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NFL: Undrafted Free Agents to Watch in the NFC South
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17 May 2017 05:57 PM EST

-by Bo Marchionte, Contributing Writer; Image: Mississippi State receiver Fred Ross after the catch. (Image Source: Getty Images)

Following the NFL Draft, all 32 team quickly turned to their phones to sign the top undrafted free agents. Here’s one UFA to watch from each team in the NFC South:

Carolina Panthers

Fred Ross, WR, Mississippi State

The Panthers got a bit of a steal by signing this 6-foot-1, 213-pound receiver who can line up all over the field for Carolina’s offense. He can become a solid possession receiver in the Panthers offense. Keep a close eye on him during camp.

New Orleans Saints

Collin Buchanan, OL, Miami (Ohio)

The Saints were lucky to get a guy of Buchanan’s caliber as an undrafted free agent. The second team All-MAC offensive tackle will also serve as a guard at the next level. He brings great size (6-foot-4 and 316 pounds) and gives the Saints a valuable prospect moving forward.

Atlanta Falcons

Daniel Brunskill, OL, San Diego State

Hard to believe he did not go drafted. Brunskill is one of the better UFA prospects, with a lot of upside. He has a tremendous skill set and hopefully the Falcons allow him to develop, which shouldn’t take long because he is a quick learner and versatile.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Cole Gardner, OL, Eastern Michigan

This is where a lot of MAC players earn their keep, by signing as undrafted free agents, and eventually making the 53-man roster by summer’s end. Gardner helped anchor one of the best offensive lines in the country at Eastern Michigan and was All-MAC Second Team at tackle. He has the mental makeup and mechanics to last beyond the final roster cuts.

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