(WNFL)- The Miami Dolphins will get a look at former Waupaca High School quarterback Brock Jensen. The Dolphins signed Jensen to a free-agent contract after the NFL Draft ended late Saturday. The Baltimore Sun said he'll get a 10-thousand dollar signing bonus, plus five-thousand in other guarantees. Jensen played his college ball at North Dakota State, and was the winningest quarterback in the history of the FCS, the former Division-One-Double-"A." He completed 62-and-a-half percent of his passes with the Bison for 8,598 yards and 72 touchdowns. Jensen also ran for 1,240 career yards with 35 TD's on the ground. He was not invited to February's NFL Scouting Combine, but he did well at his pro-day two months ago in Fargo.