Two undrafted Ohio State players have found NFL homes.

Punter Cameron Johnston has agreed to terms as a free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles. Receiver Dontre Wilson landed with the Los Angeles Chargers.

Johnston had a stellar career at Ohio State. The Australian was the Big Ten punter of the year in 2016 and a Ray Guy Award finalist. He averaged 46.7 yards per punt, with 19 longer than 50. He had 26 punts downed inside the 20 with only five touchbacks.

Wilson’s career was hampered by persistent foot problems. He broke it in Ohio State’s pivotal 2014 victory at Michigan State — he caught a touchdown pass after the injury — and said he wasn’t fully healthy again until he began preparation for the draft.

Wilson caught 27 passes for 352 yards and five touchdowns for the Buckeyes in 2016. He also ran 16 times for 78 yards and one score.

Another receiver beset by injuries at Ohio State, Corey Smith, was also undrafted and expected to sign with a team as a free agent.