The action doesn't stop when the final pick of the NFL Draft is made. In fact, the excitement picks up, with a wave of undrafted players signing free agent deals.
After seven rounds without a Washington State player getting picked up, Cougs' inside linebacker Alex Hoffman-Ellis earned a NFL destination. He took to Twitter to announce his deal with St. Louis, even posting a picture in a Rams' hat, saying they agreed to terms shortly after the draft.
One of the biggest surprises came when Washington RB Chris Polk was left on the board. The former UW standout, who skipped his senior year, also announced the news of his signing with Philadelphia by tweeting "Let's go Eagles".
Polk's former teammate Jermaine Kearse will stay in Seattle. The wide receiver inked a deal with the Seahawks.
Boise State QB Kellen Moore finished his career with the Broncos as the winningest signal caller in college football history, but was left without a team after the final pick. Moore signed with the Detroit Lions, according to a NFL.com report.
There are also reports that Idaho has a few prospects headed to NFL camps, those being Michael Cosgrove (DT, Dallas Cowboys), Tyrone Novikoff (OT, Detroit Lions), Princeton McCarty (RB, Carolina Panthers), and Matt Cleveland (OL, Cleveland Browns).