Both of NC State's starting tackles from 2014 have landed free-agent deals after going undrafted. Rob Crisp signed with the Arizona Cardinals, while Tyson Chandler inked a deal with Buffalo.
The Bills' roster is somehow made up entirely of ACC players--okay, not really, but it seems that way--so Chandler landing there makes sense on that basis alone. Buffalo drafted five players from the ACC this weekend, adding to a roster that already includes ACC alums Sammy Watkins, E.J. Manuel, Mario Williams, and Manny Lawson, among a whole bunch more.
Crisp has an opportunity to make a team that won 11 games in 2014 and should be competitive moving forward. The only NC State alum on the Arizona roster is Ted Larsen, who started every game up front for the Cardinals last season.
As for other Wolfpackers exploring their options as undrafted free agents, Wil Baumann hasn't found a club yet but expects to get a deal worked out shortly, per the Wilmington Star News.
UPDATE: Looks like T.Y. McGill is getting picked up by Seattle.
Wolfpacker T.Y. McGill has reportedly signed as an undrafted free agent with the Seattle Seahawks. pic.twitter.com/BR5LnpoQy6— Pack Pride (@PackPride) May 3, 2015
He'll be a starting offensive lineman for Seattle next season haha just kidding ... or am I.