Which Texas Tech Red Raiders players are in the NFL? Here’s a list

Dakota Allen, LB, Jacksonville Jaguars: Allen, though playing for his third team, continues to stick after coming into the NFL as a seventh-round draft choice in 2019. He posted career highs last season of 13 games played and 18 tackles.

Jack Anderson, OG, Buffalo Bills: Anderson started 38 games for Tech, made the Senior Bowl and passed up two more seasons of college eligibility for his NFL shot. He went in the seventh round to the Bills, who went 13-3 and reached the AFC championship game. They want to train him at guard and center.

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Cameron Batson, WR, Tennessee Titans: An undersized, undrafted free agent in 2018, Batson continues trying to defy the odds. That got tougher this offseason with the Titans trading for seven-time Pro Bowler Julio Jones, signing free agent Josh Reynolds off a career year and drafting a receiver in the fourth round. Batson spent the 2019 season on injured reserve, but played in 12 games last year, caught 12 passes and scored his first NFL touchdown.

Tennessee Titans receiver Cameron Batson, left, and Houston Texans receiver Keke Coutee visit before a game last January at NRG Stadium in Houston. The two were teammates at Texas Tech.

Jordyn Brooks, LB, Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks’ first-round draft choice in 2020, Brooks played in 14 games as a rookie, starting six and got in on 53 tackles. He made 10 tackles against the Giants and, in Seattle’s last three games counting the playoffs, he had two eight-tackle games and a nine-tackle game.

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Dylan Cantrell, TE, Arizona Cardinals: A sixth-round pick by San Diego in 2018, Cantrell is now with Washington, his fourth NFL team. He went on injured reserve in June.

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