2017 NFL Draft: Austin Carr highlights All-Big Ten Undrafted Team
The 2017 NFL Draft is history. And the Big Ten had 35 draft choices among the 253 selections in Philadelphia. That total ranked fourth among the Power Five conferences, as the SEC had 53, the ACC 43 and the Pac-12 notched 36.
Many Big Ten stars got tabbed, including first-round picks like Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers and Taco Charlton, Ohio State’s Gareon Conley, Malik Hooker and Marshon Lattimore and Wisconsin’s Ryan Ramczyk and T.J. Watt. But a lot of good Big Ten players went undrafted.
Northwestern’s Austin Carr, Wisconsin’s Corey Clement, Michigan’s Erik Magnuson, Illinois’ Carroll Phillips, Ohio State’s Cameron Johnston and Wisconsin’s Sojourn Shelton all received first-team All-Big Ten honors but went unpicked.
You could put together a pretty good team of undrafted Big Ten players. And I did just that.
WR Austin Carr, Northwestern (Patriots)
WR R.J. Shelton, Michigan State (Vikings)
TE Josiah Price, Michigan State (Vikings)
L Erik Magnuson, Michigan (49ers)
L Kyle Kalis, Michigan (Redskins)
L Jonah Pirsig, Minnesota (Titans)
L Cole Croston, Iowa (Patriots)
L Jordan Roos, Purdue (Seahawks)
QB Wes Lunt, Illinois (Vikings)
RB Dontre Wilson, Ohio State (Chargers)
RB Corey Clement, Wisconsin (Eagles)
L Garrett Sickels, Penn State (Colts)
L Evan Schwan, Penn State (Giants)
L Carroll Phillips, Illinois (Jaguars)
LB Riley Bullough, Michigan State (Buccaneers)
LB Brandon Bell, Penn State (Bengals)
LB Josh Banderas, Nebraska (Broncos)
LB Marcus Oliver, Indiana (Eagles)
CB Sojourn Shelton, Wisconsin (Cardinals)
CB Channing Stribling, Michigan (Browns)
S Damarius Travis, Minnesota (Patriots)
S Demetrius Cox, Michigan State (Bengals)
P Cameron Johnston, Ohio State (Eagles)
R William Likely (TBA)