Top undrafted free agents following the 2018 NFL Draft

ARLINGTON, Texas -- There were 256 players selected in the 2018 NFL Draft who now have a place to call home. But for those who didn't hear their name called over the three days, it doesn't mean hope of making an NFL roster is lost. Here is my position-by-position list of the best priority free agents available (by rank).

Quarterbacks

  1. Chase Litton, Marshall
    1. Kurt Benkert, Virginia
    2. Nic Shimonek, Texas Tech
    3. J.T. Barrett, Ohio State
    4. Riley Ferguson, Memphis
    5. Luis Perez, Texas A&M-Commerce
    6. Nick Stevens, Colorado State
    7. Matt Linehan, Idaho
    8. Peter Pujals, Holy Cross
    9. Kenny Hill, TCU
    10. John O'Korn, Michigan
    11. Brandon Silvers, Troy
    12. Richard Lagew, Indiana
    13. Chris Streveler, South Dakota
    14. Jeremiah Briscoe, Sam Houston State
    15. Tim Boyle, Eastern Kentucky
    16. Kerron Johnson, Coastal Carolina
    17. Kyle Allen, Houston
    18. Chad Meredith, S.E. Missouri State
    19. Christopher Board, North Dakota
    20. Max Staver, Maine

Running backs

  1. Josh Adams, Notre Dame
    1. Martez Carter, Grambling
    2. Darrel Williams, LSU
    3. Akrum Wadley, Iowa
    4. Roc Thomas, Jacksonville State
    5. Kamryn Pettway, Auburn
    6. Phillip Lindsay, Colorado
    7. Ryan Nall, Oregon State
    8. Ralph Webb, Vanderbilt
    9. Justin Crawford, West Virginia
    10. Luke McNitt, Nebraska
    11. Lavon Coleman, Washington
    12. Jeffery Wilson, North Texas
    13. Jarvion Franklin, Western Michigan
    14. Chris Warren, Texas
    15. Keith Ford, Texas A&M
    16. Nick Wilson, Arizona
    17. Kyle Hicks, TCU
    18. Malik Williams, Louisville
    19. Mike Boone, Cincinnati
    20. Jordan Chunn, Troy
    21. Jamal Morrow, Washington State
    22. Demario Richard, Arizona State
    23. Quinton Flowers, South Florida
    24. Ty Isaac, Michigan
    25. Gus Edwards, Rutgers
    26. Terry Swanson, Toledo
    27. Dalyn Dawkins, Colorado State
    28. D'Ernest Johnson, South Florida
    29. Ray Lawry, Old Dominion
    30. Dontrell Hilliard, Tulane
    31. Detrez Newsome, Western Carolina
    32. Mark Thompson, Florida
    33. Phillip Lindsay, Colorado
    34. Shaun Wilson, Duke
    35. Anthony Philyaw, Howard
    36. Gerald Holmes, Morgan State
    37. Larry Rose, New Mexico State
    38. Sherman Badie, Tulane

Wide receivers

  1. Allen Lazard, Iowa State
    1. Simmie Cobbs, Indiana
    2. Byron Pringle, Kansas State
    3. Jeff Badet, Oklahoma
    4. Jester Weah, Pittsburgh
    5. Vyncint Smith, Limestone
    6. Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State
    7. Robert Foster, Alabama
    8. Ted Redding, Bowling Green
    9. Reggie Bonnafon, Louisville
    10. Jaelon Acklin, Western Illinois
    11. Korey Robertson, Southern Miss
    12. Chris Lacy, Oklahoma State
    13. Taj Williams, TCU
    14. Josh Crockett, Central Oklahoma
    15. Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh
    16. Jonah Trinnaman, BYU
    17. Matt Vanderberg, Iowa
    18. Steve Ishmael, Syracuse
    19. J.T. Luper, Central Oklahoma
    20. Keith Kirkwood, Temple
    21. J.D. Diarse, TCU
    22. Ka'Raun White, West Virginia
    23. Caleb Scott, Vanderbilt
    24. Trent Sheffield, Vanderbilt
    25. Bryce Bobo, Colorado
    26. Tre Bonner, Houston
    27. Saeed Blacknail, Penn State
    28. Elijah Marks, Northern Arizona
    29. Davon Grayson, East Carolina
    30. Devante Kincade, Grambling
    31. Deontay Burnett, USC
    32. Steven Mitchell, USC
    33. Cam Phillips, Virginia Tech
    34. Damoun Patterson, Youngstown State
    35. Frank Stephens, Air Force
    36. Dijon Paschal, Arkansas State
    37. Matt Sewall, Bryant
    38. Gary McKnight Jr., Northeastern (Okla.) State
    39. Shay Fields, Colorado
    40. Devin Ross, Colorado
    41. Brandon Powell, Florida
    42. Byron Pringle, Kansas State
    43. Garrett Johnson, Kentucky
    44. Charles Walker, Kentucky
    45. Jalen Tolliver, Louisiana-Monroe
    46. Devin Scott, Louisiana-Lafayette
    47. Earl Malik, Missouri State
    48. Jordan Gandy, Murray State
    49. De'Mornay Pierson-El, Nebraska
    50. Trent Bostic, Charlotte
    51. Elijah Marks, Northern Arizona
    52. Elijaah Goins, Ohio State
    53. Andrew Bridgeforth, Slippery Rock
    54. Quinton Lane, South Alabama
    55. Cameron Batson, Texas Tech
    56. DeVonte Boyd, UNLV

Tight ends

  1. Marcus Baugh, Ohio State
    1. Ethan Wolfe, Tennessee
    2. David Wells, San Diego State
    3. Andrew Vollert, Weber State
    4. Deon Yelder, Western Kentucky
    5. Matt Flanagan, Pittsburgh
    6. Blake Mack, Arkansas State
    7. Shane Wimann, Northern Illinois
    8. Nick Keizer, Grand Valley State
    9. Cam Serigne, Wake Forest
    10. Junior Pomee, West Texas A&M
    11. Ryan Smith, Miami (Ohio)
    12. Damon Gibson, Minnesota-Moorhead
    13. Jason Reese, Missouri
    14. DeAndre Goolsby, Florida
    15. Jeb Blazevich, Georgia
    16. Tyler Hoppes, Nebraska
    17. Andrew Caskin, William & Mary
    18. Nathan Marcus, Vanderbilt
    19. Greg Hart, Kentucky
    20. David Ajamu, Washington
    21. Derrick Hayward, Maryland
    22. Ben Johnson, Kansas
    23. Garrett Hudson, Richmond
    24. Cole Hunt, TCU
    25. Jordan Franks, Central Florida
    26. Dillon Salva, Merrimack
    27. Jonathan Wolf, Minnesota-Mankato
    28. Trey Scott, North Carolina A&T
    29. Cole Cook, N.C. State
    30. Connor Wentz, North Dakota State
    31. Garrett Dickerson, Northwestern
    32. Julian Allen, Southern Miss
    33. Brett Thompson, Tennessee-Martin
    34. Austin Ramesh, Wisconsin

Offensive linemen

  1. Zach Crabtree, Oklahoma State
    1. Toby Weathersby, LSU
    2. Sean Welsh, Iowa
    3. Nick Gates, Nebraska
    4. Tony Adams, N.C. State
    5. Taylor Hearn, Clemson
    6. Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pittsburgh
    7. Dejon Allen, Hawaii
    8. Desmond Harrison, West Georgia
    9. Brett Toth, Army
    10. Skyler Phillips, Idaho State
    11. Evan Brown, SMU
    12. Gerhard De Beer, Arizona
    13. Jacob Alsadek, Arizona
    14. Austin Golson, Auburn
    15. K.J. Malone, LSU
    16. Jake Campos, Iowa State
    17. Aaron Stinnie, James Madison
    18. Jamar McGloster, Syracuse
    19. Darius James, Auburn
    20. Matt Gano, Wesley
    21. K.C. McDermott, Miami
    22. Brad Lundblade, Oklahoma State
    23. David Bright, Stanford
    24. Brett Kendrick, Tennessee
    25. Sales Uhatafe, Utah
    26. Nate Wozniak, Minnesota
    27. Beau Nunn, Appalachian State
    28. Mo Porter, Baylor
    29. Aaron Evans, Central Florida
    30. Austin Fleer, Colorado-Mesa
    31. Zack Goloitch, Colorado State
    32. Albert Havili, Eastern Washington
    33. Christian Dilavro, Illinois
    34. Isaac Boettger, Iowa
    35. David Reese, Montana
    36. Bradford Lundblade, Oklahoma State
    37. Jake Pisarcik, Oregon
    38. Bryce Johnson, State John's (Minn.)
    39. Ian Park, Slippery Rock
    40. Nico Falah, USC
    41. Justin Evans, South Carolina State
    42. Cole Boozer, Temple
    43. Tristan Nickelson, Texas
    44. Patrick Morris, TCU
    45. Elijah Nkansah, Toledo

Defensive linemen

  1. Hercules Mata'afa, Washington State
    1. Marcell Frazier, Missouri
    2. Poona Ford, Texas
    3. Trenton Thompson, Georgia
    4. Sharif Finch, Temple
    5. Christian LaCouture, LSU
    6. Ja'Von Rolland-Jones, Arkansas State
    7. Joe Ostman, Central Michigan
    8. Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State (Ala.)
    9. Trent Harris, Miami
    10. Matt Dickerson, UCLA
    11. Jamiyus Pittman, Central Florida
    12. Tracy Sprinkle, Ohio State
    13. Greg Gilmore, LSU
    14. Curtis Cothran, Pen State
    15. Henry Mondeaux, Oregon
    16. Mike Ramsay, Duke
    17. Zaycoven Henderson, Texas A&M
    18. Tyler Lancaster, Northwestern
    19. Jamar King, Alabama
    20. Parker Cothran, Penn State
    21. John Atkins, Georgia
    22. Du'Vonta Lampkin, Oklahoma
    23. Taylor Stallworth, South Carolina
    24. Kevin Soulek, South Dakota State
    25. Nifae Lealad, Vanderbilt
    26. Eric Boggs, Appalachian State
    27. Ben Sorensen, Cal-Sacramento
    28. Malik Forrester, Fresno State
    29. Dalton Keene, Illinois State
    30. Drew Bailey, Louisville
    31. Frank Herron, LSU
    32. Cavon Walker, Maryland
    33. Patrick Choudia, Nevada
    34. Ebo Ogundeko, Tennessee State
    35. Jesse Brubaker, Tulsa
    36. Daniel Ekuale, Washington State

Linebackers

  1. Skai Moore, South Carolina
    1. Mike McCray, Michigan
    2. Frank Ginda, San Jose State
    3. Matthew Thomas, Florida State
    4. Frankie Lulu, Washington State
    5. Manase Mungalu, Oregon State
    6. Chris Worley, Ohio State
    7. Garret Dooley, Wisconsin
    8. Davin Bellamy, Georgia
    9. Jason Cabinda, Penn State
    10. Slone Teuhema, Southeast Louisiana
    11. Jeff Holland, Auburn
    12. Nick DeLuca, North Dakota State
    13. Nyles Morgan, Notre Dame
    14. Andrew Motuapuaka, Virginia Tech
    15. Auggie Sanchez, South Florida
    16. Joe Lanning, Iowa State
    17. Tre Williams, Auburn
    18. Jacob Pugh, Florida State
    19. Brian Womac, Rice
    20. James Hearns, Louisville
    21. Bo Bower, Iowa
    22. Ben Niemann, Iowa
    23. Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State
    24. Corey Thompson, LSU
    25. Derek McCartney, Colorado
    26. Tegray Scales, Indiana
    27. Cortney Love, Kentucky
    28. DeMarquis Gates, Ole Miss
    29. Cayson Collins, North Carolina
    30. Emmanuel Ellerbee, Rice
    31. William Ossai, San Jose State
    32. Naashon Hughes, Texas
    33. Junior Joseph, Connecticut

Defensive backs

  1. Holton Hill, Texas
    1. Quenton Meeks, Stanford
    2. J.C. Jackson, Maryland
    3. Quin Blanding, Virginia
    4. Tony Brown, Alabama
    5. Grant Haley, Penn State
    6. Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State
    7. Rashard Fant, Indiana
    8. Levi Wallace, Alabama
    9. Kevin Toliver, LSU
    10. Kameron Kelly, San Diego State
    11. Arrion Springs, Oregon
    12. Michael Joseph, Dubuque
    13. Godwin Igwebuike, Northwestern
    14. Joshua Kalu, Nebraska
    15. Trayvon Henderson, Hawaii
    16. Andre Chachere, San Jose State
    17. Troy Matthews, Auburn
    18. Damon Webb, Ohio State
    19. Linden Stephens, Cincinnati
    20. Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State
    21. Charvarius Ward, Middle Tennessee State
    22. Trey Marshall, Florida State
    23. Dee Delaney, Miami
    24. Afolabi Laguda, Colorado
    25. Darious Williams, UAB
    26. Heath Harding, Miami (Ohio)
    27. Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma
    28. Jalen Davis, Utah State
    29. Stephen Roberts, Auburn
    30. A.J. Howard, Appalachian State
    31. Marcus Edmond, Clemson
    32. Joseph Putu, Florida
    33. Bryce Canady, Florida International
    34. Dominick Sanders, Georgia
    35. B.J. Clay, Georgia State
    36. Montrel Meander, Grambling
    37. Reginald Hall, Jacksonville State
    38. Raven Greene, James Madison
    39. Nick Holley, Kent State
    40. Jason Matovu, Maine
    41. Christian Slaughter, Memphis
    42. Anthony Sherrils, Missouri
    43. A.J. Moore, Ole Miss
    44. J.T. Gray, Mississippi State
    45. Mike Basile, Monmouth
    46. Bryson McCabe, Montana State
    47. Travis Wilson, Nevada
    48. Kishawn McClain, North Texas
    49. Elijah Campbell, Northern Iowa
    50. Steven Parker, Oklahoma
    51. Brandon Arnold, Oregon State
    52. D.J. Olmstead, Washburn
    53. Juante Baldwin, Pittsburgh (Kansas) State
    54. Jamarcus King, South Carolina
    55. Mike Ford, S.E. Missouri State
    56. Jomez Applewhite, Southern Miss
    57. Tre Herndon, Vanderbilt
    58. Trey Johnson, Villanova
    59. Ezekiel Turner, Washington
    60. Astantay Brown, Western Michigan
    61. Rico Gafford, Wyoming

Place-kickers

  1. Daniel Pineiro, Florida
    1. Aaron Medley, Tennessee
    2. Michael Badgley, Miami
    3. Cole Murphy, Syracuse
    4. Matthew McCrane, Kansas State
    5. Mike Weaver, Wake Forest
    6. Daniel Martinez, Wayland Baptist
    7. Griffin Oakes, Indiana
    8. Drew Brown, Nebraska
    9. Jonathan Barnes, Louisiana Tech
    10. Kaare Vedvik, Marshall

Punters

  1. Joe Zema, Incarnate Word
    1. Ryan Winslow, Pittsburgh
    2. Shane Tripuka, Texas A&M
    3. Joe Davidson, Bowling Green
    4. Cameron Nizialek, Georgia
    5. Trevor Daniel, Tennessee
    6. Keith Wrzuszczak, Eastern Kentucky
    7. Alan Luna, UTEP

Long-snappers

  1. Tanner Crew, Oregon
    1. Mitchell Fraboni, Arizona State

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