Now that the final cuts are over, Woodland Hills still lays claim to having the most alums in the NFL of any high school in the nation, with seven. And that’s despite three former Wolverines not making an NFL roster.
Miami Dolphins linebacker Jason Taylor, San Francisco 49ers cornerback Shawntae Spencer, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Steve Breaston, Steelers safety Ryan Mundy, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski are joined by two new faces: Atlanta Falcons cornerback Darrin Walls and Indianapolis Colts cornerback Terrence Johnson. Both Walls (Notre Dame) and Johnson (California, Pa.) were undrafted free agents.
The number could increase, as fullback Lousaka Polite , a seven-year veteran, was cut by the Dolphins and could sign on with another team. Two other undrafted free agents, wide receiver Wes Lyons (West Virginia) and linebacker Monte Simmons (Kent State), were cut by the Steelers and 49ers, respectively, and could be candidates for a practice squad.