Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett wasn’t drafted, but is in some degree of demand.
His previous employer (I mean, provider of an unpaid internship) announced that Barrett had accepted an invitation to work out for the Saints at their rookie minicamp, which will be held Mother’s Day weekend.
Steelers (from Packers via Seahawks) — Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State: He’s big (6-5, 235), smart, was highly productive and efficient in the Cowboys’ spread offense and does a nice job attacking deep. Also seems highly Basketball Jerseys Cheap coachable and willing to take the back seat that he’d surely find himself occupying for another year or two behind Ben Roethlisberger. Rudolph admitted an affinity for Pittsburgh in the pre-draft process and said coach Mike Tomlin had showed interest in his services. Heads to the Steel City with OSU teammate James Washington.
Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio State: This Buckeyes pass rusher, who replaced Joey Bosa, heads downstate. Hubbard credits time spent as Bosa’s backup for accelerating his own development. While he might not be able to match Bosa’s sheer athleticism, Hubbard is hoping to impress NFL teams with versatility and a strong motor.
The Cowboys drafted University of Texas offensive lineman Connor Williams in the second round. He will Cheap Authentic Hockey Jerseys get the first shot at the left guard spot despite playing left tackle in college.
They also signed veteran guard Marcus Martin in free agency and re-signed veteran backup Joe Looney.
A former decathlete, he brings a good blend of speed and strength and seems far better equipped than, say, Donte Jackson to battle NFC South receivers. Oliver should step right into the nickel role.
Derrius Guice, RB, LSU: Washington is obviously undeterred by the rumors swirling around Guice, once projected as a first rounder. He’s a thumper who will force even NFL defensive backs to make business decisions when he breaks into opposing secondaries. Like ex-teammate Leonard Fournette, Guice should display more effectiveness as a receiver than he could in college. Still, questions that have surfaced around him at the 11th hour — including a USA TODAY Sports report that cast doubt about his contention he was asked inappropriate questions at the combine — could be reason for trepidation.