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Almost a third of all underclassmen to declare for NFL draft go undrafted

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A total of 95 players with eligibility remaining decided to leave the college level and put their names in the NFL draft once the 2016 season ended.

Months later, with the NFL draft complete Saturday night, 28 of those 95 players - 30 percent - didn't hear their names called during the three-day event.

Pos. Name School
WR KD Cannon Baylor
WR Devin Childress North Park
WR Michael Clark Marshall
QB Jerod Evans Virginia Tech
DT Jeremy Faulk Garden City (JUCO)
RB Tarean Folston Notre Dame
DT Isaiah Golden McNeese State
LB Jermaine Grace Miami
WR Derrick Griffin Texas Southern
DB Titus Howard Slippery Rock
LB Tim Kimbrough Georgia
WR Jerome Lane Akron
WR Keevan Lucas Tulsa
OL Damien Mama USC
WR Deon-Tay McManus Marshall
WR Speedy Noil Texas A&M
LB Marcus Oliver Indiana
DB Aaron Peak Butler County (JUCO)
RB Devine Redding Indiana
WR Travis Rudolph Florida State
WR Ricky Seals-Jones Texas A&M
DE Garrett Sickels Penn State
WR Damore'ea Stringfellow Ole Miss
RB Darius Victor Towson
DL Charles Walker Oklahoma
RB Stanley Williams Kentucky
RB Joe Yearby Miami
WR Ishmael Zamora Baylor

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Virginia Tech's Jerod Evans and Baylor's KD Cannon were the two biggest names to not be selected. The latter was the biggest surprise after averaging over 1,000 yards during his three seasons in Waco.

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