Though they were not fortunate enough to be taken during the seven-round NFL Draft, multiple HBCU football players were able to get invitations ink free-agent deals.

Listed below are players who were signed or invited to rookie mini-camps following the draft:

Javarius Leamon, South Carolina State, New York Jets
Javancy Jones, Jackson State, Arizona Cardinals
Dan Williams, Jackson State, Oakland Raiders
Zavian Bingham, Jackson State, Baltimore Ravens
Kevin Kenton, Tennessee State, New York Jets
Ronald Butler, Tennessee State, Seattle Seahawks
Derrick Griffin, Texas Southern, Minnesota Vikings
Ezra Robinson, Tennessee State, Jacksonville Jaguars
Jessamen Dunker, Tennessee State, New York Giants
Jac’Que Polite, Winston-Salem State, Buffalo Bills
Verlan Hunter, Grambling, Washington Redskins
Roderick Henderson, Alabama State, Tennessee Titans

About The Author

Kendrick Marshall
Contributing Editor

Contributing Editor for HBCU Sports, award-winning journalist, and a graduate of Jackson State University.

2 Responses

  1. Alvin Harris

    These NFL teams know they can get these HBCU football players cheat no matter what, but each and every one of them will take full advantage of these given NFL opportunities…..
    @realAlvin D.Harris 1980 free agent Dallas Cowboys…

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