College Standouts Ink Free-Agent Deals - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather

College Standouts Ink Free-Agent Deals

The NFL Draft wrapped up on Sunday and Washington State inside linebacker Alex Hoffman-Ellis earned a NFL destination via free agency. He announced on Twitter his deal with the St. LouisRams, he even posted a picture in a Rams' hat, saying they agreed to terms shortly after the draft.

Washington's star RB Chris Polk went undrafted after skipping his senior season. He took to the Twitter world as well to announce his signing with the Philadelphia Eagles by tweeting "Let's go Eagles".

Polk's former teammate, Jermaine Kearse will stay in Seattle. The wide receiver inked a deal with the Seahawks.

Prosser Native and Boise State QB Kellen Moore signed with the Detroit Lions, according to a report on

Eastern Washington's Renard Williams said his agent is talking with several teams about a free agent deal and he hopes something will be finalized in the next few days

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