After the seven rounds of the NFL Draft ended Saturday, countless players were left without hearing their names called. Former Michigan Wolverine starting linebacker, Mike McCray was one of those names. Not being selected didn’t end his dreams, though.
When a player has not been drafted, he becomes an UDFA (undrafted free agent) and is able to select any team he likes.
The Miami Dolphins are apparantley the team for McCray as the Dolphins signed him to a contract shortly after the draft concluded.
Blessed and Thankful for the opportunity to continue my career with the Miami Dolphins @MiamiDolphins #GodsPlan #Grind #FamilyF1rst— Mike McCray II (@BigPlayMcCray_9) April 28, 2018
While at Michigan, McCray appeared in 38 games, and posted 162 total tackles, 30.5 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, and 2 interceptions.