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Teams begin scramble to sign undrafted players's Gil Brandt offers his is my list of the top players that were still available at the end of the 2010 NFL Draft. Signings below are unofficial.

NEW YORK -- It was still early in the seventh round of the draft Saturday afternoon when Pat Kirwan and I were chatting with Baltimore Ravens director of player personne Eric DeCosta on Sirius NFL Radio. He was very excited to tell us about the players the Ravens had drafted over the last three days, but he did seem a little distracted.

"I've gotta go, guys," he said at the end of the interview. "We're already busy making calls to these guys that haven't been drafted yet."

Teams that waited until after all 255 names were called before evaluating who's left on their draft boards are already behind the eight ball. There will be a mad scramble to sign these rookie free agents. They all are long shots, of course, just to make an NFL roster. But you never know when you will find the next Kurt Warner or Tony Romo.

With that in mind, here is my list of the top players that were still available at the end of the 2010 NFL Draft:

(Editors note: Signings below are unofficial. will have a complete list of undrafted free-agent signings after team announcements.)

Jarrett Brown, West Virginia: San Francisco 49ers (Source: Santa Rosa Press Democrat)
Billy Cundiff, Ashland
Max Hall, BYU: Arizona Cardinals (Source: BYU campus newspaper Website)
Travis Harris, Edinboro: Jacksonville Jaguars (Source: Associated Press)
Tim Hiller, Western Michigan: Indianapolis Colts (Source:, official site)
Matt Nichols, Eastern Washington: Dallas Cowboys (Source: Dallas Morning News)
Dom Randolph, Holy Cross: New York Giants (Source: Telegram & Gazette)
Jevan Snead, Mississippi: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Source: NFL Network's Jason La Canfora)

Running backJoique Bell, Wayne State: Buffalo Bills (Source:
LeGarrette Blount, Oregon: Tennessee Titans (Source: Tennessean*)
Charles Brown, Michigan
Cory Jackson, Maryland
Javarris James, Miami (Fla.): Indianapolis Colts (Source: Naples Daily News)
Stafon Johnson, USC: Tennessee Titans (Source: Personal Twitter account)
Darius Marshall, Marshall
Alfonso Smith, Kentucky: Arizona Cardinals (Source: Carroll County Times)
Shawnbrey McNeal, SMU
Brandon Minor, Michigan: Chicago Bears (Source: Chicago Sun Times)
Dimitri Nance, Arizona State
Pat Paschall, North Dakota State: New England Patriots (Source: Steele, Memphis: Baltimore Ravens (Source: Carroll County Times)
Manase Tonga, BYU: Oakland Raiders (Source: BYU campus newspaper Website)
Joe Tronzo, Louisville: Cincinnati Bengals (Source: Personal Facebook page)

Wide receiver
Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State: San Diego Chargers (Source:
Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan: New England Patriots (Source:
Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green: Chicago Bears (Chicago Sun Times)
Chris Bell, Norfolk State
Ryan Boateng, California
Chris Carter, Cal-Davis
Jeff Cumberland, Illinois: New York Jets (Source: Daily Ilini)
Donald Jones, Youngstown State: Buffalo Bills (Source:
Kevin Jurovich, San Jose State: Philadelphia Eagles (Source:
Scott Long, Louisville: san Francisco 49ers (Source:
Kelton Tindal, Newberry: Minnesota Vikings (Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo: Buffalo Bills (Source: Buffalo News)
Rob Owens, San Jose State
Preston Parker, North Alabama: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Source: Tampa Tribune)
Pat Simonds, Colgate: Philadelphia Eagles (Source:
Juamorris Stewart, Southern: Arizona Cardinals (Source: The Advocate)
Verran Tucker, California: Dallas Cowboys (Source: Contra Costa Times)
Chastin West, Fresno State: Green Bay Packers (Source: Fresno Bee)
Blair White, Michigan State: Indianapolis Colts (Source:
Jeremy Williams, Tulane: San Diego Chargers (Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune)
Ryan Wolfe, UNLV: Atlanta Falcons (Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Tight end
Richard Dickson, LSU
Steve Maneri, Temple: Houston Texans (Source: Chicago Tribune)
Jeron Mastrud, Kansas State
Nathan Overbay, Eastern Washington: Denver Broncos (Source:
Michael Palmer, Clemson: Denver Broncos (Source:

Offensive line
Will Barker, Virginia: Dallas Cowboys (Source: Chicago Tribune)
Dorian Brooks, James Madison: Pittsburgh Steelers (Source: WHSV-TV)
John Estes, Hawaii: Jacksonville Jaguars (Source: Associated Press)
Derrick Hardman, Eastern Kentucky
Austin Howard, Northern Iowa
Cord Howard, Georgia Tech: Buffalo Bills (Source:
Dennis Landolt, Penn State
Casey Knips, South Dakota State: Arizona Cardinals (Source: Sioux Falls Argus Leader)
Kevin Matthews, Texas A&M: Tennessee Titans (Source: The Tennessean)
Dace Richardson, Iowa
Nick Stringer, Kansas State
Charlie Tanner, Texas: new York Jets (Source: New York Daily News)
Mike Tepper, California
Tony Washington, Abilene-Christian

Defensive lineCharles Alexander, LSU: Philadelphia Eagles (Source:
Nate Collins, Virginia: New York Giants (Source: Connecticut Post)
Jeffrey Fitzgerald, Kansas State
George Johnson, Rutgers
Jimmy McQueen-Saddler, Texas A&M-Kingsville
Greg Middleton, Indiana
Abe Koroma, Western Illinois
Jason Lamb, Baylor: San Diego Chargers (Source:
Brandon Lang, Troy: San Diego Chargers (Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Albert McClellan, Marshall: Baltimore Ravens (Source: Carroll County Times)
Boo Robinson, Wake Forest
Jay Ross, East Carolina: New Orleans Saints (Source:
James Ruffin, Northern Iowa
Brandon Sharpe, Texas Tech
Malcolm Sheppard, Arkansas
Lorenzo Washington, Alabama: Dallas Cowboys (Source:

Ryan Stamper, Florida: Detroit Lions (Source: Florida Times-Union)
Sam Maxwell, Kentucky
Keaton Kristick, Oregon State
Joe Pawelek, Baylor: Seattle Seahawks (Source: Seattle Times)

Defensive backs
Lucien Antoine, Oklahoma State
Tramaine Brock, Belhaven
Cornelius Brown, UTEP: Chicago Bears (Source: Chicago Tribune)
Marcus Brown, Arkansas State: Seattle Seahawks (Source: Seattle Times)
Chris Chancellor, Clemson
A.J. Jefferson, Fresno State: Arizona Cardinals (Source: Sacramento Bee)
Klint Kubiak, Colorado State

Special teamsLS Clint Gresham, TCU: New Orleans Saints (Source: Times-Picayune)
P Aaron Pettrey, Ohio State: Carolina Panthers (Source:
K Brett Swenson, Michigan State: Indianapolis Colts (Source:
RET Leroy Vann, Florida A&M: San Francisco 49ers (Source: Santa Rosa Press Democrat)

*Blount originally decided to sign with the 49ers, but changed his mind to sign with the Titans, according to the Tennessean.

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