The Maryland football program produced three NFL Draft picks this year, all on the defensive side of the ball.
Your brief recap of those picks is below:
- Defensive back Sean Davis went in the second round to the Pittsburgh Steelers, becoming Maryland's highest draft pick since Torrey Smith went in the same round in 2011.
- Defensive end and linebacker Yannick Ngakoue went in the third round to the Jacksonville Jaguars, a widely praised pick in a widely praised draft for the Jaguars.
- End and tackle Quinton Jefferson went in the fifth round to the Seattle Seahawks, an organization that takes front-seven play very seriously.
Maryland had other plays in the draft, though, and they didn't find homes via the 253-pick main event. So they're on the market as undrafted free agents, and we've put together a handy tracker of where they're landing. We'll keep this updated as players shift on and off of rosters in the coming weeks, because the NFL never stops churning.