UNC Football: Undrafted Free Agent (UDFA) tracker following 2024 NFL Draft

Now that the 2024 NFL Draft has come to a close, teams across the league are trying to acquire more talent via the free-agent market.
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The 2024 NFL Draft is officially over, but there's still plenty of moves for teams across the league to make!

Now, the focus is on the undrafted free agent (UDFA) market, as NFL squads look to bring in some of the talent that didn't hear their names called this weekend.

Although these players weren't among the 257 selections, there's still plenty of talent out there.

The UNC football program only had three players drafted, but already have had a handful of players signed by NFL teams.

Here's our tracker of those moves, as we'll continue to update the list as more information comes along.

Amari Gainer- Las Vegas Raiders

It didn't take long after the draft concluded for Gainer to find a NFL home, as the Las Vegas Raiders quickly signed the former UNC football edge rusher.

Myles Murphy- Arizona Cardinals

Murphy was a guy who was viewed as a late round pick leading up to the NFL Draft, but the Cardinals get the opportunity to bring him in as a free agent instead.

British Brooks- Houston Texans

Having been a walk-on at the college level, British Brooks is used to betting on himself. He'll get another chance to do so when he begins his professional career with the Houston Texans.

Tomari Fox- Las Vegas Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders didn't stop at signing Gainer, as they also agreed to terms with defensive tackle Tomari Fox.

Spencer Rolland- Minnesota Vikings

A Minnesota native, Spencer Rolland will have the opportunity to begin his professional career with his hometown team.

William Barnes- New York Giants

The New York Giants have been loving on former Tar Heel offensive linemen over the last few years, as William Barnes has been invited to the team's rookie minicamp.

Storm Duck- Miami Dolphins

Storm Duck didn't finish his collegiate career at North Carolina but is still a former Tar Heel, as he was signed by the Miami Dolphins as an UDFA.