Written by Emanuele Addondi on May 11, 2016
The 2016 NFL draft is now in the books, with its seven rounds and 253 selections. However, the process is still ongoing with all the undrafted free agent signings.
Let’s take a look where the best players left on the board landed — it’s time to dig into the NFC additions
Ben Braunecker — TE— Harvard: He was the go-to guy in his senior year. Braunecker is a tough player and a very good route-runner who can also block.
Taveze Calhoun — CB — Mississippi State: A very smart player on & off the field, Calhoun is more suited to play zone than man due to his athletic limitations.
Chase Farris — OG — Ohio State: Only a one-year starter, Farris is a raw prospect who struggled playing right tackle in 2015. However, he moved to guard during East-West Shrine Week and looked much (read more…)