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2022 NFL Draft Undrafted Free Agents Tracker

UDFA Tracker Carson Strong

More NFL players join the league as Undrafted Free Agents (UDFA) than are drafted in any round. With that in mind, our 2022 NFL Draft Undrafted Free Agents Tracker is not just tracking players joining the end of rosters to be cut later.

No, in fact, the players signed after the draft on this UDFA Tracker have a real chance to be core members of their respective teams down the road. Sometimes they will contribute early on special teams before carving out a bigger role. Other times, these will be the core backups who will find themselves thrust into the spotlight at some point—even in their rookie season.

UDFA Tracker

These signings are often fluid, so update the Undrafted Free Agents Tracker often for the latest news, notes & analysis on these players.

The 33rd Team's Top 25 UDFA Available Post-Draft

1.Dustin Crum (QB Kent State) —Kansas City Chiefs source

Analysis: While the Chiefs certainly have their QB in place, signing Crum gives them a quality developmental QB who can be a high-end backup. Crum was the 33rd Team’s fourth-highest ranked QB and 84th overall player, so signing him as a UDFA is tremendous value.

2. Carson Strong (QB Nevada) —Philadelphia Eagles source

Analysis: In somewhat of a surprise, Strong did not hear his name called across the seven rounds of the NFL draft. With the signing of Strong, the Eagles added to their very impressive weekend of draft picks and trades. While there is some concern with Strong’s knee and his mobility as a result, he is a cerebral player with phenomenal arm strength.

3. Leon O'Neal Jr (S Texas A&M) — San Francisco 49ers source

Analysis: O’Neal was likely not picked due to off-the-field concerns. As the 33rd Team’s 99th ranked player, he provides a lot of upside as a developmental free safety, especially as such a low-risk signing.

4. Justyn Ross (WR Clemson)

Analysis: Ross has been a big name around college football for years ever since he broke as a freshman. Due to a number of significant injuries over the past few seasons, a draft slide was not surprising but not getting picked at all was. Still unsigned, Ross can provide great value for any team that signs him if he can stay on the field.

5. Verone McKinley III (CB Oregon) —Miami Dolphins

Analysis: McKinley seemed like he would be a prime day three target for any team looking for a ball-hawking safety. However, he was not selected and now the Dolphins can benefit, as they hope McKinley can grow into a key backup and special teams role, given proper time.

6. Jalen Wydermyer(TE Texas A&M)—Buffalo Bills source

Analysis: Wydermyer did not test very well, which is likely what caused him to slip out of the draft, but as a talented receiver with a large frame, he could easily earn a coveted roster spot on the Bills.

7. Christopher Hinton (DT Michigan) —New York Giants source

Analysis: The Giants have been committed to building up their trenches and adding Hinton as a developmental piece only emphasizes that. Hinton can provide some much-needed depth as a versatile defender on the interior.

8. Dohnovan West (OC Arizona State) — San Francisco 49ers source

Analysis: West, surprisingly, did not get drafted over the weekend, but as an experienced and versatile IOL, West has a chance to stick around on any NFL roster. This was a quality pick-up for the 49ers.

9. Josh Jobe (CB Alabama) —Philadelphia Eagles source

Analysis: Jobe had a very productive college career, as he has been a significant contributor on the Crimson Tide defense for the last four seasons. Jobe can come in right away and add depth and play on all of the special teams for the Eagles.

10. JoJo Domann (LB Nebraska) —Indianapolis Colts source

Analysis: Domann, who was very productive as both a LB and a S for the Nebraska defense, should be able to provide some of the same versatility at the next level. Despite going undrafted, any NFL defense will have a role for a player of Domann’s skillset.

11. Jayden Peevy (Texas A&M DT)—Tennessee Titans source

Analysis: Peevy does not meet the traditional athletic requirement for NFL DTs, but at 6050 with 35-inch arms, he is worth taking a low risk on as a project interior defender for Tennessee.

12. Sterling Weatherford (S Miami OH) —Indianapolis Colts source

Analysis: A talented safety at the college level, Weatherford, who has tremendous size, will likely make the transition to LB in the NFL. With his versatility, size, and speed, Weatherford should be able to find a role. With Weatherford and Domann, the Colts have added two versatile defenders through the UDFA pool.

13. Xavier Newman-Johnson (OG Baylor) —Tennessee Titans source

Analysis: The experienced Newman-Johnson should be able to come into Tennessee right away and provide depth and versatility on their offensive interior.

14. Josh Seltzner (OG Wisconsin) —Indianapolis Colts source

Analysis: A former walk-on, Seltzner earned a starting role and will now get the chance to compete for an NFL roster spot. He is raw but has the NFL frame to carve out interior defenders.

15. Noah Elliss (DT Idaho) —Philadelphia Eagles source

Analysis: Low competition level and a weak athletic profile are why Elliss was not selected. However, he provides tremendous size and could earn a spot as a developmental NT, which is an area that the Eagles were clearly interested in improving during the draft.

16. Derrick Deese Jr.(TE San Jose St.)—Detroit Lions source

Analysis: Deese is a bit undersized and did not test as well as many teams may have hoped. That said, Deese does a lot of things well and should add some more depth to an already-talented TE room.

17. Mike Rose (LB Iowa State) —Kansas City Chiefs source

Analysis: Rose was one of the most productive and accomplished LBs in the country over the past few seasons. Rose’s skill set does not project as well to the next level, but he should be able to compete for a spot as an early-down defender.

18. Tyler Vrabel (OT Boston College)—Atlanta Falcons source

Analysis: The son of NFL HC, Mike Vrabel, Tyler Vrabel is an experienced OT with positional versatility to play either spot. He is far from a finished product but has the chance to develop with added strength.

19. D'Eriq King (QB Miami)—New England Patriots source

Analysis: King is one of the oldest players in this class and without a doubt, the smallest QB. That is likely why he was not drafted. However, he has a phenomenal athletic profile and was a productive playmaker throughout his college seasons.

20. Jack Coan (QB Notre Dame)—Indianapolis Colts source

Analysis: Coan came off a very solid season and has a chance to be an effective backup QB at the next level. The Colts are able to add to their already, deep QB room with the addition of Coan.

21. Zakoby McClain (LB Auburn) —Baltimore Ravens source

Analysis: McClain is undersized and only an average athlete but he provides some useful scheme versatility. With his ability to contribute on special teams as well, he should be able to remain on an NFL roster.

22. Alec Lindstrom (G Boston College)—Dallas Cowboys source

Analysis: The brother of former Falcons OL Chris Lindstrom, Alec should be able to come in and compete immediately in the Cowboys OL room. He is a little bit undersized, but as a UDFA, is a quality pickup.

23. Haskell Garrett (DT Iowa State) — Tennessee Titans source

Analysis: The Titans have clearly wanted to invest in some depth on their interior defensive line. While Garrett is undersized and may not be able to hold up against the run and the next level, he possesses the tools to provide value as a pass rusher, which is a highly coveted trait.

24. Jerrion Ealy (RB Mississippi) — Kansas City Chiefs source

Analysis: Ealy is very small and only tested average for the RB position but should be able to compete within the Chiefs’ RB room. Ealy has very efficient feet and was a playmaker throughout college.

25. Markquese Bell (S Florida A&M) — Dallas Cowboys source 

Analysis: Bell is a raw player but has tremendous H/W/S for the safety position, which makes him very intriguing as a UDFA. Bell will need time but looks to be a low-risk, high-reward signing.


2022 NFL Draft Undrafted Free Agents Tracker


Chandler Wooten (LB Auburn) source

Ronnie Rivers (RB Fresno State) source

Darrell Barker (CB Georgia Southern)

Keonte Schad (DL Oregon State)


Tyler Vrabel (OT Boston College) source

Jared Bernhardt (QB Ferris State) source

Derrick Tangelo (DT Penn State)

Bryce Rodgers (DT UC Davis)

Stanley Berryhill (WR Arizona)


Zakoby McClain (LB Auburn)  source

Emeka Emezie (WR NC State) source

Charles Wiley (LB UTSA) source 

Ricky Person Jr. (RB NC State) source 

Jeremiah Moon (EDGE Florida) source

Anthony Brown (QB Oregon)

Joshua Ross (LB Michigan) source

Denzel Williams (DB Villanova)

Tevon Clark (WR California)

Devon Williams (WR Oregon)

Aron Johnson (OT S Dakota St)

Diego Fagot (LB Navy)


Jalen Wydermyer (TE Texas A&M) source

Travon Fuller (CB Tulsa) source

Raheem Blackshear (RB Virginia Tech) source

Prince Emili (DT Penn) source

Alec Anderson (OL UCLA) source

Malik Williams (WR App State) source

Kingsley Jonathan (EDGE Syracuse) source


Davis Cheek (QB Elon) source

Charleston Rambo (WR Miami) source

Marquan McCall (DL Kentucky)

Khalon Tolson (LB Illinois) source

Andrew Parchment (WR Florida State)

Aaron Mosby (LB Fresno State)

Derek Wright (WR Utah State)

Drew Hartlaub (S Penn State)



Chase Allen (TE Iowa State) source

Jack Sanborn (LB Wisconsin) source

Cyrus Holder (WR Duquense) source

Kadofi Wright (LB Buffalo) source

Jaylon Jones (DB Mississippi) source 

Allie Green (CB Missouri) source

Jake Tonges (TE Cal) source

Jean Delance (OL Florida) source

Christian Albright (OLB Ball State) source

Derick Bush (CB Coastal Carolina) source

Luke Little (WR University of Mary) source

Micah Dew-Treadway (DL Minnesota) source

Tristen Taylor (OT Eastern Washington) source

C.J. Avery (LB Louisville) source

Jonathan Alexander (S Charlotte) source

Jaylen Alexander (LB Purdue) source

Henry Litwin (WR Slippery Rock) source

Master Teague (RB Ohio State) source

Landon Lenoir (WR S. Illinois) source

Savon Scarver (WR Utah State) source

Kevin Shaa (WR Liberty) source

Jamal Brooks (LB S Alabama) —TRYOUT source


Shemari Jones (RB Coastal Carolina) source

Cal Adomitis (LS Pittsburgh) source

Ben Brown (OL Mississippi) source

Jaivon Heiligh (WR Coastal Carolina) source

Justin Rigg (TE Kentucky) source

Kwamie Lassiter II (WR Kansas) source

Devin Cochran (OT Georgia Tech) source

Tariqious Tisdale (DL Mississippi) source

Brendan Radley-Hiles (DB Washington) source

Clarence Hicks (LB UTSA)


Felix Harper (QB Alcorn State) source

Travell Harris (WR Washington State) source

Isaiah Weston (WR Northern Iowa) source

Mike Harley Jr (WR Miami) source

Glen Logan (DT LSU) source

Malik Smith (TE UNC Ashville)—TRYOUT source

Brock Hoffmann (OL Virginia Tech) source

Silas Kelly (LB Coastal Carolina) source

Zaire Mitchell (TE Florida Atlantic) source

Anthony Bell (S West Florida) source

Ben Petrula (OT Boston College) source

Julius Faulk (CB Delta State) source


Alec Lindstrom (G Boston College) source

Markquese Bell (S Florida A&M)  source 

Dontario Drummond (WR Mississippi) source

Aaron Hansford (LB Texas A&M)

Jonathan Garibay (K Texas Tech)

Big Kat Bryant (EDGE UCF) source

Juanyeh Thomas(S Georgia Tech) source

Aaron Shampklin (RB Harvard) source

Isaac Taylor-Stuart (CB USC) source

La'Kendrick Van Zandt (S TCU) source

Amon Simon (OL Texas A&M Commerce) source

Ty Fryfogle (WR Indiana)

James Empey (OL BYU)

JaQuarii Roberson (WR Wake Forrest)

Mike Tafua (LB Utah)

Dennis Houston (WR Western Illinois)

Malik Davis (RB Florida)

Storey Jackson (LB Liberty)

Peyton Hendershot (TE Indiana)


Christopher Allen (EDGE Alabama) Source

Jalen Virgil (WR Appalachian State) source

Brandon Johnson (WR UCF) source 

Cortez Davis (CB Hawaii) source

Kadofi Wright (LB Buffalo) Source

Kaden Davis (WR NW Missouri) Source

Sebastian Gutierrez (OT Minot State) Source

Kana’i Mauga (LB USC) Source

Ja’Quan McMillian (CB E Carolina) Source

Dylan Parham (TE NC State) Source

Rodney Williams (TE UT-Martin) Source


Josh Johnson (WR Tulsa) source

Derrick Deese Jr. (TE San Jose State) source

Jermaine Waller (CB Virginia Tech) source

Greg Bell (RB San Diego State) source

Obinna Eze (OT TCU) source

Corey Sutton (WR App. State) source

Demetrius Taylor (DT App State) source

Khalil Pimpleton (WR Central Michigan)

Nolan Given (TE SE Louisiana) source

Cedric Boswell (CB Miami OH) source

Zein Obeid (OL Ferris State) source


Caleb Jones (OL Indiana) source

Tyler Goodson (RB Iowa) source

Cole Schneider (OL UCF) source

Chauncey Manac (EDGE Louisiana) source

Akial Byers (DL Missouri) source

George Moore (OL Oregon) source

Caliph Brice (LB FAU) source

Raleigh Texada (CB Baylor) source

Anthony Turner (WR Grand View) source

Hauati Pututau (DL Utah) source

B.J. Baylor (RB Oregon State) source

Keke Chism (WR Missouri) source

Ellis Brooks (LB Penn State) source

Alex Spillum (S Coastal Carolina)

Tre Sterling (S Oklahoma State)


Myron Cunningham (OT Arkansas) source

Kolby Harvell-Peel (S Oklahoma St) source

Jacobi Francis (DB Memphis) source

Tristin McCollum (DB Sam Houston) source

Damion Daniels (DT Nebraska) source

Jake Hansen (LB Illinois) source

Kurt Hinish (DL Notre Dame) source

Seth Green (TE Houston) source

Johnny Johnson III (WR Oregon) source

Drew Estrada (WR Baylor) source


D'Vonte Price (RB Florida International) source

Jack Coan (QB Notre Dame) source

CJ Verdell (RB Oregon)

Sterling Weatherford (S Miami OH)  source

Josh Seltzner (OG Wisconsin)  source

JoJo Domann (LB Nebraska) source

Max Borghi (RB Washington State)

Kekoa Crawford (WR Cal) source

Ryan Van Demark (OT Connecticut)

Dallas Flowers (CB Pittsburg St.)

Samson Nacua (WR BYU) source

Forrest Rhyne (LB Villanova)

Cullen Wick (DE Tulsa)

Michael Young Jr. (WR Cincinnati)

Alex Mollette (OL Marshall)

Scott Patchan (DL Colorado State)

Trevor Denbow (LB SMU)


Kevin Austin (WR Notre Dame) source

Josh Thompson (DB Texas) source

Nick Ford (OL Utah)

Grant Morgan (LB Arkansas)

Gerrit Prince (TE UAB)

Andrew Mevis (K Iowa State) source


Dustin Crum (QB Kent State) source

Mike Rose (LB Iowa State)  source

Jerrion Ealy (RB Mississippi) source

Tayon Fleet-Davis (RB Maryland) source

Jack Cochrane (LB S. Dakota State) source

Devin Darrington (RB Virginia) source

Gene Pryor (OL Hawaii) source

Kendrick Price (WR Northwestern St) source


Chase Garbers (QB Cal)

Zach VanValkenburg (EDGE Iowa)

Bamidele Olaseni (OT Utah)

Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa (EDGE Notre Dame) source

Tre Turner (WR Virginia Tech) source

Sam Webb (CB Missouri Western) source

Darien Butler (LB Arizona State)  source

Isaiah Pola-Mao (S USC)  source

Cole Fotheringham (TE Utah)  source

Justin Hall (WR Ball State) source

Bryce Cosby (S Ball State) source


Leddie Brown (RB West Virginia)

James McCourt (K Illinois) source

Stone Smartt (TE Old Dominion)

Brandon Peters (QB Illinois) source

Skyler Thomas (DB Liberty) source

Trevon Bradford (WR Oregon State) source

Erik Krommenhoek (TE USC) source

Raheem Layne (S Indiana)

Tyreek Maddox-Williams (LB Rutgers)

Kevin Marks (RB Buffalo)

Brandon Sebastian (CB Boston College)

Ty Shelby (LB Lousiana-Monroe)

Andrew Trainer (OT William & Mary)

Isaac Weaver (C Old Dominion)


Daniel Isom (DB Washington State) source

Brayden Thomas (EDGE NDSU) source

Jairon McVea (S Baylor) source

Cameron Dicker (K Texas) source

Jake Hummel (LB Iowa State) source

Ceasar Williams (CB Wisconsin) source

Keir Thomas (DE Florida State) source

Jack Snyder (OG San Jose St) source

Roger Carter (FB Georgia State) source


Blaise Andries (OL Minnesota)

Kellen Diesch (OL Arizona State)

Verone McKinley III (CB Oregon)

ZaQuandre White (RB S. Carolina) source

Jordan Williams (DL Virginia Tech) source

Elijah Hamilton  (DB La Tech) source

Ty Clary (iOL Arkansas) source

Kader Kohou (DB Texas A&M Commerce) source

Tommy Heatherly (P Florida International) source

Tanner Conner (WR Idaho State) source

Ben Stille (DL Nebraksa) source

Ben Carney (DL Illinois) source


Mike Brown (S Miami OH) source

Thomas Hennigan (WR App State)  source

Bryant Koback (RB Toledo)  source

Zach McCloud (EDGE Miami)  source

Josh Sokol (OC Sacred Heart)  source

Tyarise Stevenson (DT Tulsa)  source

Luiji Vilain (EDGE Wake Forest)  source

Ryan Wright (P Tulane)  source


D'Eriq King (QB Miami) source

Kody Russey (OC Houston) source

Brendan Schooler (S Texas) source

LaBryan Ray (DT Alabama) Source

DaMarcus Mitchell (LB Purdue) Source

Jake Julien (P Eastern Michigan) Source

Liam Shanahan (iOL LSU)  Source



Abram Smith (RB Baylor) source

John Parker Romo (K Virginia Tech) source

Rashid Shaheed (WR/KR Weber)

Jack Koerner (S Iowa)

Smoke Monday (S Auburn) source

DaMarcus Fields(CB Texas Tech) source


Yusuf Corker (S Kentucky) source

Joshua Rivas (OL Kansas St.) source

Jashaun Corbin (RB Florida State) source

Christopher Hinton (DT Michigan) source

Austin Allen (TE Nebraska)

Jeremiah Hall (FB/TE Oklahoma) source

Tyrone Truesdell (DL Florida) source 

Darren Evans (CB LSU)

Jabari Ellis (DL S. Carolina) source

Tomon Fox (EDGE North Carolina) source

Trenton Thompson (S San Diego State)


Zonovan Knight (RB NC State)

DJ Ford (S East Carolina) source

Allan George (CB Vanderbilt) source

Tony Adams (S Illinois) source

Keshunn Abram (WR Kent State) source

Savion Williams (DL Florida A&M) source

DeAndre Torrey (RB North Texas) source

Irvin Charles (WR IUP)

DQ Thomas (LB Middle Tennessee State)

C.J. Brewer (DT Coastal Carolina)

Trenten Morrow (S Sienna Heights) —TRYOUT source

Brett Borske (TE W. Michigan) —TRYOUT source

Jeremy Webb (CB Kansas)—TRYOUT source

LD Brown (RB Oklahoma State) —TRYOUT source


Carson Strong (QB Nevada) source

EJ Perry (QB Brown) source

Josh Jobe (CB Alabama) source

Noah Elliss (DT Idaho)  source

Mario Goodrich (CB Clemson)

Josh Blackwell (DB Duke) source

Kennedy Brooks (RB Oklahoma)

Reed Blankenship (S MTSU)

Josh Sills (OG Oklahoma State) source

Britain Covey (WR Utah)


Jaylen Warren (RB Oklahoma State) source

Jordan Tucker (OT North Carolina) source

Tyree Johnson (OLB Texas A&M) source

Chris Owens (OL Alabama) source

Mataeo Durant (RB Duke) source

Jake Dixon (OT Duquesne) source

Donovan Jeter  (DT Michigan) source

T.D. Moultry (OLB Auburn) source

Chris Steele (CB USC) source

Bryce Watts (CB UMass) source


Leon O'Neal Jr (S Texas A&M)  source

Dohnovan West (OC Arizona State) source

Jeremiah Gemmel (LB North Carolina) source

Jason Poe (iOL/FB Mercer) source

Tayler Hawkins (S San Diego State) source

Tay Martin (WR Oklahoma State) source

Segun Olubi (LB San Diego State) source

Taysir Mack (WR Pittsburgh) source


Joey Blount (S Virginia) source

Bubba Bolden (S Miami) source

Shamarious Gilmore (OG Georgia State) source

Joshua Valentine-Turner (CB Florida International) source

Vi Jones (LB NC State) source

Scott Nelson (S Wisconsin) source

Rodney Coates (WR West Florida) source

Matthew Gotel (DL West Florida) source

Demetrius Robinson (WR Auburn) source

John Mitchell (WR Florida Atlantic) source

Deontai Williams (S Nebraska) source

Levi Lewis (QB Louisiana-Lafayette) source

Josh Onujiogu (DE Framingham State) source

Tyrese Dedmon (S Idaho) —TRYOUT source

Kaleb Eleby (QB Western Michigan) —TRYOUT


Deven Thompkins (WR Utah State WR) source

Nolan Turner (S Clemson) Per Greg Auman

Dylan Cook (OT Montana) source

Kaylon Geiger (WR Texas Tech) source 

Kyler McMichael (CB North Carolina) source

Jerreth Sterns (WR W. Kentucky) source


Reggie Roberson Jr (WR SMU) source

Jayden Peevy(Texas A&M DT) source

Xavier Newman-Johnson (OG Baylor) source

Haskell Garrett (DT Iowa State) source

Sam Okuayinonu (EDGE, Maryland)

Tre Swilling (CB Georgia Tech) source

Caleb Shudak (K Iowa) source

David Anenih (EDGE Houston) source

Michael Griffin II (DB South Dakota State)

Jack Gibbens (LB Minnesota)

Hayden Howerton (OL SMU)


Cole Kelley (SE Louisiana) source

Jequez Ezzard (WR Sam Houston State) source

Tyrese Robinson (OL Oklahoma) source

Kyric McGowan (WR Georgia Tech) source

Curtis Hodges (TE Arizona State) source

Devin Taylor (CB Bowling Green) source

Ferrod Gardner (LB Louisiana) source

Drew White (LB Notre Dame) source




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