Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - The only three-time 2,000-yard rusher in Division I history hopes to have a running start in the NFL.

Going undrafted can be an advantage for some players because they can pick a team that offers a favorable situation for them. South Dakota State's Zach Zenner hopes that opportunity will come from the Detroits Lion after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent.

NFL teams have been busy agreeing to terms with undrafted free agents since the end of the three-day event Saturday evening.

Zenner went over 2,000 yards in each of his final three seasons with at SDSU, finishing with 6,548 career rushing yards - a Missouri Valley Football Conference record and the third-best total in FCS history.

Among the reported FCS players who have signed, agreed to terms or accepted a tryout with an NFL team:

ARIZONA CARDINALS

Missouri State senior tight end Gannon Sinclair

Montana defensive end Zack Wagenmann

Northern Iowa defensive tackle Xavier Williams

ATLANTA FALCONS

Northern Arizona tight end Beau Gardner

South Dakota offensive tackle Matt Huffer

Abilene Christian defensive tackle Damon Williams

BALTIMORE RAVENS

Rhode Island outside linebacker Andrew Bose

James Madison wide receiver Daniel Brown

Sacramento State wide receiver DeAndre Carter

Fordham defensive back Jordan Chapman

William & Mary defensive tackle Jasper Coleman (also Kansas City Chiefs)

Harvard center Nick Easton

Eastern Kentucky fullback Channing Fugate

Prairie View A&M quarterback Jerry Lovelocke

Delaware wide receiver Andrew Opoku

Northern Colorado defensive tackle Lexington Smith

BUFFALO BILLS

Illinois State offensive tackle Jermaine Barton

CAROLINA PANTHERS

Southern defensive end Arthur Miley

James Madison safety Dean Marlowe

CLEVELAND BROWNS

William & Mary outside linebacker Mike Reilly

Southern Illinois linebacker Tyler Williamson

CHICAGO BEARS

Stephen F. Austin linebacker Collin Garrett

Coastal Carolina offensive guard Chad Hamilton

Illinois State wide receiver Cameron Meredith

CINCINNATI BENGALS

UT Martin linebacker Tony Bell

Youngstown State cornerback Troy Hill

Eastern Kentucky tight end Matt Lengel

CLEVELAND BROWNS

Coastal Carolina offensive lineman Joe Kaleta

Tennessee State cornerback De'Ante Saunders

DENVER BRONCOS

Jacksonville cornerback Schon Thomas

DETROIT LIONS

Jackson State defensive back Ryan Griffin

North Carolina A&T wide receiver Desmond Lawrence

Abilene Christian outside linebacker Nick Richardson

South Dakota State running back Zach Zenner

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Southern Illinois running back Malcolm Agnew

Stony Brook wide receiver Adrian Coxson

North Dakota State running back John Crockett

Bethune-Cookman linebacker Tavarus Dantzler

Southern Illinois long snapper Thor Hadfield

Penn tight end Mitch King

Lamar defensive lineman Joe Okafor

Bethune-Cookman defensive end/outside linebacker LeBranden Richardson

Sacred Heart cornerback J.D. Roussel

HOUSTON TEXANS

Coastal Carolina safety Quinn Backus

Illinois State long snapper Chris Highland (also New Orleans Saints)

Norfolk State outside linebacker Lynden Trail

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Southeastern Louisiana quarterback Bryan Bennett

Harvard quarterback Connor Hempel

Harvard linebacker Zack Hodges

UT Martin running back Abou Toure

Yale running back Tyler Varga

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

William & Mary defensive tackle Jasper Coleman (also Baltimore Ravens)

Gardner-Webb wide receiver Kenny Cook

James Madison outside linebacker Sage Harold

Sam Houston State running back Keshawn Hill

Fordham tight end Dan Light

Villanova tight end Earnest Pettway

UT Martin offensive tackle Charles Sweeton

Stony Brook tight end Will Tye

MIAMI DOLPHINS

Maine wide receiver Damarr Aultman

Illinois State offensive lineman Michael Liedtke

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

North Dakota State safety Christian Dudzik

Northern Iowa linebacker Jake Farley

Southern Illinois quarterback Kory Faulkner

North Dakota State linebacker Carlton Littlejohn

Northern Iowa offensive lineman Jack Rummels

South Dakota State cornerback Melvin Taveras

South Dakota cornerback Steve Tellefsen

Central Connecticut State running back Rob Hollomon Jr.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Sam Houston State tight end Shane Young

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

New Hampshire wide receiver R.J. Harris

Illinois State long snapper Chris Highland (also Houston Texans)

North Dakota State place-kicker Adam Keller

Monmouth defensive end Pat O'Hara

New Hampshire tight end Harold Spears

NEW YORK GIANTS

Jacksonville wide receiver Andrew Robustelli

NEW YORK JETS

Wofford linebacker Kevin Thomas

OAKLAND RAIDERS

Stephen F. Austin wide receiver Gus Johnson

Eastern Washington safety Tevin McDonald

Sacramento State quarterback Garrett Safron

Samford defensive lineman Brandon Wilkinson

Delaware State wide receiver Milton Williams III

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

New Hampshire center Mike Coccia

Tennessee State safety Daniel Fitzpatrick

Villanova running back Kevin Monangai

Coastal Carolina defensive back Denzel Rice

Villanova safety Joe Sarnese

Princeton linebacker Mike Zeuli

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Liberty defensive end Dominique Davis

Southeastern Louisiana linebacker Drew Misita

Illinois State defensive end Bradon Prate

Lafayette running back Ross Scheuerman

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

Cal Poly linebacker Nick Dzubnar

Sacred Heart safety Gordon Hill

Albany tight end Brian Parker

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Western Carolina safety Ace Clark

Norfolk State safety Keenan Lambert

James Madison defensive lineman Brandon Lee

Portland State punter Kyle Loomis

Montana State linebacker Alex Singleton

ST. LOUIS RAMS

Northwestern State cornerback Imoan Claiborne

Arkansas-Pine Bluff wide receiver Isiah Ferguson

Liberty safety Jacob Hagen

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

North Carolina Central defensive end Ty Brown

Brown long snapper Courtland Clavette

Towson defensive end Ryan Delaire

Cal Poly linebacker Cameron Ontko

Eastern Kentucky safety Brandon Stanley

Murray State linebacker Travis Taylor

TENNESSEE TITANS

Tennessee State quarterback Michael German

Chattanooga defensive tackle Derrick Lott

WASHINGTON REDSKINS

San Diego wide receiver Reggie Bell

Southeastern Louisiana linebacker Isiah Corbett

Sacred Heart defensive lineman Troy Moore

Sacred Heart running back Keshaudas Spence