After going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, some West Virginia football players have signed contracts with NFL teams.

Thus far, four Mountaineers have been inked to undrafted free agent contracts: Dravon Askew-Henry, Toyous Avery, Kenny Bigelow and David Sills.

Askew-Henry, a safety, has signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

In his four seasons with WVU, Askew-Henry played in 51 games — starting in all of them. He ends his Mountaineer career with 215 total tackles.

Avery, a safety, will join the Seattle Seahawks.

During his three year career with West Virginia, Avery saw playing time in 30 games. He finished the 2018 campaign as the Mountaineers’ sixth-leading tackler.

Bigelow, a defensive lineman, has signed with the New Orleans Saints.

After transferring from USC, Bigelow had 20 tackles — including two sacks and a forced fumble — in his lone season with the Mountaineers. For his efforts, he was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team.

Sills, a wide receiver, has signed with the Buffalo Bills.

A 2017 Biletnikoff Award finalist, Sills hauled in 2,097 yards and 35 touchdowns during his three seasons with the Mountaineers.

This list will be updated as more signings become public.