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FSU football 2016 undrafted free agent tracker

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Not being drafted does not mean not getting a chance.

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The 2016 NFL Draft has come to a close, and the Florida State Seminoles had a pair of players drafted, each of whom was a consensus All-American while at FSU. Defensive back Jalen Ramsey was taken fifth overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars, which helped the Seminoles match a powerhouse program, and kicker Roberto Aguayo was selected in the second round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, amid some controversy.

Several other 'Noles did not hear their names called, but their NFL dreams are still quite alive, via free agency. Actually, when it comes to the end of the draft, ceremony aside, it's probably better for players to go undrafted. That way, when teams come calling after, players have their choice. That gives them the ability to evaluate which system they're best suited to, the existing roster they'd be attempting to make, the city in which they'd want to live, etc.

These signings will begin at any time, so make sure to check back here, as this piece will be updated as information is made available. The Seminoles who could still sign include Nile Lawrence-Stample, Terrance Smith, Giorgio Newberry, Lamarcus Brutus, Reggie Northrup, and Cason Beatty, among others, but we'll include any 'Nole UDFA signing below.

LB Terrance Smith:

According to Bob Ferrante of Noles247, Smith has signed on with the Kansas City Chiefs. Our profile of Smith is right here.

DB Javien Elliott:

It looks like Elliott is going to get a shot in the Steel City:

S Lamarcus Brutus:

Brutus (whose profile you can check out here) appears headed for Nashville:

LB Reggie Northrup:

Northrup will have a chance with the rival of his childhood team.

DE Giorgio Newberry:

And another 'Nole (click here for his profile) is drawing attention from Pittsburgh:

DT Nile Lawrence-Stample:

The shores of Lake Erie will welcome this FSU defensive lineman, whom we profiled here: