Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
Tauiliili, who might have been the most underrated player in the ACC last year, led the conference and finished third nationally with 11.7 tackles per game. Crane was an average quarterback who threw 10 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He could run better than some might think, though, and could have developed into a better quarterback had he started for more than just one season.
Crane isn't the only former Eagle who will continue his career. Linebacker Robert Francois and receiver Brandon Robinson have both signed free-agent contracts with NFL teams. Francois was signed by the Minnesota Vikings while Robinson joined the Philadelphia Eagles.