Some NFL hopefuls go undrafted for numerous reasons. They may be small school products, they may have injury pasts that scare teams off, or they may not be draftable based on character concerns. Whatever the reason is, teams wait until after the draft to bring them in as priority free agents.
However, it seems like at least one player every year makes a team's squad as an undrafted free agent. The Seattle Seahawks don't have a lot of glaring holes on either side of the ball, yet they may have room for one of the nine players they signed to future contracts.
Let's take a look at whom John Schneider and Pete Carroll signed after the draft concluded.
*All signing information is provided by Pro Football Talk.