The Patriots wrapped up draft weekend with 10 new Patriots, and the number of Patriots doubled on Thursday, when the team announced its 10 undrafted rookie free agent signings.
Let's get to know to newly signed Patriots.
Offensive lineman Calvin Anderson comes to Foxborough from Austin, Texas. He spent three seasons at Rice University, graduating with a degree in mathematical economics, and then transferred to University of Texas Austin to get a Master of Finance and Science. According to the Houston Chronicle, Calvin has dreams of becoming an investment banker and even created a PowerPoint presentation to convince his parents to invest in Nintendo.
On top of that, he can also solve a Rubik's cube behind his back. You know, casual.
Andrew Beck out of University of Texas started his career as a linebacker but moved over to tight end in 2014. He had a viral moment when he and his teammates visited a hospital, and they walked into the room of a hearing impaired family. Andrew studied American Sign Language in school, and without skipping a beat, he began signing with the kids and their father.
In a video posted by Longhorn Network, Andrew says using ASL that he had to take a course in sign language and "fell in love with deaf culture."
Louisiana State University running back Nick Brossette was a dominate force in Louisiana high school football. His team won the state championship his senior year, and he, at one point, held the record for the most touchdowns in his school's history.
But just months after committing to LSU, the brother who helped raise him, Mendell, suffered a seizure and heart attack in his sleep and passed away. Mendell was in the stands for every one of Nick's games, and Nick opened up about the emotional toll it took on him, his mother and his time at LSU.
Wide receiver Ryan Davis comes to the Patriots out of Auburn, where holds the record for career receptions with 178. At Auburn, Ryan spent his final two seasons catching passes from quarterback Jarrett Stidham, who was drafted by the Patriots in the fourth round.
Malik Gant is a defensive back out of Marshall, and he had a hard-earned journey in college. Malik was a walk on, and from there, he earned a scholarship and was named the team's MVP in 2018.
Offensive lineman Tyler Gauthier signed with the Patriots out of Miami and was ranked as the third best offensive guard in Florida when he was in high school.
Going into his senior season, Tyler rocked a pretty epic hairstyle -- a mullet. He said, "A bald eagle came down and cut it with his talons." You can check it out in the picture below.
Terez Hall came into Mizzou a self-admitted "selfish" person and football player, but after a frank conversation with a teammate he looked up to, Terez set himself on a journey to grow. He found himself through faith, grew as a football player and a leader both on and off the field. He was named a captain for his senior season, and The Missourian chronicled his maturation in a profile that ran before the 2018 season.
When Jakobi Meyers gets to New England, he will reunited with his fellow North Carolina State alumni Joe Thuney. Jakobi came to NC State prepared to play quarterback, and the week before his first season, he made the switch to wide receiver.
D'Angelo Ross joins the Patriots from the University of New Mexico as a defensive back, but before he became a Lobo, D'Angelo played two seasons at Fullerton Junior College. There, he helped the Bulldogs win the California JC Championship. After his two years, D'Angelo chose University of New Mexico over Arkansas.
The final Patriots undrafted free agent signing is Tyree St. Louis. Like Tyler Gauthier, Tyree joins the Patriots from Miami. The tackle will also reunited with former teammate Braxton Barrios in New England. Tyree graduated this past December, and in a tweet, he said people doubted he would graduate in four years. He did it in three and a half.
For the last 15 years, at least one undrafted free agent has made the Patriots 53-man roster, so these keep an eye out for this crew of new Patriots.