Michigan set a school record with 11 players selected in this year’s NFL draft, including first-round choices Jabrill Peppers (Cleveland, No. 25) and Taco Charlton (Dallas, No. 28). Five Wolverines were chosen on Day 3 of the draft in the final four rounds.
There are still more former Michigan players who will get opportunities in the NFL as undrafted free agents. Several players announced their signings via Twitter soon after the draft ended.
CB Channing Stribling will join Peppers in Cleveland.
— Channing Stribling (@C_Strib8) April 29, 2017
Kenny Allen handled Michigan’s kicking and punting duties last season. He’ll have just one job to compete for in Baltimore.
Happy to say I will be joining the @Ravens as a punter. So thankful for this opportunity and I can't wait to get to work.
— Kenny Allen (@Kenny__Allen) April 29, 2017
DL Matt Godin has signed with Houston.
Very excited to announce I've agreed to terms with @HoustonTexans…I'm ready to get to work and compete!
— Matt Godin (@Matt_godin81) April 29, 2017
OL Erik Magnuson is heading west to the San Francisco 49ers.
Proud to announce I have agreed to terms with the @49ers ! Excited to get there and get to work!
— Erik Magnuson (@erikmagnuson78) April 29, 2017
S Dymonte Thomas will join TE Jake Butt, a fifth-round pick, in Denver with the Broncos.
— Isaiah Hole (@isaiahhole) April 30, 2017
OL Kyle Kalis has signed with Washington.
— IHC Sports (@IHCSports) April 29, 2017
RB De’Veon Smith has signed with Miami.
— Element Sports Group (@element_sports) April 30, 2017
Land of 10 will continue to update this page as more signings are known.