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    Undrafted free agents

    There were 256 players selected in the 2014NFL Draft, and many more who did not hear their name called over the past three days. But the process isn't over for those hoping to make a roster. Last year, there were 49 undrafted players who made it onto a 53-man roster, and you can expect many of the names below to have a chance.

    Here is my position-by-position list of the best priority free agents available following the 2014 draft.

    Quarterbacks

    1.*Connor Shaw, South Carolina
    2.*Brett Smith, Wyoming
    3.*Jeff Matthews, Cornell
    4.*Stephen Morris, Miami
    5.*Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois
    6.*Dustin Vaughn, West Texas A&M
    7.*Casey Pachall, TCU
    8. Brendon Kay, Cincinnati
    9. Joe Clancy, Merrimack
    10.*Bryn Renner, North Carolina
    11. Chase Rettig, Boston College
    12.*Keith Price, Washington
    13.*Tommy Rees, Notre Dame
    14. Brock Jensen, North Dakota St.
    15. DeNarius McGhee, Montana St.

    Running backs

    1.*Isaiah Crowell, Alabama St.
    2.*David Fluellen, Toledo
    3.*Rajion Neal, Tennessee
    4.*LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi St.
    5.*Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky
    6.*George Atkinson, Notre Dame
    7.*Silas Redd, USC
    8.*Kapri Bibbs, Colorado St.
    9.*James Wilder, Florida St.
    10.*Tim Cornett, UNLV
    11.*Zurlon Tipton, Central Michigan
    12. Jeff Scott, Mississippi
    13. Jason Simpson, San Jose St.
    14.*Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona
    15.*Timothy Flanders, Sam Houston St.
    16.*Ben Malena, Texas A&M
    17.*Senorise Perry, Louisville

    Fullbacks

    1.*Trey Millard, Oklahoma
    2.*Ryan Hewitt, Stanford

    Wide receivers

    1.*Brandon Coleman, Rutgers
    2.*Mike Davis, Texas
    3.*Kain Colter, Northwestern
    4.*L'Damian Washington, Missouri
    5.*Isaiah Burse, Fresno St.
    6.*Damian Copeland, Louisville
    7.*Cody Hoffman, BYU
    8.*Willie Snead, Ball State
    9. Geraldo Boldewijn, Boise State
    10.*Aaron Burks, Boise State
    11.*Bennie Fowler, Michigan St.
    12.*Josh Stewart, Oklahoma St.
    13.*Austin Franklin, New Mexico St.
    14.*Marcus Lucas, Missouri
    15.*Albert Wilson, Georgia State
    16.*Allen Hurns, Miami
    17.*Chris Boyd, Vanderbilt
    18.*Corey Brown, Ohio State
    19.*Chandler Jones, San Jose St.
    20.*Solomon Patton, Florida
    21.*Anthony Denham, Utah
    22. Eric Ward, Texas Tech
    23.*Nathan Slaughter, West Teas A&M
    24.*Ryan Culbreath, Furman

    Tight ends

    1.*Xavier Grimble, USC
    2.*Jake Murphy, Utah
    3.*A.C. Leonard, Tennessee St.
    4.*Marcel Jensen, Fresno St.
    5.*Joe Don Duncan, Dixie State
    6.*Jordan Najvar, Baylor
    7.*Blake Annen, Cincinnati
    8.*Trey Burton, Florida
    9.*Asa Watson, N.C. State
    10.*Alex Bayer, Bowling Green
    11.*Reggie Jordan, Missouri Western
    12.*Donald Tialavea, Utah State
    13.*Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin
    14.*Michael Flacco, New Haven
    15. Rashaun Allen, Southern
    16.*Colt Lyerla, Oregon

    Offensive tackles

    1.*Antonio Richardson, Tennessee
    2.*Kevin Graf, USC
    3.*James Hurst, North Carolina
    4.*Luke Lucas, Kansas State
    5.*Matt Patchan, Boston College
    6.*Austin Wentworth, Fresno St.
    7. Brent Quale, Nebraska
    8. Jake Olson, Central Michigan
    9.*Kyle Bryant, Youngstown
    10.*Danny Kistler, Montana
    11. Bryce Quigley, San Diego St.
    12.*Jeremiah Sirles, Nebraska
    13. Charles Goodwin, N.C. Central

    Guards

    1.*Anthony Steen, Alabama
    2.*Ryan Groy, Wisconsin
    3. Kenarious Gates, Georgia
    4.*Conor Boffeli, Iowa
    5.*Matt Feiler, Bloomsburg
    6. Parker Graham, Oklahoma St.
    7.*Chris Burnette, Georgia

    Centers

    1.*Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma
    2.*Jonotthan Harrison, Florida
    3.*Tyler Larsen, Utah State
    4.*James Stone, Tennessee
    5.*Zac Kerin, Toledo

    Defensive ends

    1.*Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
    2.*George Uko, USC
    3.*Josh Mauro, Stanford
    4.*Eathyn Manumaleuna, BYU
    5.*Kasim Edebali, Boston College
    6. Chaz Sutton, South Carolina
    7.*Tevin Mims, South Florida
    9.*Jamie Meder, Ashland
    10.*Garrison Smith, Georgia

    Defensive tackles

    1.*Anthony Johnson, LSU
    2.*Deandre Coleman, California
    3.*Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina
    4.*Chris Whaley, Texas
    5.*Zachariah Kerr, Delaware
    6.*Tenny Palepoi, Utah
    7.*Kerry Wynn, Richmond
    8.*Mike Pennel, Colorado St.-Pueblo
    9.*Robert Thomas, Arkansas
    10.*Roosevelt Nix, Kent State
    11.*Bruce Gaston, Purdue

    Outside linebackers

    1.*Adrian Hubbard, Alabama
    2.*Howard Jones, Shepherd
    3.*Morgan Breslin, USC
    4.*Derrell Johnson, East Carolina
    5.*Tyler Starr, South Dakota
    6.*Denicos Allen, Michigan St.
    7. Carlos Fields, Winston Salem State
    8.*Shaquil Barrett, Colorado St.
    9.*Jonathan Newsome, Ball State

    Inside linebackers

    1.*Christian Jones, Florida State
    2.*Shayne Skov, Stanford
    3.*James Morris, Iowa
    4.*Max Bullough, Michigan St.
    5.*Glenn Carson, Penn State
    6.*Brock Coyle, Montana
    7.*Devin Unga, BYU
    8.*Devekeyan Lattimore, So. Florida
    9.*Tavarius Wilson, North Alabama

    Cornerbacks

    1.*Marcus Roberson, Florida
    2.*Loucheiz Purifoy, Florida
    3.*Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon St.
    4.*Victor Hampton, South Carolina
    5.*Jemea Thomas, Georgia Tech
    6.*Deion Belue, Alabama
    7.*Chris Davis, Auburn
    8. Zachary McMillian, Houston
    9.*Todd Washington, Southeastern Louisiana
    10.*Carrington Byndom, Texas
    11. Marcus Williams, North Dakota St.
    12.*Demetri Goodson, Baylor

    Safeties

    1.*Dion Bailey, USC
    2.*Daniel Sorensen, BYU
    3.*Sean Parker, Washington
    4.*Kenny Ladler, Vanderbilt
    Last edited by warrior63; 05-10-2014 at 07:31 PM.

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    I see a lot of names on that list I would love to be wearing silver and blue.

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    Trey Millard was drafted by san fran

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    Who is the tallest cb on that list?

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    Current UNOFFICIAL list of signed UDFA



    Rank Player POS School Source

    218 J.C. Copeland FB LSU Twitter
    331 Cody Madell P Alabama Instagram
    369 Dustin Vaughan QB West Texas A&M NEPatriotsDraft.com
    372 Chris Whaley* DT Texas Twitter
    383 Brian Clarke OG Bloomsburg Twitter
    422 Jordan Najvar TE Baylor Twitter
    496 Dontavis Sapp LB Tennessee Twitter
    512 Casey Kreiter LS Iowa Twitter
    516 Chris Boyd WR Vanderbilt Twitter
    637 Ben Malena* RB Texas A&M Twitter
    786 Ryan Smith S Auburn Twitter
    799 Keith Smith ILB San Jose State Twitter
    836 Ronald Patrick OG South Carolina Twitter
    850 Jerrod Pughsley OT Akron Twitter
    854 Glasco Martin RB Baylor Twitter
    941 Evan Wilson TE Illinos Twitter
    968 Marvin Robinson FS Ferris State Twitter
    - - Jocquel Skinner CB Bethel Twitter
    - - Josh Aladenoye OT Illinois State Twitter
    - - Joe Windsor DE Northern Illinois Twitter
    - - Andre Cureton OG Cincinnati Twitter

    http://www.bloggingtheboys.com/2014/...s-udfa-tracker

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    Quote Originally Posted by warrior63 View Post
    There were 256 players selected in the 2014NFL Draft, and many more who did not hear their name called over the past three days. But the process isn't over for those hoping to make a roster. Last year, there were 49 undrafted players who made it onto a 53-man roster, and you can expect many of the names below to have a chance.

    Here is my position-by-position list of the best priority free agents available following the 2014 draft.

    Quarterbacks

    1.*Connor Shaw, South Carolina
    2.*Brett Smith, Wyoming
    3.*Jeff Matthews, Cornell
    4.*Stephen Morris, Miami
    5.*Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois
    6.*Dustin Vaughn, West Texas A&M
    7.*Casey Pachall, TCU
    8. Brendon Kay, Cincinnati
    9. Joe Clancy, Merrimack
    10.*Bryn Renner, North Carolina
    11. Chase Rettig, Boston College
    12.*Keith Price, Washington
    13.*Tommy Rees, Notre Dame
    14. Brock Jensen, North Dakota St.
    15. DeNarius McGhee, Montana St.

    Running backs

    1.*Isaiah Crowell, Alabama St.
    2.*David Fluellen, Toledo
    3.*Rajion Neal, Tennessee
    4.*LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi St.
    5.*Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky
    6.*George Atkinson, Notre Dame
    7.*Silas Redd, USC
    8.*Kapri Bibbs, Colorado St.
    9.*James Wilder, Florida St.
    10.*Tim Cornett, UNLV
    11.*Zurlon Tipton, Central Michigan
    12. Jeff Scott, Mississippi
    13. Jason Simpson, San Jose St.
    14.*Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona
    15.*Timothy Flanders, Sam Houston St.
    16.*Ben Malena, Texas A&M
    17.*Senorise Perry, Louisville

    Fullbacks

    1.*Trey Millard, Oklahoma
    2.*Ryan Hewitt, Stanford

    Wide receivers

    1.*Brandon Coleman, Rutgers
    2.*Mike Davis, Texas
    3.*Kain Colter, Northwestern
    4.*L'Damian Washington, Missouri
    5.*Isaiah Burse, Fresno St.
    6.*Damian Copeland, Louisville
    7.*Cody Hoffman, BYU
    8.*Willie Snead, Ball State
    9. Geraldo Boldewijn, Boise State
    10.*Aaron Burks, Boise State
    11.*Bennie Fowler, Michigan St.
    12.*Josh Stewart, Oklahoma St.
    13.*Austin Franklin, New Mexico St.
    14.*Marcus Lucas, Missouri
    15.*Albert Wilson, Georgia State
    16.*Allen Hurns, Miami
    17.*Chris Boyd, Vanderbilt
    18.*Corey Brown, Ohio State
    19.*Chandler Jones, San Jose St.
    20.*Solomon Patton, Florida
    21.*Anthony Denham, Utah
    22. Eric Ward, Texas Tech
    23.*Nathan Slaughter, West Teas A&M
    24.*Ryan Culbreath, Furman

    Tight ends

    1.*Xavier Grimble, USC
    2.*Jake Murphy, Utah
    3.*A.C. Leonard, Tennessee St.
    4.*Marcel Jensen, Fresno St.
    5.*Joe Don Duncan, Dixie State
    6.*Jordan Najvar, Baylor
    7.*Blake Annen, Cincinnati
    8.*Trey Burton, Florida
    9.*Asa Watson, N.C. State
    10.*Alex Bayer, Bowling Green
    11.*Reggie Jordan, Missouri Western
    12.*Donald Tialavea, Utah State
    13.*Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin
    14.*Michael Flacco, New Haven
    15. Rashaun Allen, Southern
    16.*Colt Lyerla, Oregon

    Offensive tackles

    1.*Antonio Richardson, Tennessee
    2.*Kevin Graf, USC
    3.*James Hurst, North Carolina
    4.*Luke Lucas, Kansas State
    5.*Matt Patchan, Boston College
    6.*Austin Wentworth, Fresno St.
    7. Brent Quale, Nebraska
    8. Jake Olson, Central Michigan
    9.*Kyle Bryant, Youngstown
    10.*Danny Kistler, Montana
    11. Bryce Quigley, San Diego St.
    12.*Jeremiah Sirles, Nebraska
    13. Charles Goodwin, N.C. Central

    Guards

    1.*Anthony Steen, Alabama
    2.*Ryan Groy, Wisconsin
    3. Kenarious Gates, Georgia
    4.*Conor Boffeli, Iowa
    5.*Matt Feiler, Bloomsburg
    6. Parker Graham, Oklahoma St.
    7.*Chris Burnette, Georgia

    Centers

    1.*Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma
    2.*Jonotthan Harrison, Florida
    3.*Tyler Larsen, Utah State
    4.*James Stone, Tennessee
    5.*Zac Kerin, Toledo

    Defensive ends

    1.*Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
    2.*George Uko, USC
    3.*Josh Mauro, Stanford
    4.*Eathyn Manumaleuna, BYU
    5.*Kasim Edebali, Boston College
    6. Chaz Sutton, South Carolina
    7.*Tevin Mims, South Florida
    9.*Jamie Meder, Ashland
    10.*Garrison Smith, Georgia

    Defensive tackles

    1.*Anthony Johnson, LSU
    2.*Deandre Coleman, California
    3.*Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina
    4.*Chris Whaley, Texas
    5.*Zachariah Kerr, Delaware
    6.*Tenny Palepoi, Utah
    7.*Kerry Wynn, Richmond
    8.*Mike Pennel, Colorado St.-Pueblo
    9.*Robert Thomas, Arkansas
    10.*Roosevelt Nix, Kent State
    11.*Bruce Gaston, Purdue

    Outside linebackers

    1.*Adrian Hubbard, Alabama
    2.*Howard Jones, Shepherd
    3.*Morgan Breslin, USC
    4.*Derrell Johnson, East Carolina
    5.*Tyler Starr, South Dakota
    6.*Denicos Allen, Michigan St.
    7. Carlos Fields, Winston Salem State
    8.*Shaquil Barrett, Colorado St.
    9.*Jonathan Newsome, Ball State

    Inside linebackers

    1.*Christian Jones, Florida State
    2.*Shayne Skov, Stanford
    3.*James Morris, Iowa
    4.*Max Bullough, Michigan St.
    5.*Glenn Carson, Penn State
    6.*Brock Coyle, Montana
    7.*Devin Unga, BYU
    8.*Devekeyan Lattimore, So. Florida
    9.*Tavarius Wilson, North Alabama

    Cornerbacks

    1.*Marcus Roberson, Florida
    2.*Loucheiz Purifoy, Florida
    3.*Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon St.
    4.*Victor Hampton, South Carolina
    5.*Jemea Thomas, Georgia Tech
    6.*Deion Belue, Alabama
    7.*Chris Davis, Auburn
    8. Zachary McMillian, Houston
    9.*Todd Washington, Southeastern Louisiana
    10.*Carrington Byndom, Texas
    11. Marcus Williams, North Dakota St.
    12.*Demetri Goodson, Baylor

    Safeties

    1.*Dion Bailey, USC
    2.*Daniel Sorensen, BYU
    3.*Sean Parker, Washington
    4.*Kenny Ladler, Vanderbilt
    There's a lot of good names on here. Picks I would have made in the 7th rd. instead of the guys we picked. I would start with Steen-G Richardson-OT Jeffcoat-DE Johnson and Quarles bot DT.
    These guys were all projected to be drafted in the 3rd through 5th rounds.

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    What are you signifying with the *?

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    Instead of bashing 7th rd picks or debating who they sign as undrafted free agents maybe we should trust the scouting department that has landed dallas Romo, Austin, Leary, Crayton, Ratliff, Church, Beasley etc.

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    ^ Nobody is bashing 7th round picks, just simply mentioning the talent that is left. Before you comment understand the person's post. Why don't you show me where the guys we picked in the 7th round are being bashed. C'mon, you want to talk the talk, no show me where I bashed the 7th round picks.

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    You said instead. Which means you think Dallas was wrong for picking the guys they did and instead should've picked the guys that you like that went undrafted. The word instead implies that they made the wrong picks. How about saying "in addition to the solid picks made in the 7th rd they should also add these players". Or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamba42:28475898
    What are you signifying with the *?
    Those were players that had links to their profiles. When I copied it with my phone it added those stars to signify that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikel816 View Post
    You said instead. Which means you think Dallas was wrong for picking the guys they did and instead should've picked the guys that you like that went undrafted. The word instead implies that they made the wrong picks. How about saying "in addition to the solid picks made in the 7th rd they should also add these players". Or something like that.
    Instead does not mean nor imply I was stating they were wrong! Maybe it meant we needed the other picks out of need of position. I know it does not mean BASH. I also know you think that the Cowboys draft was fantastic and while I don't agree, I didn't comment on how you may be wrong. In the future don't assume and mind your own business.
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    Interested in how Vaughan develops. I think he could surprise some, another small school quarterback. The wideout from Mizzou has a pretty awesome story and looks like he could challenge for a spot. Ran a 4.39 on his pro day I think and is 6'4.
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    It's an open forum if you don't want people to comment on what you say and you want people to mind their own business maybe you should just write your opinions on toilet paper and use them appropriately. Yea instead implies that you know better than guys who's job it is to scout the players. Like I said you could've just said in addition to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikel816 View Post
    It's an open forum if you don't want people to comment on what you say and you want people to mind their own business maybe you should just write your opinions on toilet paper and use them appropriately. Yea instead implies that you know better than guys who's job it is to scout the players. Like I said you could've just said in addition to.
    And like I said, you could learn to understand the English language and not try to interpret what people are saying when you don't understand. Don't put words in my mouth and learn to respect others opinions and learning how to spell wouldn't hurt either.

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