May 13, 2013
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Nine former Penn State football student-athletes participated in National Football League rookie mini-camps this month, four of whom were in camps that concluded Sunday.
During the 2013 NFL Draft, three Nittany Lions were selected: first-team All-Big Ten defensive tackle Jordan Hill (Steelton/Seattle Seahawks), All-Big Ten linebacker Gerald Hodges (Paulsboro, N.J./Minnesota Vikings) and first team All-America linebacker Michael Mauti (Mandeville, La./Minnesota Vikings).
Four former Nittany Lions signed free agent contracts: tackle Mike Farrell (Pittsburgh/Pittsburgh Steelers), cornerback Stephon Morris (Washington, D.C./New England Patriots), first-team All-Big Ten center Matt Stankiewitch (Orwigsburg/New England Patriots) and running back Michael Zordich (Youngstown, Ohio/Carolina Panthers).
In addition, two more Penn Staters were invited to NFL rookie mini-camps: quarterback Matt McGloin (Scranton/Washington and Carolina) and linebacker Pete Massaro (Newtown Square/Philadelphia Eagles).
The rookie mini-camps for the Eagles, Panthers and Seahawks ended Sunday.