A grand total of 26 players from the Big 12 were drafted this weekend. That still means dozens and dozens of other talented players had to scramble to find homes after the seventh round wrapped up.
One of the more surprising NFL draft snubs, Baylor wide receiver Antwan Goodley, agreed to a deal with the Dallas Cowboys. He'll be joined there at minicamp by former TCU defensive tackle Chucky Hunter, who also did not hear his name called this weekend.
You'd think Goodley was a bit of a hot commodity at the end of the draft after finishing with more than 2,100 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns over the past two seasons. Cowboys execs say they have one of the best track records of landing undrafted rookies who make the team, so Goodley and Hunter should get a fair shake.
As of Monday morning, here's where several more notable former Big 12 standouts ended up after going undrafted:
Texas Tech WR Bradley Marquez: St. Louis Rams
Kansas TE Jimmay Mundine: Cleveland Browns
TCU S Sam Carter: Chicago Bears
Baylor P Spencer Roth: Buffalo Bills