Former Tennessee Volunteers defensive back Prentiss Waggner went undrafted during the 2013 NFL Draft, but has reportedly signed with the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted free agent.
Waggner was a 5th year senior that started 38 of 50 games during his career at Tennessee. At one point during his career Waggner started 33 straight games for the Vols. During the one game that Waggner didn’t start for the Volunteers in his senior season against Troy, he record 8 tackles, including 7 solo tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss.
Waggner recorded 159 tackles and nine interceptions during his career with the Volunteers.
In 2010, his sophomore season, Waggner was named to the Associated Press All-SEC second team.
The Louisiana native will join former LSU standouts Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu in the Arizona Cardinals defensive backfield.
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