UTSA Standouts Agree To Terms With NFL Teams

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Two UTSA Roadrunners were signed as undrafted free agents by a duo of NFL programs. Former safety Jordan Moore is among 21 other undrafted prospects that agreed to term with the Atlanta Falcons and former running back Jarveon Williams will join 13 other undrafted athletes with the Cincinnati Bengals.

They are the seventh and eighth UTSA player to make a NFL roster in school history, respectively.


Moore was an accomplished track-and-field star at the collegiate level. InĀ 12 starts, he registered 49 total tackles, three pass breakups, one interception and a forced fumble. Moore also doubled as a punt returner, averaging 20.2 yards.


A local prospect from Converse Judson, Williams lead the Roadrunners with 900 yards last season, producing four 100-yard games and scoring eight touchdowns. He finishes his San Antonio careerĀ as the university’s all-time leading rusher with 2,393 yards with a program-record eight of the total 16 all-time 100-yard rushing performances. He also ranks second on the school’s career (19) touchdown mark.


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