HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - After three days of the National Football League draft, 256 players from 11 different conferences went off the board and not a single player with local ties had his name called.
However, once the draft wrapped up on Saturday afternoon, several players found a place to land.
Former Hawaii linebacker Brenden Daley agreed to an undrafted free agent contract with the Atlanta Falcons.
Waianae native and Oregon defensive tackle Wade Keliikipi signed a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.
UH defensive end Tavita Woodard received an invite to the Seattle Seahawks rookie camp and teammate Charles Clay will get a tryout with the Green Bay Packers.