Tennessee will send at least 11 players to NFL rookie camps this month.

Six former Vols were selected in the NFL Draft and five more accepted free agent deals or rookie camp invites.

Defensive back Malik Foreman agreed with the Texans on an undrafted free agent deal.

Defensive end Corey Vereen and tight end Jason Croom reached free agent agreements with the Patriots and Bills, repspectively.

Offensive lineman Dylan Wiesman and defensive end LaTroy Lewis accepted rookie mini-camp tryout invites from the Oakland Raiders.

Derek Barnett was the first Vol taken in draft, going 14th overall to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday. Tennessee's last first round pick was Ja'Wuan James to the Dolphins (19th overall) in 2014 and the last defensive player to go in the first round was Eric Berry (5th overall) in 2010.

Running back Alvin Kamara was selected on day two with the third pick of the third round by the New Orleans Saints. Defensive back Cam Sutton was next off the board at 94th overall to Pittsburgh.

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A trio of Vols were drafted in the fourth round on Saturday. The Detroit Lions took linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin with the 124th overall pick. Josh Malone went a few picks later to the Cincinnati Bengals at no. 128.

Josh Dobbs was the last Vol drafted. The Steelers took him with the 135th overall pick. Dak Prescott, the NFL Rookie of the Year and former Mississippi State quarterback who many have used as a comparison for Dobbs, was taken with the 135th pick by the Cowboys in the 2016 Draft.

The six Tennessee players taken in the first four rounds were the most taken that early since 2002.