The SEC’s top undrafted players

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Sixty three former SEC players heard their names called over the weekend through the seven-round NFL Draft, but several others who expected to get drafted did not and had to sign free agent deals.

Here are the SEC’s top undrafted players who inked free agent deals:

Quarterback
Tyler Bray, Tennessee (Signed with Chiefs)
Jordan Rodgers, Vanderbilt (Signed with Jaguars)

Running Backs
Michael Ford, LSU (Signed with Bears)
Onterio McCalebb, Auburn (Signed with Bengals)

Wide Receivers
TJ Moe, Missouri (Signed with Patriots)
Marlon Brown, Georgia (Signed with Texans)

Tight End
Phillip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn (Signed with Rams)

Offensive Linemen
Xavier Nixon, Florida (Signed with Redskins)

Defensive Linemen
Kwame Geathers, Georgia (Signed with Chargers)
Damion Square, Alabama (Signed with Eagles)
Abry Jones, Georgia (Signed with Jaguars)

Linebackers
Lerentee McCray, Florida (Signed with Broncos)

Defensive Backs
Robert Lester, Alabama (Signed with Panthers)

Photo Credit: Paul Abell-USA TODAY Sports

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  • There was some moments during this years draft…..Ford,Lutzenkirchen should have been drafted. Jones going down with an injury hurt his stock – he will make a teams roster. Nixon had an up and down career at UF (was really sick and lost a lot of weight one year). I am surprised the bama boys did not get drafted…. Bray must be so much a head case that no team wanted to even bother.

  • The scariest thing about Tyler Bray is his potential. The kid has all of the intangibles, and even recorded the best peak ball speed (59 mph) at the NFL Scouting Combine. I think the knock on Bray is that he’s never really treated the quarterback position as a full-time job yet. Maybe spending some time behind Alex Smith will be good for him, and we can one day get to see his full potential.

  • Marlon Brown is another guy that has tremendous potential in the league. Brown played small private school ball in Memphis during his high school days, and was never really challenged or pushed to strengthen his fundamentals. I think he was introduced to a whirlwind of schemes and techniques at UGA that seemed foreign to him. Even being as raw as he was, it was hard for Bobo to keep him off the field. I think we’ll be seeing the 6’5″ 215 lb talent on Sundays pretty soon.

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