He didn't hear his name called in the NFL Draft but it didn't take long for Alec Ingold to land a spot in the league.
According to multiple reports, the former Bay Port Pirate is headed to the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent.
In four seasons with the Wisconsin Badgers, Ingold rushed for 343 yards and scored 17 rushing touchdowns. He also added 14 receptions and 4 receiving touchdowns.
Ingold joins fellow Green Bay native Max Scharping in the NFL this season. The former Southwest Trojan was selected 55th overall by the Houston Texans. Both the Raiders and Texans will face the Packers this year in the preseason.