5 George Bussey OG Louisville Grade: F
The former Louisville walk-on was injured during his rookie preseason and was cut the before the following season. Like Ohrnberger, Bussey was behind a lot of talent and also behind Ohrnberger himself. Bussey later signed with the Jaguars as part of the offseason roster. He later moved on to play four years in the Arena League.
6 Jake Ingram LS Hawaii Grade: D+
Generally, long snappers aren’t drafted so when they do one would hope they would stay with the team for a long time. Ingram only lasted 2 years on the team before being replaced by the undrafted Danny Aiken. While in New England he played in 24 games so he did represent some value.
6 Myron Pryor DT Kentucky Grade: C
At 6’1” and 300lbs, Pryor represented the definition of a “fire hydrant” defensive tackle. His rookie campaign started out well playing a backup role and was relatively active on the field despite not recording any starts. His 2010 to 2012 seasons were plagued by injuries that eventually led to his release. He failed to catch on with a team after New England, which is a shame as his rookie season showed there was some talent and the coaching staff believed in his ability.