After declaring for the draft early, Florida State WR Travis Rudolph went undrafted and signed with the New York Giants following the 2017 NFL Draft.
Former #FSU wide receiver Travis Rudolph will sign with the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent.— Paxton Boyd (@paxton) April 30, 2017
During his three years at Tallahassee, the 5’11 189 lb. receiver from West Palm Beach, Florida had a total of 2,311 receiving yards on 153 receptions to go along with 18 total touchdowns. His production increased over the past two season, catching at least 50 passes and seven touchdowns while recording 840+ receiving yards in his sophomore and junior seasons.
In 2015, Rudolph was named to the All-ACC Second Team by the media and an honorable mention from the coaches. In 2016, He was an All-ACC Second Team selection by both coaches and media. He was also the ACC receiver of the week for two separate occasions and won the Musial lifetime achievement award for sportsmanship.
One thing Rudolph has been reliable for is his durability. Rudolph did not miss a game while at Florida State, playing in all 39 games. Playing 39 games in three seasons is not something many players can say they accomplished.