A cautionary tale every NFL Draft is the number of underclassmen who go undrafted. Of the 84 underclassmen who declared early for the 2015 NFL Draft, only 60 were selected, leaving 24 players, who gave up their college eligibility early, undrafted.
The 2015 NFL Draft is complete and now is time for everyone to dissect each team's haul from the weekend. Let's be honest, it's unfair to accurately grade each class until at least a few years down the road, but several teams stood out for what they did in the NFL Draft.
Although several players didn't hear their names called in the 2015 NFL Draft, that doesn't mean their NFL dream is over as hundreds of players will sign undrafted contracts. Here's a look at the top names who were not selected this year.
Will an NFL invest a draft pick in the former LSU star offensive tackle? Will the Cleveland Browns ever again draft a wide receiver? Where might quarterbacks Brett Hundley and Bryce Petty land? We take on these questions and more in our Day Three Bold Predictions for the 2015 NFL Draft.
Randy Gregory was a mainstay in the top-10 of first round mock drafts. But numerous failed drug tests, including one at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, sabotaged his draft stock, dropping him out of the first round. And the Cowboys scooped him up at pick No. 60.