With yet another exciting NFL Draft in the books, the rush for teams to start making phone calls to sign undrafted free agents has mostly come and gone. While many of these undrafted players are guys that no one really knows, there are some that are notable due to their college career, family name or even media coverage.

Notable Quarterbacks

Trevor Knight, the Texas A&M quarterback who played his first three seasons in college with the Oklahoma Sooners signed with the Arizona Cardinals. Western Michigan's Zach Terrell, arguably the best quarterback in school history, signed with the Baltimore Ravens.

Terrell helped lead the team to a school best 13-0 regular season and a Cotton Bowl appearance, where they lost to Wisconsin.

Cooper Rush was the starting quarterback for Central Michigan for four seasons, helping lead them to three straight bowl appearances. He signed with the Dallas Cowboys. P.J. Walker was the starter at Temple for three full seasons and led them to consecutive ten win seasons for the first time in school history. He signed with the Green Bay Packers. Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Sefo Liufau signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after leading Colorado to their best season in 15 years in 2016.

Notable Wide Receivers

Two players that were notably featured in ESPN's 2017 NFL Draft coverage did not get taken in the draft, but they have both signed with teams.

Krishawn Hogan, who played for the NAIA-level Marian Knights, signed with the Arizona Cardinals. Florida State's Travis Rudolph, who made headlines for his kind gesture of befriending an autistic boy last year, signed with the New York Giants.

Clemson Tigers starting wide receiver Artavis Scott, who was a key part of their championship team, was signed by the San Diego Chargers.

Arizona Wildcats receiver and son of legendary baseball player Ken Griffey Jr., Trey Griffey, was signed by the Indianapolis Colts.

Other notable players

Wisconsin Badgers running back Corey Clement, the latest successful running back from the program, signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. Clemson Tigers linebacker Ben Boulware, who was the heart and soul of their championship team, signed with the Carolina Panthers.

Georgia State kicker Younghoe Koo, the second most accurate kicker in college football last season, signed with the Los Angeles Chargers. Ohio State punter Cameron Johnston, who had the fifth-most average yards per punt last season, signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.