Three players from the University of Arkansas sign undrafted contracts with NFL teams.

Following the NFL draft, where two Razorbacks were selected, at least three others who went undrafted have secured contracts with teams.

Cornerback Dwight McGlothern, standing at 6-2 and 188 pounds, has inked a deal with the Minnesota Vikings, despite expectations of being drafted. Defensive end John Morgan III, at 6-2 and 270 pounds, has signed with the New England Patriots, while linebacker Antonio Grier Jr., measuring 6-1 and 231 pounds, is set to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

All three of these players transferred to Arkansas, with McGlothern spending two years there, and Morgan and Grier only one. McGlothern transferred from LSU, Morgan previously played at Pitt, and Grier came from South Florida.

During his time at Arkansas, McGlothern recorded 20 tackles, including 19 solo tackles, three interceptions, and a pass breakup. Morgan concluded his stint with 15 tackles, eight of which were solo, along with two sacks, a quarterback hurry, and a forced fumble. Grier contributed 36 tackles, 14 solo, and an interception, which he returned for a touchdown against Kent State.

Other Razorbacks such as defensive end Trajan Jeffcoat and offensive guard Brady Latham are also in contention to secure spots with NFL teams.

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