Originally Posted by DeezNutz
Yep, the numbers are indeed staggering.
Take '13 as an example. In the draft, 11 QBs were selected. After the draft 19 UDFA QBs signed with teams.
Multiply this out and consider the odds of becoming a "franchise QB" when starting as an UDFA are abysmal.
Signed and making the cut are two different things altogether.
It costs teams a pittance to sign undrafted players as opposed to signing and drafting. In most cases, players barely get a signing bonus, if at all.