The NFL Draft came to a conclusion on Saturday afternoon, and with that came a flurry of activity with undrafted rookies signing deals with their new NFL teams. Three Texas A&M Aggies joined the NFL ranks via this route.
Receiver Quartney Davis was a player whom many thought would be drafted, but when he wasn’t, he had several teams bidding for his services. Though he initially had agreed to terms with the Dallas Cowboys, that offer was apparently upped by the Minnesota Vikings, who inked the Aggie wideout.
I want to thank the @Vikings for giving me this opportunity. I’m extremely honor for this opportunity. This organization will not be let down I PROMISE. Now let’s get to work! #SKOL— Quartney Davis ☥ (@QuartneyDavis1) April 26, 2020
Speaking of receivers signing with the Cowboys, when Davis moved on, Dallas wasted no time in finding another Aggie pass catcher to take his place in the form of Kendrick Rogers. Rogers will join a crowded wide receiver room in Dallas that now includes Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Ceedee Lamb.
Texas A&M wide receiver Kendrick Rogers has signed with the Dallas Cowboys, according to an Instagram post from his sports management agency.— . (@Travis_L_Brown) April 26, 2020
Meanwhile cornerback Debione Renfro has apparently signed with the Seattle Seahawks.
Looks like Texas A&M DB Debione Renfro is headed to Seattle as an UDFA https://t.co/owFg55wBDt— Brian Perroni (@Perroni247) April 25, 2020
Cornerback Charles Oliver and offensive lineman Colton Prater will also pursue NFL free agency, likely signing deals or getting training camp invitations soon. Assuming training camp happens. Screw you, COVID.
Good luck to all of these Aggies in the NFL!