With the first round of the NFL Draft officially in the books, the focus shifts over to all the top prospects that slid down draft boards. Although a few notable players didn’t hear their names called yet, it’s likely they’ll be on a roster by tonight.

The second round will feature a ton of big names, such as Drew Lock, Greedy Williams and D.K. Metcalf. Another prospect that shined in college but didn’t go in the initial round of the draft is Byron Murphy.

During his time at Washington, Murphy became the program’s top defender due to his playmaking ability. He finished with 58 tackles and four interceptions this past season.

Murphy unfortunately fell out of the first round yesterday, but it doesn’t sound like he’ll wait very long tonight.