Ohio State finished the NFL draft with 10 of its former players selected, its most since 2016.

It was also the sixth time since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger that the Buckeyes ended up with double-digit picks.

More players found teams Saturday night after the draft had concluded. They were set to sign as undrafted free agents, another pathway to cracking a 53-man roster or practice squad.

The following UDFA signings have been confirmed by The Dispatch and are listed in alphabetical order.

Tight end Rashod Berry: New England Patriots

Offensive lineman Branden Bowen: Carolina Panthers

Long snapper Liam McCullough: Las Vegas Raiders

Wide receiver Austin Mack: New York Giants:

Wide receiver Binjimen Victor: New York Giants

Mack and Victor were the only ex-Buckeyes to go undrafted after being invited to the NFL scouting combine in February.

It is unclear when the players will be able to try out in front of coaches.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, they will take in a virtual rookie mini camp with teams next month rather than the usual program.

The NFL has set up a virtual offseason program that features "classroom instruction, workouts and non-football educational programs using videoconferencing technology," according to NFL.com