The SEC had another record-setting NFL Draft, as 65 former players were drafted from the conference.

However, like all years, not everyone heard their name called this weekend. In fact, several standout players didn’t get drafted. Yes, they’ll sign free agent contract with NFL teams. Some will make their rosters, while others will bounce around the league trying to make a roster.

The biggest undrafted surprises were Alabama linebacker Dylan Moses and Florida’s Trevon Grimes. Moses was an All-SEC caliber linebacker during his productive career, but the questions regarding his health were too much to overcome. Moses tore his ACL and missed the 2019 season. He also played injured throughout the 2020 season. Grimes, meanwhile, likely had too many drops and apparently wasn’t as impressive on tape for NFL teams for a coveted draft spot.

Below are the SEC’s undrafted players who were draft eligible broken down by team:

  • Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
  • Miller Forristall, TE, Alabama
  • Feleipe Franks, QB, Arkansas
  • Jerry Jacobs, CB, Arkansas
  • Rakeem Boyd, RB, Arkansas
  • Trevon Grimes, WR, Florida
  • Donovan Stiner, DB, Florida
  • Brett Heggie, OL, Florida
  • Kyree Campbell, DT, Florida
  • DJ Daniel, DB, Georgia
  • Malik Herring, DE, Georgia
  • Jamar Watson, RUSH, Kentucky
  • Max Duffy, P, Kentucky
  • Drake Jackson, Kentucky
  • Tory Carter, FB, LSU
  • Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss
  • Erroll Thompson, LB Mississippi State
  • Marcus Murphy, DB, Mississippi State (underclassman)
  • Osirus Mitchell, WR, Mississippi State
  • Damon Hazelton, WR, Missouri
  • Sadarius Hutcherson, OL, South Carolina
  • Bryce Thompson, DB, Tennessee (underclassman)
  • Brandon Kennedy, OL, Tennessee
  • Jared Hocker, OL, Texas A&M
  • Ryan McCollum, OL, Texas A&M
  • Carson Green, OL, Texas A&M
  • Anthony Hines III, LB, Texas A&M (underclassman)
  • Jhamon Ausbon, WR, Texas A&M
  • Andre Mintze, RUSH, Vanderbilt