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2017 NFL Draft: Undrafted Hoosiers finding landing spots

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With Dan Feeney the lone Hoosier to be taken in the three-day NFL Draft, a handful of Hoosiers are left looking for homes as undrafted free agents.

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In a day that started with some promise with the likes of Marcus Oliver, Devine Redding and others seen as potential Day Three draft picks, each Hoosiers was left waiting as Dan Feeney finished as the lone Bloomington-native to hear his name called in the three-day event.

Dimitric Camiel

The Hoosier lineman immediately found himself a landing spot in Houston.

Camiel spent much of the 2016 season injured, but has the size of a typical lineman and could find his way onto a practice squad this season.

Marcus Oliver

As one of the top undrafted linebackers, Oliver quickly found a landing spot in Philadelphia.

Oliver was a team captain and an All-Big Ten honorable mention this season while leading the team and the Big Ten in forced fumbles with five.

This post will continue to be updated with news of signings as they develop.