Former Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin signed a three-year contract with the Oakland Raiders Wednesday. McGloin's agent, Mark F. Magazu II, broke the news via Twitter.

According to a report from The Daily Collegian, the Penn State student newspaper, McGloin worked out for the Washington Redskins and the Carolina Panthers before finally landing with the Raiders.

McGloin went undrafted in last month's NFL Draft and is walking on to an NFL team, much like he did to the Penn State football program.

He went from walk-on to full-time starter at Penn State a couple of seasons after joining the program.

During his senior season, McGloin threw for 3,271 yards, 24 touchdowns and led the Nittany Lions to an 8-4 record in Bill O'Brien's first season as head coach.

McGloin will enter a Raider quarterback situation that currently involves Matt Flynn, Terrelle Pryor and fellow rookies Tyler Wilson and Kyle Padron.