Florida State Seminoles: Matt Patchan

The NFL draft concluded with 42 ACC players selected last weekend, and a slew more ended up signing free-agent deals in the days afterward.

Here’s a quick rundown of where the ACC’s undrafted free agents landed.

BOSTON COLLEGE
QB Chase Rettig, Green Bay Packers
OLB Kasim Edebali, New Orleans Saints
LB Steele Divitto, New York Jets
OT Ian White, San Diego Chargers
OT Matt Patchan, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
DB Albert Louis-Jean, Chicago Bears

CLEMSON
K Chandler Catanzaro, Arizona Cardinals
G Tyler Shatley, Jacksonville Jaguars
LB Spencer Shuey, Jacksonville Jaguars
CB Darius Robinson, Buffalo Bills

DUKE
RB Juwan Thompson, Denver Broncos
DE Kenny Anunike, Denver Broncos

FLORIDA STATE
LB Christian Jones, Chicago Bears
RB James Wilder Jr., Cincinnati Bengals
WR Kenny Shaw, Cleveland Browns
FB Chad Abram, Detroit Lions
DT Demonte McAllister, Seattle Seahawks
DT Jacobbi McDaniel, Cleveland Browns

GEORGIA TECH
DT Euclid Cummings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
CB Lou Young, Denver Broncos
DE Emmanuel Dieke, New York Giants

LOUISVILLE
DT Roy Philon, Pittsburgh Steelers
S Hakeem Smith, Tennessee Titans
DT Brandon Dunn, Chicago Bears
WR Damian Copeland, Jacksonville Jaguars

MIAMI
WR Allen Hurns, Jacksonville Jaguars
QB Stephen Morris, Jacksonville Jaguars
TE Asante Cleveland, San Francisco 49ers
DT Justin Renfrow, Arizona Cardinals
FB Maurice Hagens, Atlanta Falcons
S A.J. Highsmith, San Francisco 49ers
OG Jared Wheeler, Carolina Panthers
LB Jimmy Gaines, Buffalo Bills

NORTH CAROLINA
OT James Hurst, Baltimore Ravens
QB Bryn Renner, Denver Broncos

NC STATE
DE Carlos Gray, Green Bay Packers
TE Asa Watson, New England Patriots
DL Deylan Buntyn, New England Patriots

PITTSBURGH
P Matt Yoklic, Atlanta Falcons

SYRACUSE
CB Keon Lyn, Indianapolis Colts
CB Ri’Shard Anderson, Tennessee Titans
RB Jerome Smith, Atlanta Falcons

VIRGINIA
DE Jake Snyder, Minnesota Vikings

VIRGINIA TECH
DT Derrick Hopkins, Baltimore Ravens
LB Tariq Edwards, Miami Dolphins
WR D.J. Coles, Oakland Raiders
G Andrew Miller, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
DE James Gayle, Tennessee Titans

WAKE FOREST
DT Nikita Whitlock, Cincinnati Bengals
LB Justin Jackson, Detroit Lions
LB Zach Thompson, New York Jets

ACC and the NFL combine

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The NFL draft combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will be held from Feb. 19-25 and will feature workouts, medical examinations, psychological testing and interviews for the 335 invited prospects. The ACC has a total of 46 players who will participate, including at least one player from every school (we included Maryland and not Louisville in this post, because it is from the 2013 season). National champion Florida State led the league with eight players heading to the combine, but UNC was right behind with seven. Don't cry ... you're gonna miss some of these names next year. Good luck to these guys.

Here is the official list of the ACC attendees:

BOSTON COLLEGE (5)
CLEMSON (4)
DUKE (1)
FLORIDA STATE (8)
GEORGIA TECH (2)
MARYLAND (1)
MIAMI (5)
NORTH CAROLINA (7)
NC STATE (1)
PITTSBURGH (3)
SYRACUSE (2)
VIRGINIA (2)
VIRGINIA TECH (4)
WAKE FOREST (1)

ACC lunchtime links

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That other brand of football starts tonight ... if you're in to that sort of thing.

C.J. Brown and Marcus Whitfield earned game balls for their performances against FIU, but they didn't get them. Chalk it up to an arcane NCAA rule that the Baltimore Sun uncovered.

Tickets are tough to come by for the big Florida-Miami showdown, writes the Sun-Sentinel.

Meanwhile, there are still plenty of good seats available for Virginia Tech's game against Western Carolina. School officials tell the Richmond Times-Dispatch they're expecting a 93-game sellout streak to come to an end.

The Charlotte Observer has a great piece on Clemson running back Roderick McDowell, who overcame a childhood disability to reach star status with the Tigers.

It was a strong debut for Boston College left tackle Matt Patchan in the opener, writes the Boston Herald.

Junior Darius Jennings has taken the lead role in Virginia's receiving corps, writes the Roanoke Times.

Pitt is hoping to learn from its mistakes against Florida State as it continues its first season in the ACC, writes the Post-Gazette.

Syracuse's defense will be walking a tightrope if QB Drew Allen can't take a step forward against Northwestern, writes the Post-Standard.

NC State receiver Rashard Smith is finally getting a chance to show what he can do, writes Backing the Pack.

The Raleigh News & Observer takes a closer look at the freshmen who saw action in Duke's opener and wonders who might end up with a redshirt.

Florida State tailback James Wilder Jr. is day-to-day with a shoulder injury, writes the Miami Herald.

Add Georgia Tech's Paul Johnson to the growing group of coaches frustrated by the no-huddle offense, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Athlon offers its Week 2 predictions around the ACC -- and shockingly, there's not a lot of love for South Carolina State.

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