South Dakota Defensive Tackle Kameron Cline Signs with Indianapolis Colts
University of South Dakota defensive lineman Kameron Cline has signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Indianapolis Colts.
Cline was a three-year starter for the Coyotes and played in 43 total games. During his time at USD, Cline secured 121 tackles, seven sacks, and 22 tackles-for-loss.
He becomes the 12th player from the Missouri Valley Football Conference to sign with an NFL team following the conclusion of the NFL Draft. Other notable players from the conference that were signed include Mikey Daniel (SDSU, Atlanta), Christian Rozeboom (SDSU, LA Rams), Luke Sellers (SDSU, Detroit), Ben Ellefson (NDSU, Jacksonville), and Zack Johnson (NDSU, Green Bay).
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