The 2013 NFL draft may be over, but sometimes seven rounds just aren't enough.
Hundreds of NFL hopefuls didn't hear their name called between April 25-27. And consequently, they're looking to prove themselves as undrafted free agents.
Once training camp opens up, there will be 90-man rosters, which means some of these unheralded prospects will get their chance. And at least 18 of these UDFAs will get their chance with the New England Patriots.
Head coach Bill Belichick and Co. have been able to turn undrafted players into viable players in year's past. Names like Randall Gay, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Dane Fletcher, Kyle Love, Brandon Bolden and Justin Francis have all left their mark at one point in time. Who will do the same this year?
For that, let's take a look at who New England signed and determine just how good each signing was.
Here are your report card grades for New England's 2013 undrafted class.