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Undrafted tracker: Where did WSU players sign after the NFL draft?

Washington State Cougars defensive end Ron Stone Jr. sacks and strips Wisconsin Badgers quarterback Tanner Mordecai of the ball, forcing a fumble which was recovered by defensive end Brennan Jackson (80) for a touchdown during the first half of a college football game on Sept. 9 at Martin Stadium in Pullman.  (Tyler Tjomsland/The Spokesman-Review)

PULLMAN – Three former Washington State players heard their names called in this weekend’s NFL draft: safety Jaden Hicks, edge rusher Brennan Jackson and cornerback Chau Smith-Wade.

Four more are signing undrafted free-agent deals with NFL teams. Here are those players, updated with each development.

Ron Stone Jr., edge

Former WSU edge Ron Stone Jr., a three-year starter who earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention honors after last season, signed a UDFA deal with Las Vegas, according to reports.

Stone will be linking up with former WSU quarterback Gardner Minshew, his teammate of one season, back in 2018. Stone redshirted that season.

Last season, Stone totaled 59 tackles, 28 solo, and added 11 tackles for loss. He registered five sacks, including a pair of strip sacks in WSU’s win over Wisconsin.

Sam Lockett III, safety

Former WSU safety Sam Lockett has received invitations to Seattle and Kansas City’s rookie minicamps, according to Aaron Wilson of KPRC in Houston.

A Spokane native and Gonzaga Prep graduate, Lockett played two seasons at WSU, registering 73 tackles (42 solo) in 2023. He added three tackles for loss, and he intercepted two passes. Lockett added three passes defended and one forced fumble.

Devin Richardson, linebacker

WSU linebacker Devin Richardson has received an invite to Seahawks minicamp, according to Wilson.

A transfer from Texas (by way of New Mexico State), Richardson played one season as a Cougar, totaling 62 tackles last season, including 31 solo and 2.5 for loss. He forced one fumble as well.

Lincoln Victor, wide receiver

Former WSU wideout Lincoln Victor signed an undrafted deal with the Denver Broncos, per multiple reports.

Victor, who broke out in 2023 in his final collegiate season, totaled 89 receptions for 860 yards and five touchdowns last season. His 8.1 catches per game were tops in the Pac-12 and third nationally.

A former Hawaii transfer, Victor set a WSU single-game record with 16 catches for 161 yards at No. 9 Oregon. Those 16 catches were also an Autzen Stadium record.

Cam Lampkin, cornerback

Former WSU cornerback Cam Lampkin signed an undrafted deal with the Los Angeles Rams, according to a post from WSU football, giving him an opportunity to reconnect with former WSU edge Brennan Jackson, a fifth-round selection by the Rams on Saturday.

Lampkin, a former Utah State transfer, appeared in all 12 games last season, totaling 34 tackles, 16 solo and 1.5 for loss. He defended 7 passes, tops on the team.