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2016 NFL Draft: Roger Lewis taken by the New York Giants

Roger Lewis played just two college seasons, but his 158 catches, 2,600 yards and 23 touchdowns scream "BARGAIN!" as an undrafted free agent, headed to the Giants.

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Roger Lewis had an incredible two years in the Orange and Brown, went undrafted, but still has a chance to make it in the NFL. The New York Giants have taken him as an undrafted free agent right after the draft ended.

As a 22-year old sophomore that previously had some legal troubles, Lewis had a 2-year career at Bowling Green and helped the Falcons get to the MAC championship game in his two years with Dino Babers as the head coach. He racked up 2,637 yards on 158 catches, grabbing 23 total TD. He was able to have three games with at least 200 receiving yards, and 13 with at least 100 yards.

At 6-foot-flat, Lewis is a decent-sized receiver that has explosive play-making ability. He's a good mix of strength and speed, and his picture comes up when you look up "monster" in the dictionary.