Despite going undrafted, former Cal football players Raymond Davison III, Vic Enwere and Jordan Veasy have all made it onto NFL rosters as undrafted free agents.
Davison III signed with the Kansas City Chiefs, Enwere with the New York Jets and Veasy with the Tennessee Titans.
Davison, Enwere and Veasy inking NFL contracts comes after former teammates Devante Downs and James Looney were drafted in the seventh round by the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers, respectively.
In the four seasons he played with the Bears, Davison participated in 47 of 49 possible games, making 25 starts.
The outside linebacker shined as a junior, recording a career-high 69 tackles while also being responsible for Cal’s lone pick-six of the season.
Davison ended his time at Cal with a plethora of career highs under his belt, chief among them being a career-high 4.5 sacks.
Alongside Downs and Looney, Davison and the Bears’ defense allowed 28.4 points per game, the lowest per game total of Davison’s career.
In four seasons with the Bears, Enwere rushed for 1,411 yards over 43 games, good for a career average of 32.8 per contest.
Enwere’s best campaign with Cal came during his sophomore year in 2015 as he recorded career highs in rushing attempts (106), rushing yards (505) and touchdowns (8).
During his senior campaign, Enwere helped lead Cal to a 37-3 upset over then-No. 8 Washington State, recording a touchdown and a season-high 130 all-purpose yards.
Veasy, who attended Faulkner University, Itawamba Community College and Golden West College before transfering to Cal, played in 24 games, hauling in 63 total receptions for 797 receiving yards.
As a redshirt senior, Veasy recorded career highs in receptions (38), receiving yards (491) and touchdowns (6).