Former Florida State punter Shawn Powell has officially signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Buffalo Bills.
FSU's star special teamer tweeted after the NFL Draft Saturday that he had would be joining the Bills organization but it wasn't officially until today when Buffalo announced the signing of Powell and nine other free agents.
"He's a big guy that's got a strong leg," Bills National Scout Darrell Moody said in a press release. "He's still developing his consistency, but he has the size and the leg strength to be a good punter. He just needs to sharpen his mechanics because he has all the tools to be a real good punter."
Powell's signing means that Buffalo has four Seminoles on its roster -- the most of any team in the NFL.
Longsnapper Garrison Sanborn was already on the team before the Bills drafted Nigel Bradham and Zebrie Sanders in the fifth and sixth rounds, respectively, Saturday.
To read the full Bills release, click here.