Seven rounds came and went. 253 NFL hopefuls heard their names called while many others did not.
University at Buffalo's Jordan Johnson wasn't selected over the course of the three days of the draft, but he'll get his shot at the next level.
Johnson, who went to high school at Sweet Home, signed with the Bills as an undrafted free agent his representatives announced on Twitter Saturday night.
Jordan Johnson (RB, Buffalo) is signing w/the Buffalo Bills despite offers from several other teams.. Great opportunity w/his hometown team!
— Brett Tessler (@TesslerSports) April 29, 2017
Over his career with the Bulls, Johnson rushed for more than 2,200 yards, including 1,040 this past season as a senior. He also ran for six touchdowns.
— UB Athletics (@UBAthletics) April 29, 2017