Patriots add three more WRs as part of group of undrafted free agents

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Via multiple reports and league sources, here’s a look at the various undrafted free agents who have signed with the Patriots to this point in the process.


NC State wide receiver Jakobi Meyers

A 6-foot-2, 203-pounder, Meyers caught 92 passes for 1,047 yards and four touchdowns last season. A former high school quarterback who also starred in basketball and baseball, he looks like a slightly oversized slot receiver at the next level.

UAB wide receiver Xavier Ubosi

Ubosi is a 6-foot-3, 215 pounds who caught 35 passes for 837 yards with eight touchdowns last year with the Blazers. He ran a 4.58-second 40-yard dash. A former JUCO star, he’s a home-run hitter — he averaged a whopping 23.9 yards per catch.

Texas guard Calvin Anderson

Anderson, who started his career at Rice before transferring to Texas, is a 6-foot-5, 292-pounder who played both guard and tackle as a collegian.

Miami offensive tackle Tyree St. Louis

The Patriots have shown a preference for adding Hurricanes the last few years, and St. Louis could be the latest. He’s a 6-foot-5, 314-pounder who played both left and right tackle as a collegian.

Auburn wide receiver Ryan Davis

A college teammate of Jarrett Stidham, the 5-foot-10, 189-pounder showed a nice connection with the quarterback — he caught 69 passes for 546 yards with a touchdown in 2018. Considered a short- and intermediate target in the passing game, Davis is Auburn's all-time receptions leader, with 178 catches

Miami center Tyler Gauthier

Gauthier — who at one point possessed a world-class mullet that he says was crafted by a bald eagle — is a 6-foot-4, 311-pounder who started 29 straight games at center until he was suspended for academic issues prior to the Pinstripe Bowl.

Texas tight end Andrew Beck

A highly-respected member of the Longhorns who battled his way back from a foot injuries, the 6-foot-3, 252-pounder is known for his blocking skills more than his work as a pass catcher. He had 28 catches for 281 yards and two touchdowns in 2018.

LSU running back Nick Brossette

Brossette is a 5-foot-11, 210-pound back. After sitting behind Leonard Fournette and Derrius Guice for the bulk of his college career, he got his chance to shine in 2018 when he carried the ball 240 times for 1,039 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2018. An intriguing prospect who had just fumble over 247 carries, he also has some special teams experience as a kick returner.


Missouri linebacker Terez Hall

Hall checks in at 6-foot-1 and 230 pounds. He didn’t play football until his junior year in high school, but continued to progress through his college career, and had 74 tackles (nine for loss), five sacks and an interception in 2018.

Marshall safety Malik Gant

A former walk-on at Marshall, this 6-foot, 209-pounder was named Team MVP last year after finishing the 2018 season with 95 tackles, nine for loss, two interceptions and eight pass breakups. A big, physical box safety.