2020 NFL Draft: Top 30 Undrafted Free Agents. Where Did They Sign?

Credit: James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

2020 NFL Draft: Top 30 Undrafted Free Agents. Where Did They Sign?

2020 NFL Draft

2020 NFL Draft: Top 30 Undrafted Free Agents. Where Did They Sign?

By

Top 20 NFL Draft Undrafted Free Agents

20. RB Salvon Ahmed, Washington

Just an okay receiver and without any one rushing trait that stands out, he falls into Just A Running Back category. He’s a tough producer who has a real shot of making a team in a rotation, but he’s not a lead dog at the next level.
Signed By: San Francisco
Projected Round: Sixth

19. DE Qaadir Sheppard, Ole Miss

Like most of the undrafted free agents, there’s a problem with fit. He’s a 6-3, 261-pound defensive end who can get into the backfield, but he’s not a blaster of an athlete. He’s missing the NFL skills to be a starter, but he can play in a rotation.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

18. C/OT Calvin Throckmorton, Oregon

Excellent for the Ducks, he has to find a spot somewhere – even if he doesn’t have a real fit. At 6-5 and 317 pounds, he has filled out enough to work in a variety of spots, but he doesn’t have a starting home at any one area. It’ll take some creativity to find a home for him.
Signed By: New Orleans
Projected Round: Fourth

17. CB Essang Bassey, Wake Forest

Super-productive, he’s a baller who always finds his way around the play. He might not have the high-end size or speed, but he knows how to get the job done. The all-around tools aren’t there, but he’s good enough to stick with a team.
Signed By: Denver
Projected Round: Sixth

16. DT Raequan Williams, Michigan State

Sometimes guys slip through the cracks. He’s a terrific all-star producer who held his own over the last four years, but the 6-4, 308-pounder isn’t huge and he doesn’t have any one NFL trait that stands out. Even so, he’s a football player – he’ll find a home in someone’s rotation.
Signed By: Philadelphia
Projected Round: Fifth

15. C Darryl Williams, Mississippi State

This one is truly puzzling. He doesn’t have the NFL body type, but he was a factor against the star SEC defensive tackles – he has been through the wars. Okay, this isn’t so hard to figure out – the tools aren’t there. He can ball, though.
Signed By: Kansas City
Projected Round: Fifth

14. DE Tipa Galeai, Utah State

Was it the tweener problem? He’s an edge rusher who’s just not big enough. He has room on his 6-5, 235-pound frame to grow into a specialist job, but he looks like an NBA small forward – and not in a good way for his position. Forget about him against the run at the next level.
Signed By: Green Bay
Projected Round: Fifth

13. LB Jordan Mack, Virginia

A thumper, he might not have the explosiveness that some might have wanted, and he’s an inside linebacker who isn’t going to be enough of a pass rusher, but he’s a leader and tremendous tackler. At 6-3 and 241 pounds, he brings the size to the mix.
Signed By: Carolina
Projected Round: Fifth

12. CB Lavert Hill, Michigan

There were way too many quickness issues in college. He’s got decent size and a nice burst, but he gets hit with way too many flags and he had problems getting away with the little things. The skill is there and he’ll tackle, but he’s a rotational corner.
Signed By: Kansas City
Projected Round: Fifth

11. RB Patrick Taylor, Memphis

It’s a wee bit stunning that someone didn’t take a Day Three flier on greatness. He was banged up throughout last year, and there might be a question mark about how he could fight through the injuries, but he’s a 6-1, 217-pound home run hitter.
Signed By: Green Bay
Projected Round: Fourth

NEXT: Top Ten NFL Draft Undrafted Free Agents

Latest

More College Football News
Home