Florida Football: Five notable Gators who went undrafted in the NFL Draft

Despite some solid college careers, not every Gator goes on to be drafted
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Trey Burton

Trey Burton might seem like an odd choice to include on this list considering his time as a Gator was a mostly pedestrian one. Burton was utilized as the ultimate gadget player, and he did have 445 yards receiving his senior year in 2013.

He went to the NFL Combine as a tight end, but alas went undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Burton still went on to a seven year NFL career and made the NFL All-Rookie team in 2015.

His place in NFL lore is forever secured as during Super Bowl 52, he was the player during the "Philly Special" who threw the ball to Nick Foles just before halftime.