Each draft has that player that doesn't get the same attention as others do in the weeks prior to the draft. While they may not be first- or second-round picks, they can be diamonds in the rough and go on to do great things. Tom Brady being taken in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft is proof of that.
Such is the possibility of Pitt running back Raymond Graham.
While Graham went undrafted, he could still find success after signing with the Houston Texans following the 2013 NFL Draft.
Ray Graham completed his collegiate career at the University of Pittsburgh in grand fashion. He earned All-Big East honors for the second consecutive year in 2012 after posting numbers of 1,042 rushing yards on 222 carries and 11 touchdowns. He added to his stats by catching 36 passes for 340 yards and two scores.
Graham broke school records set by LeSean McCoy and Tony Dorsett while at Pitt and if not for injury to his ACL, he could have been a top-tier draft pick instead of looking at the final round. The good news is he suffered the injury in 2011 and rebounded the following season by putting up the above numbers.
In order to get a better idea of who Ray Graham is, take a look at the compilation of videos featuring some of his highlights.