Projected first-round pick La’el Collins, dynamic playmaker Nick Marshall and 2013 All-American Cody Prewitt were among the SEC’s undrafted notables Saturday during the final day of the NFL draft.

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Collins’ agent reportedly told teams to stay away from the offensive lineman on Saturday after he was not selected in Friday’s third round. According to reports, Collins would have refused to sign and instead plans to re-enter next year’s draft in hopes of recouping some of the early-round cash he may have squandered due to his connection involving a recent murder in Baton Rouge.

The NFL refused Collins’ request to pull out of the draft late Friday. Baton Rouge police say Collins is not a suspect in the case but have scheduled an interview with the tackle on Monday.

Marshall worked out for several teams as a defensive back, but was not among the SEC’s 54 players selected. He’ll have an opportunity to sign an undrafted free agent deal, along with several others including Prewitt, on Sunday.

Tennessee’s 51-year streak of having a player drafted, the second-longest streak in SEC history, ended after defensive back Justin Coleman went undrafted.

SEC undrafted notables

  • La’el Collins, OT, LSU
  • Cody Prewitt, S, Ole Miss (signed free agent with Tennessee)
  • Blake Sims, QB, Alabama
  • Nick Marshall, DB, Auburn (signed free agent with Jacksonville)
  • Terrence Magee, RB, LSU
  • Justin Coleman, DB, Tennessee (signed free agent with Minnesota)
  • Deshazor Everett, DB, Texas A&M (signed free agent with Tampa Bay)
  • Trey Williams, RB, Texas A&M
  • Reese Dismukes, C, Auburn
  • Trey Depriest, LB, Alabama (signed free agent with Baltimore)
  • Dylan Thompson, QB, South Carolina (signed free agent with San Francisco)