2013 NFL Draft: No BC Eagles Drafted for First Time Since 2005

NCAA Football: Maryland at Boston College

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

The 2013 NFL Draft has concluded at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and for the first time in eight years, no Boston College Eagles football player was selected. This shutout ends a streak of seven years in a row for BC; in five of those years, the Eagles had a player drafted in the first round.

This also marks only the second time since 1979 that Boston College has been excluded from an NFL Draft.

Boston College’s more notable pro prospects this year, including offensive linemen John Wetzel and Emmett Cleary, will likely get invited to NFL training camps this summer as undrafted free agents.

Story Update: 8:45pm ET
Most of Boston College’s NFL draft prospects have been signed as undrafted free agents.

• LB Nick Clancy has signed with the Atlanta Falcons.
• OT Emmett Cleary has signed with the Indianapolis Colts.
• TE Chris Pantale has signed with the New York Jets.
• OT John Wetzel has signed with the Oakland Raiders.

Topics: Boston College Eagles, Football, Nfl Draft

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