AUBURN, ALABAMA. (EETV) - The lights and the cameras of the NFL Draft have come and gone. With only one Auburn Tiger getting drafted, the lowest number since the 2013 draft, but many other former Tigers got the call after the draft had ended.

Roger McCreary was the lone Tiger selected during the draft, McCreary heard his name called by the Tennessee Titans with the 35th pick, the third pick of the second round.

Zakoby McClain and Smoke Monday, both of who were projected to be day three guys before the draft, fell out of the draft altogether but both members of the Auburn defense signed undrafted free agent contracts quickly after the last name was read.

McClain was scooped up by the Ravens.

Auburn’s hard-hitting safety, Smoke Monday, is en route to New Orleans after signing a contract with the Saints.

2021 captain, Chandler Wooten, signed a deal with the Cardinals.

To round out the defense TD Moultry, who played in an Auburn record 59 games for the Tigers was picked up by the Steelers.

The only offensive player to sign a contract was wide receiver, Demetris Robertson. Robertson was signed by Seattle and will compete for a spot in a crowded position group.

Brodarius Hamm didn’t sign a contract but he received a mini-camp tryout with the Ravens.

All players have made their NFL dreams come true this weekend but the work is not done, players will be reporting to training camps in the summer in an attempt to earn a spot on a 55-man roster come fall.