The 2014 NFL Draft, all 14,278 hours of it, is in the books. Six Ohio State players heard their names called, the most for the program in five years.
Following the draft, six other Buckeyes quickly came to terms with league teams and will sign undrafted free agent contracts or attempt to earn a deal following a tryout.
Here's a roundup of former Buckeyes that went undrafted and their reported landing spots. Remember: Nothing is truly official until the name's signed to the dotted line.
- Andrew Norwell's agent told Buckeye Sports Bulletin that Norwell will sign with the Carolina Panthers.
- C.J. Barnett will get a chance with the New York Giants, per his Twitter.
- Corey "Philly" Brown's agent told ESPN's Adam Caplan that his client will sign with the Carolina Panthers.
- Jordan Hall has been offered a tryout with the Pittsburgh Steelers, per 97.1 The Fan in Columbus.
- Drew Basil will try out for the Atlanta Falcons, per his Twitter.
- Marcus Hall signed with the Indianapolis Colts, per Doug Lesmerises of Cleveland.com, which...
- Chris Fields tweeted he's off to the Washington Redskins, although it's unclear if he's signed as an undrafted free agent or it's on a tryout basis.
We'll keep this updated as reports trickle in. Be sure to stop by the 2014 NFL Draft Clearinghouse for complete coverage.