the first three rounds.

Top undrafted rookies following 2013 NFL DraftBy Gil Brandt NFL.com

Senior Analyst

Here are the top players who were not selected in the 2013 NFL Draft:


1. Tyler Bray, Tennessee
2. Matt Scott, Arizona
3. James Vandenberg, Iowa
4. Coby Cameron, Louisiana Tech
5. Jeff Tuel, Washington State
6. Dayne Crist, Kansas
7. Collin Klein, Kansas State
8. Ryan Griffin, Tulane

Running backs

1. Zach Line, SMU
2. Cierre Wood, Notre Dame
3. Lonnie Pryor, Florida State
4. C.J. Anderson, California
5. Ray Graham, Pittsburgh
6. Michael Ford, LSU
7. Miguel Maysonet, Stony Brook
8. Onterio McCalebb, Auburn
9. Matthew Tucker, TCU
10. Eric Breitenstein, Wofford

Wide receivers

1. Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech
2. Lanear Sampson, Baylor
3. Jasper Collins, Mount Union
4. Mark Harrison, Rutgers
5. Ryan Spadola, Lehigh
6. Conner Vernon, Duke
7. T.J. Moe, Missouri
8. Rodney Smith, Florida State
9. Marlon Brown, Georgia
10. Alec Lemon, Syracuse

Tight ends

1. Ryan Otten, San Jose State
2. Matt Furstenberg, Maryland
3. MarQueis Gray, Minnesota (college QB)
4. Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State
5. Jack Doyle, Western Kentucky
6. Joseph Fauria, UCLA
7. Phil Lutzenkirchen, Auburn
8. Kyler Reed, Nebraska
9. Ben Cotton, Nebraska
10. Joe Don Duncan, Dixie State

Offensive linemen

1. LaAdrian Waddle (OT), Texas Tech
2. Emmett Cleary (OT), Boston College
3. Xavier Nixon (OT), Florida
4. Nick Becton (OT), Virginia Tech
5. Braxston Cave ©, Notre Dame
6. Stephane Milhim (G), Massachusetts
7. John Wetzel (OT), Boston College
8. Reid Fragel (OT), Ohio State
9. Lamar Mady (G), Youngstown State
10. Jamaal Johnson-Webb (OT), Alabama A&M

Defensive linemen

1. Cory Grissom (DT), South Florida
2. Kwame Geathers (NT), Georgia
3. T.J. Barnes (DT), Georgia Tech
4. Mike Purcell (DT), Wyoming
5. Damion Square (DE), Alabama
6. Larry Black (DT), Indiana
7. Joseph Carter (DE), Nebraska
8. Glenn Foster (DE), Illinois
9. Darrington Sentimore (DT), Tennessee
10. Abry Jones (DT), Georgia


1. Chase Thomas (OLB), Stanford
2. Nate Williams (OLB), Ohio State
3. Jonathan Stewart (ILB), Texas A&M
4. Lerentee McCray (OLB), Florida
5. Jake Knott (OLB), Iowa State
6. Travis Long (OLB), Washington State
7. John Lotulelei (ILB), UNLV
8. Tom Wort (ILB), Oklahoma
9. Brandon McGee (OLB), Arizona State
10. Mike Clancy (ILB), Boston College

Defensive backs

1. Nickell Robey (CB), USC
2. Mike Edwards (CB), Hawaii
3. Robert Lester (FS), Alabama
4. Ryan Lacy (CB), Utah
5. Troy Stoudermire (CB), Minnesota
6. Sheldon Price (CB), UCLA
7. Johnny Adams (CB), Michigan State
8. Jordan Kovacs (SS), Michigan
9. Ray Polk (FS), Colorado
10. Rontez Miles (FS), California (Pa.)

Follow Gil Brandt on Twitter @Gil_Brandt.

Quarterbacks highlight top undrafted free-agent listBy Gil Brandt NFL.com

Senior Analyst

Last season, 59 undrafted rookie free agents made Week 1 rosters, including Justin Tucker, the kicker for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. If that's not enough convincing on importance of the priority free agents, then consider that there are 15 members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame who went undrafted.

These players still have a chance of finding the right situation to succeed:

1. Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee -- Bray came out of school early to pursue a career in the NFL. He had better success at the end of the 2012 season than at the beginning, and displayed probably the strongest arms of any quarterback in this year's draft class.

2. Jeff Tuel, QB, Washington State -- Mike Leach, the coach at Washington State, called me about a week ago and said that he thought Tuel had a real good chance of developing into an NFL starting quarterback in time. Tuel is a developmental prospect with the ability to be an eventual starter in the right situation.

3. LaAdrian Waddle, OT, Texas Tech -- He has height and long arms, which are needed to play offensive tackle in the NFL, but he's probably only a right tackle as a pro.

4. Ryan Otten, TE, San Jose State -- I think he was overlooked. Otten has a chance to be a starter in the NFL.

5. Matt Scott, QB, Arizona -- Coach Rich Rodriguez described Scott as the best quarterback prospect he's coached in 23 years. This is a very athletic quarterback.

6. Robert Lester, FS, Alabama -- Lester was a three-year starter for coach Nick Saban at Alabama. That's saying something. To be a starter for Saban for that long means Lester has been taught real well.

7. Cory Grissom, DT, South Florida -- Grissom is a very active player with the measurables you want in an NFL defensive end.

8. Emmett Cleary, OT, Boston College -- Cleary played left tackle at Boston College, but he might not be able to do that in the NFL. He is a big, long-armed player whose best spot might be right tackle.

9. Chase Thomas, OLB, Stanford -- Thomas doesn't have great speed, but is a very active, smart player who has great recognition.

10. Kwame Geathers, NT, Georgia -- The history in the game of the Geathers family means Kwame has the pedigree to perform in the pros.

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Michael Ford, RB, LSU - Bears

Cierre Wood, RB, Notre Dame - Texans

Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh - Texans

Steelers pickups:

1. DT Omar Hunter - Florida2. OL Mike Golic Jr. - Notre Dame3. WR J.D. Woods - WVU4. WR Reggie Dunn - Utah5. OL Chris Hubbard - UAB6. OL Ivory Wade - Baylor7. T Mike Farrell - Penn State8. DL Brian Arnfelt - Northwestern9. DT Antoine Hopkins - Virginia Tech10. C Joe Madsen - WVU11. LS Luke Ingram - Hawaii12. DT Anthony Rashad White - MSU

Green Bay

  • Lane Taylor, OG, Oklahoma St.
  • Ben Erickson, S, Illinois St.
  • Matt Brown, QB, Illinois St.
  • Gilbert Pena, DT, Mississippi
  • Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
  • Patrick Lewis, C, Texas A&M
  • Andy Mulumba, DE/OLB, Eastern Michigan
  • Angelo Pease, RB, Kansas State
For the Panthers

Michigan DE Craig Roh
South Carolina LB Damario Jeffery
Alabama S Robert Lester
Louisiana Tech QB Colby Cameron
Rice TE Taylor Cook
Louisiana Lafayette CB Melvin White
Penn State FB Michael Zordich
Jacksonville State G Tori Mobley
Sam Houston State WR Trey Diller
William & Mary DL Bryan Jean-Pierre
Wheaton OT Jesse Peterson
Georgia Tech LS Tyler Morgan
USC DE/OLB Wes Horton
Abilene Christian K Morgan Lineberry
Colorado State P Pete Kontodiakos
For the Lions:

Cody Wilson Central Michigan’s leading receiver with 74 catches last year, signed with the Lions as an undrafted free agent tonight.

Western Michigan quarterback Alex Carder, Albany linebacker John Morgan, Ohio center Skyler Allen, UCLA tight end Joseph Fauria, Appalachian State running back Steven Miller, Texas Tech offensive tackle LaAdrian Waddle, Kentucky cornerback Martavius Neloms and Ball State offensive lineman Austin Holtz also signed with the Lions.



Jamaine Cook, RB, Youngstown State

Travis Tannahill, TE, Kansas State

Dave Kruger, DT, Utah

Ricky Tunstall, DB, Delaware

Aaron Adams, OT, Eastern Kentucky

Josh Aubrey, DB, Stephen F. Austin

Braxston Cave, C, Notre Dame

Ryan Aplin, QB, Arkansas State

Perez Ashford, WR, Northern Illinois

Dominique Croom, WR, Central Arkansas

Cordell Roberson, WR, Stephen F. Austin

Chris Faulk, OL, LSU

Mike Edwards, WR, UTEP

Garrett Hoskins, TE, Eastern Michigan

Martin Wallace, OT, Temple

Justin Staples, DE, Illinois

Ryan McWethy, S, Wisconsin-Platteville

Mike Niam, LB, Wofford (tryout basis)

Caylin Hauptmann, OL, FIU

Keenan Davis, WR, Iowa


Arizona QB Matt ScottCincinnati LB Maalik BomarNevada OT Jeff NadyMurray State OL Roddy TomlinAlabama LS Carson TinkerGeorgia DT Abry JonesVanderbilt CB Trey WilsonSan Jose State TE Ryan OttenNevada LB Jeremiah GreenVirginia OLB La'Roy ReynoldsVanderbilt QB Jordan RodgersFlorida State FB Lonnie PryorSouth Carolina K Adam YatesIllinois State LB Mike ZimmerRutgers OT R.J. DillOle Miss DT Uriah GrantGeorgia Tech DT T.J. BarnesNebraska FB Kyler ReedMassachusetts G Stephane Milhim


• Marvin Burdette, LB (UAB) – Height: 5’9” Weight: 232lbs Speed: 4.7• Ricky Barnum, OG (Michigan) – Height: 6’2” Weight: 297lbs Speed: 5.56• Jason Thompson, WR (University of New Haven) – Height: 6’3” Weight: 190lbs Speed: 4.55• RJ Mattes, OT (N.C. State) – Height: 6’6” Weight: 321lbs Speed: 5.28• Jeremy Kimbrough, MLB (Appalachian State) – Height: 5’9” Weight: 235lbs Speed: 4.58• Xavier Nixon, OT (Florida) – Height: 6’6” Weight: 321lbs Speed: 5:23• Will Compton, LB (Nebraska) – Height: 6’1” Weight: 230lbs Speed: 4.63• Jacoby Ashworth, OL (Houston) – Height: 6’4” Weight: 305lbs Speed: 5.25• Kyle Wilborn, C (Troy) – Height: 6’3” Weight: 296lbs Speed: 5.26• Chip Reeves, WR (Troy) – Height: 5’11” Weight: 176lbs Speed: 4.60• Seth Thomas, CB (McNeese State) – Height: 5’8” Weight: 182lbs Speed: 4.73• Tevita Stevens, C (Utah) – Height: 6’1” Weight: 307lbs Speed: 5.31• Skye Dawson, WR (TCU) – Height: 5’9” Weight: 160lbs Speed: 4.4• Josh Jarobe, WR (Arkansas State) – Height: 6’3” Weight: 196 Speed: 4.55• Nick Williams, WR (UConn) – Height: 5’9” Weight: 184lbs Speed: 4.62

St. Louis Rams

Brett Baer, K, Lousiana Lafayette

Braden Brown, OT, BYU

Benny Cunningham, RB, Middle Tennessee State

Cody Davis, S, Texas Tech

Michael Gillard, MLB, Georgia

Philip Lutzenkirchen, TE, Auburn

Graham Pocic, OL, Illinois

Gerald Rivers, DE, Ole Miss

Philip Steward, LB, Houston

Carolina Panthers


Colby Cameron, QB, Louisiana Tech

Taylor Cook, TE, Rice

Trey Diller, WR, Sam Houston State

Wes Horton, DE, Southern Cal

Bryan Jean-Pierre, DL, William & Mary

Damario Jeffery, LB, South Carolina

Pete Kontodiakos, P, Colorado State

Robert Lester, S, Alabama

Morgan Lineberry, K, Abilene Christian

Tori Mobley, G, Jacksonville State

Tyler Morgan, LS, Georgia Tech

Jesse Peterson, OT, Wheaton

Craig Roh, DE, Michigan

Melvin White, CB, Louisiana Lafayette


Nate Montana reported invited to 49ers' minicampBy Marc Sessler

Around the League Writer

Duron Carter will get an opportunity with his father's Minnesota Vikings, so it only makes sense that the undrafted son of Joe Montana is bound for San Francisco.

Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports that the 49ers have invited Nate Montana to attend their upcoming rookie minicamp, according to the quarterback's agent. Montana, 23, put forth a positive showing at the team's local pro day earlier this month.

Like Duron, the pass-catching son of receiver Cris Carter, Nate is a stretch to make an NFL roster.

"It's going to be hard for him to transition to the next level," NFL.com's Bucky Brooks told Around the League before the draft. "His passes don't have zip. He has difficulty making pro throws."

Montana's wandering four-stop college experience saw him flame out at Notre Dame before landing with Division II West Virginia Wesleyan, where he topped the conference with 2,480 passing yards and 19 touchdowns in 2012.

Some of the juiciest story lines out of the draft come from the crop of free-agents plucked up afterward. Nate latching on with the 49ers would only deepen the mythology of the Montana family in the Bay Area, but reality makes this a long shot.

Follow Marc Sessler on Twitter @MarcSesslerNFL.

Duron Carter, Cris Carter's son, set to sign with VikingsBy Marc Sessler

Around the League Writer

The Minnesota Vikings hope that one of their many undrafted free agents has a little bit of his father in him.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday that the Vikings will sign wide receiver Duron Carter, the son of former Vikings Hall of Fame pass-catcher Cris Carter, who confirmed the move to The Star Tribune.

Duron floated from Ohio State to Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College, and from Alabama to Florida Atlantic during a college odyssey repeatedly derailed by academic woes.

"He. Just. Hates. (Bleeping). School," Cris Carter told USA Today's Mike Garafolo earlier this month.

His father insists Duron will thrive in a football-only environment, saying, "I know there aren't a lot of better receivers than him in this draft."

Duron's former Coffeyville quarterback, Cayden Cochran, remains unimpressed, calling the wideout on Twitter, "the most lazy, whiny & non-work ethic player the nfl has ever seen ... Horrible person & will be a complete cancer to any team on the board."

Opinions on Duron are all over the map, but the Vikings haven't taken a risk by adding him to their class of undrafted free agents. If Duron matures and blooms, they've unearthed a gem. If he doesn't, the Vikings will move on without a care.

Follow Marc Sessler on Twitter @MarcSesslerNFL.
Some serious competition for third RB spot in Houston. They signed 4 undrafted backs:

Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh

Dennis Johnson, RB, Arkansas

George Winn, RB, Cincinnati

Cierre Wood, RB, Notre Dame

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Some serious competition for third RB spot in Houston. They signed 4 undrafted backs:

Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh

Dennis Johnson, RB, Arkansas

George Winn, RB, Cincinnati

Cierre Wood, RB, Notre Dame
"Four backs enter, one back leaves"

Donnybrook said:
Some serious competition for third RB spot in Houston. They signed 4 undrafted backs:

Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh

Dennis Johnson, RB, Arkansas

George Winn, RB, Cincinnati

Cierre Wood, RB, Notre Dame
Ben Tate's contract is up after this season.

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Michael Hill RB - Chargers - I might have been wrong about where he would get drafted but I am sure he is ultra talented and someone to keep an eye on.

EBF said:
The Dolphins signed Arizona State RB Cameron Marshall.
Dolphins also got WR Marcus Davis from what I gather.

Nice signing for them, IMO.
This seems to indicate Marcus Davis went to the Giants.

Interesting. I think he had said #Dolphins on Twitter at some point.

Don't like the NYG spot as much myself. I think Miami's WR corps is vulnerable despite the huge $$$ they committed to Wallace.

The Giants have a real logjam. Best he can hope for is to make the roster or practice squad as a developmental guy.

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EBF said:
The Dolphins signed Arizona State RB Cameron Marshall.
Dolphins also got WR Marcus Davis from what I gather.

Nice signing for them, IMO.
This seems to indicate Marcus Davis went to the Giants.

Interesting. I think he had said #Dolphins on Twitter at some point.

Don't like the NYG spot as much myself. I think Miami's WR corps is vulnerable despite the huge $$$ they committed to Wallace.

The Giants have a real logjam. Best he can hope for is to make the roster or practice squad as a developmental guy.
logjam? Barden and Hixon both moved on, so they have to a few roster spots up for grabs

Per rototworld.com:

Undrafted rookie WR Mark Harrison failed his Bears physical and will return to free agency.
The sides had agreed to terms on a UDFA contract, but Harrison is recovering from foot surgery and wasn't medically cleared at rookie minicamp. The Bears are expected to "revisit" re-signing Harrison at a later date, though he could now also land elsewhere. Harrison was one of this year's top UDFA wideouts.

Marcus Davis was waived by the Giants after just two days of rookie camp. :o

Wow. He must've been just awful in drills or he must have the worst attitude of any human ever.

You know it's bad when you can't even make it to training camp.

Horrible. Very surprised by that. Saw it and took a shot on Robbie Rouse over Davis at the end of the 5th in a rookie draft that just ended.


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