Penn State had three players selected on the final day of the NFL draft.

The San Diego Chargers drafted left guard Johnnie Troutman in the fifth round Saturday with the 149th overall pick. Jack Crawford, a defensive end, was taken nine picks later in the fifth round by Oakland. The Raiders also snagged outside linebacker Nathan Stupar with the 230th pick in the seventh.

All-American defensive tackle Devon Still went to the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday in the second round.

Troutman, a Pemberton High product, made 32 career starts at Penn State. Crawford, a former standout at St. Augustine Prep who was second-team All-Big Ten, had 40 tackles and a team-high 6.5 sacks last season. Stupar, an all-conference honorable-mention selection, finished last season with 80 tackles, two sacks, and two interceptions.

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