Former local standouts sign with teams after 2020 NFL Draft concludes

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Javelin Guidry, who went to University of Utah after graduating from Vista Murrieta High School in 2017, signs as an undrafted free agent with the New York Jets. Valley News/Jerry Soifer photo
The 2020 NFL Draft, which started Thursday, April 23, and ended Saturday, April 25, proved that even though everyone is at home, they could still score record ratings. Of course, with no other live professional sports taking place during the pandemic, it was something that gave fans a glimmer of hope that the upcoming NFL season is not lost. From No. 1 pick Joe Burrow to this year’s “Mr. Irrelevant,” Georgia linebacker Tae Crowder who was the final pick, 255 players saw their NFL dreams come true. For those that did not, though, the dream of making it in the NFL is not yet over. Heritage High School alumni Aleva Hifo, who went to Brigham Young University after graduating in 2016, signs an NFL undrafted free agent co
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