Pittsburgh Steelers 2013 Undrafted Free Agents

November 12, 2011; College Park, MD, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish center Mike Golic Jr. (57) blocking against the Maryland Terrapins at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

The 2013 NFL Draft is complete, but that does not mean a number of talented players are still available to be had. Every year, the players who were not selected in the draft will still have an opportunity to contribute and make a NFL roster thanks to the undrafted free agency process.

There have been stars all around the league that emerge from the undrafted free agent ranks and this year will be no different.

Who did the Pittsburgh Steelers bring in as an undrafted free agent? Here is the list (alphabetical order by last name):

  • Brian Arnfelt, DE, Northwestern
  • Alan Baxter, LB, Northern Illinois
  • Reggie Dunn, WR, Utah
  • Nik Embernate, OT, San Diego State
  • Mike Farrell, OT, Penn State
  • Mike Golic Jr., OL, Notre Dame
  • Cordian Hagans, DE, Louisiana-Lafayette
  • Chris Hubbard, G, UAB
  • Omar Hunter, DT, Florida
  • Luke Ingram, LS, Hawaii
  • Joe Madsen, C, West Virginia
  • Curtis McNeal, RB, Southern Cal
  • Anthony Rashad White, DT, Michigan State
  • Ivory Wade, C, Baylor
  • J.D. Woods, WR, West Virginia

All of the players will have an uphill battle if they hope to make the Steelers roster, but you can never count these motivated players out. Remember, current NFL starters like Arian Foster, Tony Romo and Wes Welker have all emerged from the UDFA ranks.

NOTE: Lists of undrafted free agents have been put together by gathering info from multiple media sources around the Internet, including NEPatriotsDraft.com.

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