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NFL Draft: Mountain West undrafted free agent tracker

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The draft is over, but there are plenty of places for Mountain West players to sign on as undrafted free agents.

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This will be updated over the rest of Saturday and Sunday with players who get picked up as undrafted free agents. For all of our draft coverage, check out our NFL Draft hub, and check this page as more deals are announced.

There were nine Mountain West players selected in the 2016 NFL Draft, but there will be many, many more who get picked up as free agent signings.

For some players, getting picked up after the draft is actually better than going in the sixth and seventh rounds, because agents and players can not pick their team, for the most part, and find the best fit to make a training camp and then, possibly, the 53-man roster.

Boise State DB Donte Deayon to the New York Giants.

Former Utah State receiver Hunter Sharp found a home in the City of Brotherly Love:

Meanwhile, Fresno State's Ejiro Ederaine finds a home in the NFC East:

And his defensive teammate, Bulldogs DB Charles Washington, is headed to the Motor City:

And punter Garrett Swanson and linebacker Kyrie Wilson make it four Fresno State players to sign:

Long snappers from the Mountain West -- Harrison Elliot (Air Force), Dylan Detwiler (Fresno State), and Jeff Overbaugh (San Diego State) -- look to parlay their unique skill sets into long professional careers:

San Diego State offensive lineman Pearce Slater signed a deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, while his linemate Darrell Greene agreed to terms with the Philadelphia Eagles:

The Colorado State Rams land two players on opposite coasts: tight end Kivon Cartwright and CB DeAndre Elliott.

Wyoming defensive lineman Eddie Yarbrough and Utah State nose guard David Moala have signed deals with the defending Super Bowl champions:

Nevada running back Don Jackson will get a look from the Green Bay Packers:

New Mexico running back Jhurell Pressley will get a chance to learn from one of the NFL's best in Minnesota:

Boise State's Marcus Henry and Tyler Gray also landed UDFA deals:

Utah State quarterback Chuckie Keeton was invited to the Texans rookie mini-camp, and he'll be joined there by New Mexico's explosive return specialist Carlos Wiggins.

It took a lot longer than expected for Nevada's Ian Seau to get picked up by a team, but he gets a shot with the Rams.

Seau's teammate on the Nevada defensive line, Lenny Jones, also found a home in the NFC West with the 49ers.

CSU running back Jasen Oden Jr. will look to add something to an already loaded backfield in Atlanta:

Sam Carlson, who started 26 games for Colorado State, found a home in Tennessee:

Hawai'i quarterback Max Wittek, though only a starter on the island for one year, earned a deal to compete for the Jacksonville Jaguars:

San Jose State cornerback Cleveland Wallace III will join Spartan teammate Tyler Ervin in Houston.

Hawaii offensive tackle Ben Clarke, who started 50 games for the Warriors, landed in Kansas City:

Utah State safety Marwin Evans signed a deal to join the Legion of Boom in the Pacific Northwest:

Aggies wide receiver Devonte Robinson came to an agreement with Green Bay:

Two more Fresno State players, offensive tackle Alex Fifita and defensive lineman Claudell Louis, had a wait a little longer to find an NFL home, but they've found destinations:

And, like Keeton and Marteze Waller, two more CSU athletes earned minicamp invites out west:

Defensive lineman Jordan Nielsen from Utah State also earned a minicamp invitation: