There were 107 players who gave up remaining college football eligiblity to enter the 2016 NFL Draft.
Thirty of them went undrafted.
Among the notable players who went undrafted as early entries are Oklahoma’s Dominique Alexander, Auburn’s Peyton Barber, Tennessee’s Marquez North, Indiana’s Darius Latham, Bowling Green’s Roger Lewis and Ohio State’s Tyvis Powell and Jalin Marshall.
Ohio State had 12 players drafted after 11 of them went in the first 102 picks. Ohio State fell short of its own record of 14 players selected in single draft set in 2004.
NFL teams start working to sign undrafted players before the draft ends. Some will reach deals -- or already have -- soon, though some teams don’t announce such signings until Sunday or well into next week.
Marshall told Cleveland.com he heard from “half the league” but plans to sign with the Jets. Lewis tweeted that he’s headed to the Giants.