The end of the NFL draft found three more draftees from HBCUs. They were all taken in the seventh round.
North Carolina A&T defensive end Darryl Johnson was selected by the Buffalo Bills as the 225th pick.
Prairie View A&M defensive end Quinton Bell was chosen by the Oakland Raiders as the 230 pick #230 overall.
Morgan State tackle Joshua Miles was picked up by the Arizona Cardinals as pick #248 of this year's draft.
Tytus Howard, who played tight end and offensive tackle at Alabama State was the first HBCU player drafted as the 23rd overall pick in the first round on day one of the draft; selected by the Houston Texans.
Expect several more HBCU products to get free agent offers in the coming days.