Like a kid on Christmas morning, ready to take all his/her new toys out for a spin, teams are getting set to begin their rookie mini camps where they will catch their first glimpse of the players they drafted in last weekend's NFL draft.
However, each team really only drafted between six and 12 players, generally speaking. That is not enough to hold an entire rookie camp. Most teams have signed about a dozen undrafted free agents. Additionally, to fill up the rookie camp rosters, many more players have been invited to try out with the promise of an undrafted free agent contract should they attract the team's attention.
The folks at NEPatriotsDraft.com have traditionally done an outstanding job every year of tracking undrafted free agent signings.
Let's take a look at some grades for each team's undrafted free agent class.