A look at where UW, WSU players wound up in the 2019 NFL Draft. And free agent signings, too

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The 254 picks have been made and the free agent signings are still underway. Hereís a look at what the state of Washington did during the 2019 NFL Draft.

We will keep this updated if there are any new signings.

Round 1

Washington State: Andre Dillard, tackle (Round 1, 22nd pick: Philadelphia Eagles)

University of Washington: Kaleb McGary, tackle (Round 1, 31st pick: Atlanta Falcons)

Round 2

UW: Byron Murphy, cornerback (Round 2, 33rd pick: Arizona Cardinals)

UW: Drew Sample, tight end (Round 2, 52nd pick: Cincinnati Bengals)

UW: Taylor Rapp, safety (Round 2, 61st pick: Los Angeles Rams)

Round 4

UW: Greg Gaines, defensive tackle (Round 4, 134th pick: Los Angeles Rams)

Round 5

UW: Ben Burr-Kirven, linebacker (Round 5, 142nd pick: Seattle Seahawks)

UW: Jordan Miller, cornerback (Round 5, 172nd pick: Atlanta Falcons)

Round 6

WSU: Gardner Minshew, quarterback (Round 6, 178th pick: Jacksonville Jaguars)

Round 7

UW: Myles Gaskin, running Back (Round 7, 234th pick: Miami Dolphins)

Free-agent signings

Drew Lewis, LB (Colorado/Eastlake): Houston Texans

Shane Bowman, DL (UW): Jacksonville Jaguars

Brett Rypien, QB, (Boise State/Shadle Park): Denver Broncos

James Williams, RB (Washington State): Kansas City Chiefs

JoJo McIntosh, safety (UW): Washington Redskins

Jake Browning, QB (UW): Minnesota Vikings

Nsimba Webster, WR (Eastern Washington): Los Angeles Rams

Ketner Kupp, LB (Eastern Washington): San Francisco 49ers

Jay-Tee Tiuli, DL (Eastern Washington): Seattle Seahawks

Josh Lewis, CB (Eastern Washington): Seattle Seahawks

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