The 2016 NFL Draft wrapped up today. And, Michigan State was represented five times since Thursday's opening round when offensive tackle Jack Conklin was drafted eighth overall by the Tennessee Titans. But, it wouldn't be until the third round until another Spartan was called to duty, as quarterback Connor Cook was passed over in the first three rounds. It was Defensive End Shilique Calhoun who would be drafted next, by the Oakland Raiders in the third round as the 75th overall pick. Cook would fall to the fourth round when the Raiders traded up to select him with the 100th overall pick. Wide Receiver Aaron Burbridge is also heading to the Bay Area looking to earn a roster spot with the San Francisco 49ers, who selected Burbridge in the sixth round with the 213th overall pick. Offensive Lineman Donovan Clark would be the final Spartan drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the seventh round as the 224th overall pick.

Ten other Spartan players signed as undrafted free agents:

Center Jack Allen - New Orleans

Receiver DeAnthony Arnett - Seattle

Defensive Back Arjen Colquhoun - Dallas

Linebacker Darien Harris - Cincinnati

Defensive Tackle Joel Heath - Houston

Fullback Trevon Pendleton - Baltimore

Long Snapper Taybor Pepper - Baltimore

Defensive Tackle Lawrence Thomas - New York Jets

Receiver A.J. Troup - Kansas City

Safety R.J. Williamson - Green Bay