— Keith Smith (@K_SMITH31) May 11, 2014
Former Charter Oak RB Adam Muema, who made headlines for skipping the NFL Combine because God told him to do it, did not get drafted.
— Fred J. Robledo (@SGVNSports) May 12, 2014
Linebacker Keith Smith, who starred at Charter Oak and won back-to-back CIF-SS titles before moving on to San Jose State, was signed by the Dallas Cowboys over the weekend as an undrafted free agent. Smith was not drafted but is part of 23 undrafted free agents that will join the Cowboyos nine draft selections for their rookie mini camp. Former Tribune player of the year and San Diego State Aztec Adam Muema, who made headlines for skipping the NFL draft because God told him to do it, even proclaiming that he would be drafted by Super Bowl champion Seattle, went undrafted and unsigned through Monday. It’s probably not a huge surprise, Muema tweeted in March that he was was retiring and his football career is over. That was probably enough to scare NFL organizations away for good. Also, former Glendora fullback Chad Young, who played at San Diego State, was signed as an undrafted free agent with the New York Jets