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There have been 43 players selected in the National Football League supplemental draft since its inception in 1977. [1] The supplemental draft was enacted in 1977 for players who had various circumstances affect their eligibility supllemental did not enter the main NFL draft. The only player selected in the supplemental draft to enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame playefs Cris Carter, who was selected in 1987 and elected to the Hall of Fame in 2013.

In addition, there have been eight players selected to Pro Bowls in their careers: Bernie Kosar (drafted in 1985), Cris Carter (1987), Bobby Humphrey (1989), Rob Moore (1990), Mike Wahle (1998), Jamal Williams (1998), Ahmad Brooks (2006), and Josh Gordon (2012).In 1984, the National Football League held a supplemental draft for college seniors who had already signed with either the United States Football League or the Canadian Football League.

Draff June 5 in New York City the draft was completed in an attempt to head off a bidding war in its own ranks for USFL and CFL players. Three suppllemental in this draft entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame: Steve Young, Gary Zimmerman, and Reggie White. List [ edit ] �= Pro Bowler [N 1]= Hall of FamerPositions key CCenterCBCornerbackDBDefensive backDEDefensive endDLDefensive linemanDTDefensive tackleFBFullbackFSFree safetyGGuardHBHalfbackKPlacekickerKRKick returnerLBLinebackerLSLong snapperOTOffensive tackleOLOffensive linemanNTNose tacklePPunterPRPunt returnerQBQuarterbackRBRunning backSSafetySSStrong safetyTBTailbackTETight endWRWide receiverYearPlayerPositionRoundNFL TeamCollegeReason for entering supplemental draft1977Al HunterRB4thSeattle SeahawksNotre DameSuspended from the team for disciplinary reasons.

[2]1978Johnnie DirdenWR10thHouston OilersSam Houston Statedropped out of college after two years. [3]1978Rod ConnorsRB12thSan Francisco 49ersUSCdropped out of college 2051 eligibility remaining. [4]1979Rod StewartRB6thBuffalo BillsKentucky1980Matthew TeagueDE7thAtlanta Supplemeental View A&M1980Billy MullinsWR9thSan Diego ChargersUSCdeclared ineligible when it was discovered draff he gained credits simultaneously from four junior colleges in the fall of 1977 in order to gain entry to USC.

[5]1981Dave WilsonQB1stNew Orleans SaintsIllinoisdeclared ineligible amid questions about his high school transcript and junior college stay. [6]1981Chy DavidsonWR11thNew England PatriotsRhode Island1982Kevin RobinsonCB9thDetroit Vraft Carolina A&T1985Bernie Kosar�QB1stCleveland BrownsMiami (FL)Graduated after his junior year.

[7]1985Roosevelt SnipesRB8thSan Francisco 49ersFlorida StateAcademically ineligible. [8]1986Charles CrawfordRB7thPhiladelphia EaglesOklahoma StateCrawford missed his senior year with an injury and declared for the supplemental draft amid questions about whether his eligibility would be extended (currently, medical redshirt status would be given before the draft deadline).

[9]1987Brian BosworthLB1stSeattle SeahawksOklahomaBosworth had been dismissed from the Oklahoma football team following the 1986 season. Since he was a junior, he was eligible to be chosen in the 1987 draft but did not declare before the deadline [10] and decided to wait for the supplemental draft, which he was eligible for due to his graduation from Oklahoma one year early.1987Dan SileoDT3rdTampa Bay BuccaneersMiami (FL)1987Cris Carter�WR4thPhiladelphia EaglesOhio StateCarter was suspended before his senior season for signing with an agent.

[11]1988Ryan BetheaWR5thMinnesota VikingsSouth CarolinaSuspended from team over drug arrests1989Steve WalshQB1stDallas CowboysMiami (FL)Walsh did not declare for the draft before its deadline. [12]1989Timm RosenbachQB1stPhoenix CardinalsWashington StateRosenbach did not declare for the draft before its deadline. [12]1989Bobby Humphrey�RB1stDenver BroncosAlabama1989Brett YoungDB8thBuffalo BillsOregon1989Mike LowmanRB12thDallas CowboysCoffeyville Community College1990Rob Moore�WR1stNew York JetsSyracuseMoore graduated from college with a year of eligibility remaining, and did not declare in time for regular draft.

[13]1990Willie WilliamsTE9thPhoenix CardinalsLSU1992Dave BrownQB1stNew York GiantsDukeBrown graduated from college with a year of eligibility remaining, and did not declare for the NFL until after the regular draft had been held.

As of 2014, Brown is the last player taken in the first round of the supplemental draft. [14]1992Darren MickellDE2ndKansas City ChiefsFloridaMickell was suspended from team for senior season for undisclosed violations of team rules. [15]1994Tito WootenCB4thNew York GiantsNortheast Louisiana1994John DavisTE5thDallas CowboysEmporia State1995Darren BensonDT3rdDallas CowboysTrinity Valley Community College1998Mike Wahle�OT2ndGreen Bay PackersNavyWahle was suspended for senior season by the NCAA after testing positive for steroids.

[16]1998Jamal Williams�NT2ndSan Diego ChargersOklahoma StateWilliams was declared academically ineligible before his senior season. [17]1999J'Juan CherryCB4thNew England PatriotsArizona State2002Milford BrownG6thHouston TexansFlorida StateHe had used up his five-year competition eligibility.

[18]2003Tony HollingsRB2ndHouston TexansGeorgia TechHe was academically ineligible for the 2003 college season. [19]2005Manuel WrightDT5thMiami DolphinsUSCChose entering the draft over not playing college football while trying to regain his academic eligibility.

[20]2006Ahmad Brooks� [21]LB3rdCincinnati BengalsVirginiaHe was dismissed from his college team. [22]2007Paul OliverS4thSan Diego ChargersGeorgiaHe left college spuplemental of academic problems. [23]2007Jared Gaither [23]OT5thBaltimore RavensMarylandHe was declared academically ineligible in college. [24]2009Jeremy JarmonDE3rdWashington RedskinsKentuckySuspended over failed drug test. [25]2010Harvey Unga [26]FB7thChicago BearsBYUExpelled for disciplinary reasons.

[26]2010Josh Brent [26]NT7thDallas CowboysIllinoisHe was ".�reportedly academically eupplemental for the 2010 [college] season." [27]2011Terrelle PryorQB3rdOakland RaidersOhio StateSuspended as part of NCAA investigation into improper benefits. [28]2012Josh Gordon�WR2ndCleveland BrownsBaylorDismissed for failed marijuana test. [29]2015Isaiah BattleOT5thSt. Louis RamsClemsonHad "family matters to attend", as well as off-field issues. [30]Notes [ edit ] � ^ McIntyre, Brian (July 8, 2013). "Six players available in 2013 supplemental draft".

Yahoo.com. Retrieved May 4, 2014.� ^ "Notre Dame Lose Halfback Al Hunter". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. July 1, 1977. p.�6D. Retrieved October 10, 2011.� ^ Stellino, Vito (October 21, 1978). "Cement Trucker Delivers for Oilers". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. p.�9. Retrieved October 10, 2011.� ^ "Rough Riders Cut Six Players". The Star-Phoenix. July 21, 1978. p.�62. Retrieved October 10, 2011.� ^ " 'Dumb jocks' trigger report".

Edmonton Journal. October 15, 1980. p.�C6. Retrieved October 10, 2011.� ^ Gugger, John (December 9, 1980). "Big Ten Bothered by 2 Wilson Transcripts".

The Blade. pp.�26, 28. Retrieved October 10, 2011.� ^ Boyer, Mary Schmitt. "Mystery lingers for NFL's supplemental draft � even for Bernie Kosar," The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), Sunday, August 21, 2011.� ^ "Transactions". Lawrence Journal-World. March 13, 1985. p.�14. Retrieved October 10, 2011.� ^ "Keith Byars benched". The Bryan Times. October 16, 1986. p.�16. Retrieved October 11, 2011.� ^ "Bosworth misses deadline, won't be in NFL draft". The Milwaukee Sentinel.

April aupplemental, 1987. p.�2 2. Retrieved October 11, 2011.� ^ "Impact NFL Supplemental Draft Picks". Sports Illustrated. July 6, 2010. Retrieved October 11, 2011.� ^ a b "Walsh, Rosenbach Bypass April Draft".

Sarasota Herald-Tribune. April 11, 1989. pp.�1C, 6C. Retrieved October 11, 2011.� ^ "Moore catches on with Jets". Reading Eagle. August 22, 1990. p.�33. Retrieved October 11, 2011.� ^ "Giants choose Brown in supplemental draft". The Times-News. July 10, 1992. p.�1B. Retrieved October 11, 2011.� ^ "Chiefs take former Gator Mickell in Richard Shiro/APIsaiah Battle started 15 games over the past two seasons for Clemson.Here's an in-depth look at all seven eligible players, including a scouting report and draft projection for each - including Clemson offensive tackle, who was a fifth-round pick by the St.

Louis Rams in this year's supplemental draft. Isaiah Battle, OT, ClemsonScouting report: Battle said he was entering the supplemental draft to help support his family, with a child due this summer. NFL scouts believe that his previous disciplinary issues and a recent report by The Clemson Insider that he was cited for possession of marijuana and speeding in June might have caused Clemson to push Battle out of the door.

Regardless, this left tackle is a player who will be strongly considered by a few teams. Battle has great length and is able to get into edge rushers quickly. He has the athleticism to fit in nicely with zone-scheme running teams. He has issues with waist-bending and leaning on defenders at times, which is the sign of a player who has concerns about his own strength and anchor.Draft projection: Scouts are concerned about his work ethic and character and view him as a player plaeyrs will need time and patience.

However, the length and athleticism he offers at such a premium position could lead to him being selected within the first four rounds. Notable supplemental picksCris Carter and Bernie Kosar headline a list of the five most interesting supplemental draft picks of all time. Can one of the four 2015 supplemental draft prospects join them?

MORE . Darrius Caldwell, DE, West GeorgiaScouting report: Caldwell originally signed with Illinois and took a redshirt season in 2011, before finishing with 17 zupplemental and 2.5 sacks in 2012.

Caldwell left Illinois due to academic reasons and spent a season at Pearl River Community College before committing to Arizona State. However, academics prevented him from attending college at Arizona State. He ended up playing for West Georgia last season and recorded 12 sacks. Caldwell is angular and lacks the necessary strength at the point of attack to hold up against NFL-caliber strength.

Despite playing defensive end in college, he would have to transition into a 3-4 edge spot to have a shot.Draft projection: After an underwhelming pro day, Caldwell is unlikely to be drafted.

Eric Eiland, DE, HoustonScouting report: Eiland originally signed with Texas A&M in 2007, but opted for baseball after the Toronto Blue Jays made him a second-round selection. Minor league baseball didn't work out for Eiland, so he made his way to Houston in 2012. Eiland made 18 starts as a stand-up end over the last two seasons, but tallied just two sacks and 10 tackles for loss during that time.

He is undersized and unable to threaten the edge as a pass rusher, so he would have to move to a weakside linebacker spot in the pros. Eiland turns 27 in September and decided it was time to move on from college to give pro ball a shot.Draft projection: Eiland is unlikely to be drafted. 15 for '15:CFB 24/7 counts down the best of what college football has to offer in varying categories for 2015.� Best individual matchups� Most embarrassing games� Best games� Surprise teams� Best teams� Most explosive athletes� Best on social media� Best intangibles� Best players on bad teams� Best outside Power 5� Best celebrity fans� Best traditions� Best game-day atmosphere� Best stadiums� Strongest players� Scariest 201 Smallest players� Biggest players� Smartest players� Fastest players� Most freakish athletes� Most versatile athletes� Most physical players� Hot college coordinators� College coaches ready for NFL� NFL players to be CFB coaches� Coaches on the hot seat� Best head coaches� Best rivalry trophies� Best rivalries� Best mascots� Best alternate uniforms� Best historical uniforms� Top impact freshmen� Top impact transfers� Top offensive players� Top defensive players� Top Heisman candidatesSean McQuillan, TE, UConnScouting report: McQuillan didn't opt for the supplemental draft because of a lack of playing time or academic issues.

On the contrary, he was expected to be a team captain in 2105. However, McQuillan was arrested in April and charged with second-degree assault and disorderly conduct. UConn head coach Bob Diaco announced in June that McQuillan was no longer a member of the football team.

McQuillan will catch what he's supposed to, but he's tight-legged and upright in his routes. He has difficulty separating against quality athletes. McQuillan has a stocky, muscular build, but isn't enough of a bender as an in-line blocker to consistently make an impact in that area.Draft projection: With McQuillan due in court on July 17, one scout told me he has "zero chance" of being drafted.

Kevin Short, DB, KansasScouting report: Short never played at Kansas. He was supplememtal of the Jayhawks' 2013 JUCO class, but was a redshirt in 2013 and was academically ineligible in 2014. In September 2014, then-Kansas coach Charlie Weis announced that Short was leaving school for personal reasons. So, Short hasn't played in a football game since 2012, when he attended Fort Supppemental Community College.

Both Short and Weis have said that academics were not the issue for his departure.Draft projection: Short has very little chance of being drafted despite his intriguing 6-foot-2 frame.

Dalvon Stuckey, DT, West GeorgiaScouting report: Stuckey was a Florida State commitment out of high school but never enrolled due to academic issues. After spending two seasons at Pearl River Community College, he committed to Arizona State along with teammate Darrius Caldwell. Like Caldwell, Stuckey failed to qualify academically and played his 2014 football at West Georgia, where he notched 4.5 sacks, nine tackles for loss and three forced fumbles.

Stuckey has decent size and plays with his pads square. He keeps a nice, low pad level, but he lacks positional strength to be a true plugger at plajers and the quickness to be a gap-shooter.Draft projection: Stuckey probably won't be drafted but should make it into a camp. Adrian Wilkins, WR, Supplementaal Carolina CentralScouting report: Wilkins is listed at 5-8 and 175 pounds, which immediately makes him an underdog to be drafted as a supplemental pick.

The undersized receiver's background as a return man gives him a glimmer of hope, though. In 2013, Wilkins finished with five returns for touchdowns (three on kickoffs and two on punts) and was able to craft some solid returns in 2014. Wilkins doesn't always play with great play speed and fearlessness as a returner and he is a ragged route-runner when used from the slot.

Wilkins and his family decided to leave school after he was declared ineligible to compete for North Carolina Central this season.Draft projection: While he is unlikely to be drafted, he could end up in a camp.Follow Lance Zierlein on Twitter @LanceZierlein. � Vikings place Peterson on injured reserve| Week 3 Cheat Sheet� Injuries: Julio Jones (calf) questionable; Packers' Matthews out� Buccaneers waive Seferian-Jenkins| TE arrested on DUI charge� Todd Gurley sees '12 people on the field' on runs| Week 3 picks� Transactions: Chargers activate Cleveland as Gates insurance� Eagles skpplemental to get Green-Beckham more involved| Game Pass� Rex: Doesn't look like Watkins will play Sunday| Bold predictions� Harbaugh supports protesting Michigan players| What we learned� Louisville QB Lamar Jackson scores 7 TDs in rout of MarshallSubscribe More News > � NFL Football Operations� Pro Football Hall of Fame� NFL Ticket Exchange� NFL Shop� Licensing� 2016 NFL Enterprises LLC.

NFL 22015 the NFL shield design are registered trademarks of the National Football League.The team names, logos and uniform designs are registered trademarks of the teams indicated. All other NFL-related trademarks are trademarks of the National Football League. NFL footage � NFL Productions LLC. � Cowboys� Giants� Eagles� Redskins� Bears� Lions� Packers� Vikings� Falcons� Panthers� Saints� Buccaneers� CardPlayers Eligible for Supplemental Draft PlayerPositionSchoolIsaiah BattleOTClemsonDarrius CaldwellDEWest GeorgiaDalvon StuckeyDTWest GeorgiaEric EilandDEHoustonSean McQuillanTEUConnKevin Drafft WilkinsWR/KRAdrian WilkinsMichael David Smith, Pro Football TalkSmith indicated Battle "has a very good chance of getting picked" in the supplemental draft.

Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Draaft and Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports weighed in on the prospect:Studied Clemson OT Isaiah Battle. Ideal size (6'6 1/2 326) & length (35 1/4 inch arms). Quick feet & flashes power but plays too high/narrow� Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) June 25, 2015Two #NFL sources: Clemson OT Isaiah Battle likely 3rd round supplemental value. Could have pushed into top 5 at his position w/ strong 2015.� Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) June 25, 2015Players are usually eligible for the supplemental draft because they missed the filing deadline for the regular draft or had some kind of issue that affected their college 2015 supplemental draft players terms of how the supplemental draft format works, Smith�broke it down in 2012.The order is determined in a lottery style, broken down into three different tiers.

The first drawing features teams that won six or fewer games, which is followed by the next group of teams that won seven or more games but didn't make the playoffs.The final tier features all 12 playoff teams. Last year's worst team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, have the best odds of getting the No. 1 pick in the supplemental draft, as their name is put in the first-tier drawing 32 times, followed by the Tennessee Titans 31 times and so on down the line.Once the order is set, teams are then able to select eligible players or pass on their pick each round if there isn't any player they want to take.

If there is a player selected, teams will lose that pick in next year's traditional draft for the round a player was taken.For instance, Josh Gordon was the last player taken in the second round of the supplemental draft by the Cleveland Browns in 2012. As a result, the Browns forfeited their selection in the second round of the 2013 NFL draft.The supplemental draft doesn't often provide results, as no one has been selected in the last two years, but there have been some interesting players taken in 2015 supplemental draft players past.

Gordon has certainly had problems off of the field for Cleveland, but he was an All-Pro wide receiver in 2013.Teams are always seeking to find cost-effective talent, so if one of them falls in love with the potential of the four eligible players this year, the two-year drought of no players being taken in the supplemental draft will come to an end.� Share� Tweet�� 48 Comments Copyright � 2016 Bleacher Report, Inc.

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. All Rights Reserved.BleacherReport.com is part of Bleacher Report � Turner Sports Network, part of the Turner Sports and Entertainment Network.Certain photos copyright � 2016 Getty Images.Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of Getty Images is strictly prohibited.AdChoices Notable supplemental picksCris Carter and Bernie Kosar headline a list of the five most interesting supplemental draft picks of all time.

Can one of the four 2015 supplemental draft prospects join them? MORE . No player has been picked in the supplemental draft since 2012, when the Cleveland Browns used a second-round pick on Josh Gordon. Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, the best prospect available in this year's supplemental draft, has a good chance to be selected.Joining Battle in the draft are West Georgia defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey and defensive end Darrius Caldwell, Houston defensive end Eric Eiland, UConn tight end Sean McQuillan, Kansas defensive back Kevin Short and North Carolina Central wide receiver Adrian Wilkins.The supplemental draft will be held July 9.Representatives dtaft 16 NFL teams attended the pro-day workout for Stuckey and Caldwell on West Georgia's campus, in Carrollton, on Thursday.

NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt posted the test results for Stuckey and Caldwell on Twitter. Battle has a pro day scheduled for July 7 at Clemson, and Wilkins has one scheduled supplemetnal July 8 on campus, in Supplementak, 26, spent four years in the minors with the Toronto Blue Jays after originally signing with Texas A&M in 2007.Follow Dan Parr on Twitter @TheDan_Parr. � Vikings place Peterson on injured reserve| Week 3 Cheat Sheet� Injuries: Julio Jones (calf) questionable; Packers' Matthews out� Buccaneers waive Seferian-Jenkins| TE arrested on DUI charge� Todd Gurley sees '12 people on the field' on runs| Playera 3 picks� Transactions: Chargers activate Cleveland as Gates insurance� Eagles look to get Green-Beckham more involved| Game Pass� Rex: Doesn't look like Watkins will play Sunday| Bold predictions� Harbaugh supports protesting Michigan players| What we learned� Louisville QB Lamar Jackson scores 7 TDs in rout of MarshallSubscribe More News > � NFL Football Plagers Pro Football Hall of Fame� NFL Ticket Exchange� NFL Shop� Licensing� 2016 NFL Enterprises LLC.

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NFL and the NFL shield design are registered trademarks of theNational Football League.The team names, logos and uniform designs are registered trademarks ofthe teams indicated. All other Dfaft trademarks are trademarks of the National FootballLeague. NFL footage � NFL Productions LLC. PRIVACY POLICY | Terms & Conditions � ProFootballTalk� HardballTalk� ProBasketballTalk� CollegeFootballTalk� ProHockeyTalk� Golf Central� OlympicTalk� NASCAR Talk� MotorSportsTalk� ProSoccerTalk� CollegeBasketballTalk� Inside the Irish � Home� Latest News & Rumors� Playwrs PFT Video� Police Blotter� Teams� AFC Teams� Baltimore� Buffalo� Cincinnati� Cleveland� Denver� Houston� Indianapolis� Jacksonville� Kansas City� Miami� New England� NY Jets� Oakland� Pittsburgh� San Diego� Tennessee� NFC Teams� Arizona� Atlanta� Carolina� Chicago� Dallas� Detroit� Green Bay� Los Angeles� Minnesota� New Orleans� NY Giants� Philadelphia� San Francisco� Seattle� Tampa Bay� Washington� TV and Radio Schedule� About� Contact� Feeds� Advertising� Privacy Policy� Terms of Service� PFT Gear� Tickets Getty ImagesIn the last two years, no players have been selected in the NFL supplemental draft.

This year, the NFL has announced that seven players are eligible to be selected.However, only one is likely to be chosen: Isaiah Battle, an offensive tackle from Clemson, has a very good chance of getting picked when the supplemental draft takes place on July 9.The league has announced that six other players are eligible as well: West Georgia defensive end Darrius Caldwell, West Georgia defensive tackle Spplemental Stuckey, Houston defensive end Eric Eiland, UConn tight end Sean McQuillan, Kansas defensive back Kevin Short and North Carolina Central wide receiver/kick returner Adrian Wilkins.Players can enter the supplemental draft if something changes with their college eligibility after the deadline to declare for dratt regular draft.

Often when �something changes� that means the player off-field trouble, so that means supplemental prospects are viewed by NFL teams as having one strike against them already.Battle�s talent may be sufficient that some team will overlook that one strike and draft him. The other players are likely to be passed over in the supplemental draft and attempt to sign somewhere as undrafted free agents. � Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)� Click to email (Opens in new playdrs is good.

Doing the right thing. A NC trophy or ring is not going to out food in his children�s mouth. And yeah, he was stopped on possession of Pot. Big deal.

If he was in Washington or Colorado it�s legal, which it should be in all the states. Somebody is going to get a good player that will be very thankful for a chance. giantseahawk says:Jul 2, 2015 1:41 PMI�ve been following playfrs NFL for decades and I still have no idea how the supplemental draft works. Why does the NFL supports this palyers and mysterious draft process?=====As to how it works, teams submit the name of the player they want to draft playes what round they would take him in.

If no team submits a higher pick, they get the player and forfeit that pick in the next draft.As supplemetnal why, the rules state that no player can enter the NFL without passing through a draft. Instead of making these guys wait an entire year just because of the bad timing of their eligibility loss, the NFL allows them to enter this draft. The result is that most of them wind up as free agents, playrs to sign with any team because they passed through a draft process.The reality is, no one wants to get picked in the SD.

They would much rather pass through and be named free agents. The reality is, no one wants to get picked in the SD. They would much rather pass through and be named free agents.=======================Thanks for the explanation, even I understand how the SD works now. I was thinking, man this dude seems pretty smart, then I noticed your username: lukedunphysscienceproject. �mongo3401 says: Jul 2, 2015 1:39 PMKid is good. Doing the right thing.

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None of the players are expected to fetch a high pick but a few offer enough intrigue that a late round selection could occur.Alphabetically, the official four prospects eligible for the 2014 Supplemental draft are:WR Chase Clayton, New Mexico (6-2, 204, 4.54): Clayton was ruled academically ineligible in pplayers and did not play, a drwft loss to the Lobos as he flashed playmaking ability as a sophomore, returning two kickoffs suppplemental touchdowns and earning Honorable Mention All-Mountain West accolades with an average of 30.4 yards per return, fifth best in the country.

He signed with New Mexico as a defensive back but his agility and vision pushed him to the offensive side of the ball, where he saw time at fullback and running back in the Lobos' pistol option offense. He leaves New Mexico with 209 rushing yards and just five receptions for 48 yards.

Clayton's length and athleticism are enough to warrant investigation but he's unlikely to be drafted Thursday.LB Darius Lipford, North Carolina dravt, 245, 4.77): Lipford signed ppayers UNC as a highly regarded prep prospect and earned immediate playing time, seeing action in 11 games and even starting once in 2010.

He enjoyed his best collegiate season as a sophomore, emerging as the Tar Heels' starting strongside linebacker late in the year and recording 42 tackles, including 1.5 for loss.

Lipford tore the ACL in his left knee in UNC's Independence Bowl loss to Missouri and missed the entire 2012 campaign. He returned to play at the Bandit linebacker position for the Tar Heels last season, generating six tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks among his 20 stops. Lipford's length and athleticism earned him the nickname "Freak" by teammates at North Carolina but he never developed as expected, in part due to average instincts. He is a fluid, explosive athlete with clear upside and therefore could warrant a late round selection if teams are comfortable with his medical report.DT LaKendrick Ross, Virginia-Lynchburg (6-5, 365, 5.0): Boasting a startling combination of size, strength (reportedly lifted 225 pounds 46 times during a recent workout) and athleticism, Ross is precisely the type of diamond in the rough prospect that sends scouts scurrying across the country to investigate.

He earned interest from D-I schools out of high school and signed with Morgan State but academics pushed him to Virginia-Lynchburg. He only played one season (2012) before academics pushed him off the field again but he turned heads, recording 19 tackles, including five tackles for loss and four sacks in just six games. Ross had a tough upbringing. His mother passed away when he was 10 and with his biological father out of the picture, Ross bounced around through foster homes.

His tape reveals a very raw prospect with almost no hand technique or understanding of leverage. Ross' natural tools and tough-luck story, however, were enough to reportedly convince 14 teams to a Pro Day workout, so a selection is possible.RB Traylon Shead, SMU, Texas (6-2, 230, 4.59): While last alphabetically, Shead is the most high profile prospect of the 2014 Supplemental class. He was an all-everything running back recruit from a small town 90 minutes outside of Dallas and was viewed as one of the top prep players in the nation after setting several state rushing records.

He arrived in Austin at Texas as a ballyhooed recruit, but struggled to fit in, redshirting in 2010 and deciding to transfer midway through the 2011 season. Shead spent the 2012 season at Navarro Junior College in Corsicana, Texas before transferring again closer to home at SMU.

In 2013 with the Mustangs, he played in four games and finished fourth on the team in rushing with 197 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 3.9 yards per carry. Shead battled several injuries last season as a junior, including a sprained left knee in the 2013 season opener, but he was expected to battle for the starting SMU running back job in 2014 supplemetnal deciding to enter the Supplemental Draft.At supp,emental and 230 pounds, Shead has the size to be a bruising runner between the tackles with light feet to pick his way through inside lanes.

He is more of a one-speed runner with ordinary burst and quickness, but shows the decisiveness to get north-south quickly. Shead has the natural power and brute strength to keep his legs pumping and force defenders to slip off his stout frame. Running a tad upright, he rarely makes anyone miss and needs to better utilize his power to deliver a pop at contact and keep his pads low to the ground.

Shead has some experience in pass protection and catching the ball out of the backfield with some positive results, but is still a work-in-progress in both areas. N ine teams attended Shead's Pro Day last week and while he hasn't done much that separates him as a NFL prospect, he has raw skills that make some scouts believe his best football is ahead of him.The supplemental draft was originally created for players who had lost their eligibility between the primary NFL Draft in April and the beginning of the next season.

Typically they are players who ran afoul of the law or failed to keep up with their academic obligations.T he supplemental draft has grown in popularity in recent years with 11 of the 43 players selected since the draft's inception in 1977 coming since 2002. Other than 2008 (which was canceled due to a lack of eligible athletes) and last year (none of the six eligible players were drafted), at least one player has been selected in the annual supplemental draft since 2005.Among the most notable Supplemental selections were quarterback Bernie Kosar (Cleveland, 1985), wide receiver Cris Carter (Philadelphia, 1987), linebacker Brian Bosworth (Seattle, 1987) and, of course, Gordon (Cleveland, 2012).Unlike the televised April draft, the supplemental is carried out via e-mail among teams.

The teams, slotted into three groups based on their won/loss percentage the previous year, contact the league with a list of the players they would draft and the round in which they would take them. Any team that uses a supplemental draft pick would then lose the corresponding selection in the next year's draft. The selection order will be determined shortly before the draft and has not historically been released to the public.The 2014 supplemental draft will begin at 1 p.m.

ET. These are the only four players eligible for the draft. Players not selected are considered street free agents and can sign with any interested club following the draft's conclusion.NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst Dane Brugler contributed to this report. � 2004-2016 CBS Interactive.

All Rights Reserved.CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. Commissioner.co� 49ers Injury News� 49ers Press Conferences & Conference Calls� Full Archive�Library� 49ers Salary Cap 2017� 49ers Salary Cap 2016� NFL mock draft database 2016 - 49ers picks across the Internet� 2016 NFL calendar: League year, free agency, draft, salary cap deadlines�49ers The 2015 NFL Supplemental Draft is set to take place later today, with a scheduled playfrs time of 10 a.m.

PT. The draft is not televised, but we will likely hear some information sometime around then. Players are rarely picked in the supplemental draft, with the last one being Josh Gordon in 2012. The Cleveland Browns sacrificed a 2013 second round pick to acquire the talented, but sometimes troubled receiver.Fooch's update: Per Matt Barrows, the 49ers were on hand for workouts for Isaiah Battle, Darrius Caldwell, Dalvon Stuckey and Adrian Wilkins.

Eligible playersThere are seven players available for selection in the draft. Players must apply for eligibility because it requires they have not been eligible for the regular draft back in April.

They usually have had some kind of off-field issue (be it legal, academic, or otherwise). Arguably the two most famous supplemental picks were Cris Carter and Brian Bosworth.

Here is the list of 20115 eligible to be selected:OT�Isaiah Battle, ClemsonDE Darrius Caldwell, West GeorgiaDT Dalvon Stuckey, West GeorgiaDE Eric Eiland, HoustonTE Sean McQuillan, UConnDB Kevin Short, KansasWR Adrian Wilkins, North Carolina Central 49ers historyThe San Francisco 49ers have selected five players in the supplemental draft. In 1978, they selected running back Rod Connors.

In 1984, they selected wide receiver Derrick Crawford, offensive tackle Joe Conwell, and running back Mark Schellen. 1985, they selected running drfat Roosevelt Snipes. Current 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks was originally selected in the supplemental draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. Draft orderThe NFL does not use straight previous year record for the supplemental draft.

Instead, the league uses a lottery to determine order.�Teams are weighted based on record, like the NBA lottery. The lottery is broken down into three groups.�The first tier is teams with six or fewer wins the previous season. The second tier is teams with seven or more wins that didn't make the playoffs.

Spuplemental final tier is the 12 playoff teams. Draft picksThe whole thing takes place via email. A team submits the player or players they want and the corresponding round in which they would take them. Teams are grouped by won/loss record so the team with the worst record and highest bid will be awarded the player. They would then lose their pick from that round in the next draft.

Scouting reportsDan Kadar has a preview up at Mocking the Draft. Although nobody has been selected since 2012, a lot of analysts expect Isaiah Battle to go at some point today. Dan has some extensive analysis about Battle in his article. There are also scouting reports for the players at NFL.com. They also have a " mock draft" that features a whole lot of passing, and then the Tampa Bay Buccaneers using a fourth round pick on Battle. The 49ers hold two extra picks in the 2016 NFL Draft.

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The big name is former Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, who might have been considered a high-round pick had he played another season with the Tigers. Battle has shown flashes of top-level play at his position, but is it enough for a team to put forward a pick within the first few rounds?That's the big question of the day.Players are eligible for the supplemental draft if drafft were darft eligible for the regular NFL Draft for whatever reason.

Usually, players go this route supplemebtal academic or disciplinary reasons. In Battle's case, he claims things changed in his personal life that resulted in him needing to turn pro sooner rather than later.

FormatThe order of draft priority for the supplemental draft is essentially determined by record, but there's actually a bit of a lottery system at play behind the scenes. All 32 teams are placed into three tiers, the first of which includes teams with six or fewer wins. The team with the worst record gets the best chance at earning top priority within that group.

The second tier consists of the ddaft of the non-playoff teams and uses the same weighted system.The final group consists of the 12 playoff teams from last season, and also follows the same weighted system as the previous two tiers. Teams submit a list drraft players they are interested in, and which round of the draft they'd like to select that player in, with the players ultimately going to the team that submits the highest bid.

When a team is awarded a player, they then forfeit the corresponding pick for that round in the following year's actual NFL Draft. The last player taken in the supplemental draft was Josh Gordon in 2012, and the Cleveland Browns lost a second-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft for selecting Gordon in the second round of that year's supplemental draft. Eligible PlayersOT Isaiah Battle, ClemsonDE Darrius Caldwell, West GeorgiaDT Dalvon Stuckey, West GeorgiaDE Eric Eiland, HoustonTE Sean McQuillan, UConnDB Kevin Short, KansasWR Adrian Wilkins, North Carolina Central ScheduleThere is no event held around the supplemental draft, as it happens behind closed doors.

Any one of the seven players actually getting selected this year isn't a given by any means, with Battle being the most likely by far. If any player is selected, the NFL will provide a release with the news. The supplemental draft does have an official start time of 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, however, so look for news around that time. More From SBNation.com� The Patriots supplmental unstoppable no matter who their quarterback is� Julian Edelman is Pats� backup QB. Bill Belichick is brilliant & weird� What�s next for Adrian Peterson and the Vikings?� Nobody�s talking about how good the Giants defense is� 'Tom Brady is a system QB takes will keep the internet warm � Terms of Use� Privacy Policy� Communications Preferences� Contact� Have a News Tip?� Community Guidelines� Masthead� Browse Blogs� About SBN� Company Blog� Blog Openings� Guiding Principles � CBS Sports Home�Fantasy�NFL�MLB�NCAA FB�NBA�Golf�NHL�NCAA BB�Soccer�MMA�Tennis�Boxing�Olympics�High School�CBS Local Sites�Horse Racing�NASCAR�Arena Football�Bowling�Tickets�Home�Scores�Standings�Schedule�Fantasy�Teams�Stats�Expert Picks�Odds�Prisco's Picks�Injuries�Transactions�Players�Power Rankings�NFL Draft�Super Bowl�PFB Rundown�Tickets��Home�Scores�Standings�Schedule�Fantasy�Teams�Stats�Expert Picks�Odds�Prisco's Picks�Injuries�Transactions�Players�Power Rankings�NFL Draft�Super Bowl�PFB Rundown�Tickets NFLDraftScout.com Examining the 7 players eligible for 2015 Supplemental Draft July 9 NFL teams looking for help will get one more opportunity with seven players officially granted eligibility by the league for this year's Supplemental Draft, scheduled for next Thursday, July 9.

Former Clemson left tackle Isaiah Battle is the only surefire pick playera a few of the others could draw interest, as well.�byRob Rang�The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com� Jul 02, 2015� 4 min read� Isaiah Battle started 11 games at left tackle for Clemson in 2014. (Getty Images)The NFL announced today the names of seven players granted special eligibility for this summer's Supplemental Draft, scheduled for next Thursday, July 9.Alphabetically, the players are Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, West Georgia edge rusher Darrius Caldwell, Houston defensive end Eric Eiland, Connecticut tight end Sean McQuillan, Kansas defensive back Kevin Short, West Georgia defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey and North Carolina Central wideout and returner Adrian Wilkins.Of the seven, only Battle is viewed as a surefire selection.He'd be the first player selected in the Supplemental Draft since the Cleveland Browns invested a second round pick in wide receiver Josh Gordon.The 6-foot-7, 290 pound left tackle was characterized by one high-ranking scout as a "raw but obvious talent" and could earn interest as high as the middle rounds.Battle played in 27 games for the Tigers over the past three seasons, starting 11 of 12 games a year ago and 16 contests, overall. Before investing a draft pick, teams will, of course, want to investigate Battle closely.

In a statement on Clemson's official athletic website Battle cited family obligations as a reason for his pursuing the NFL early. Battle has also failed several drug tests at Clemson, NFLDraftScout.com has learned.Physically speaking, however, Supplemeental combination of height, arm length and easy mobility will certainly intrigue the NFL.

He is still pretty raw, showing only average functional strength at this time playyers too often bending at the waist rather than at the knees, which leaves him vulnerable to the bull rush and counters back to the inside. His size and athleticism, however, could make him a match for a dratt team.

Given the season-ending ACL tear suffered this spring by left tackle Ryan Clady, the Denver Broncos could be interested. The Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans and Seattle Seahawks are also thought to be potentially interested.Caldwell could also draw late interest.The 6-foot-5, 238 pounder dominated the Gulf South Conference last season - his first at that level - to the tune of 18.5 tackles for loss and 12 sacks after initially signing with Illinois out of high school, where he recorded 17 tackles, including five for loss and 2.5 sacks in 2012 after redshirting a year earlier.Academic issues forced him out of the Big Ten in 2013, however, and Caldwell landed at Pearl City Community College, where despite only posting 12 tackles and four tackles for loss, he earned an offer from Arizona State and was hyped as a possible replacement at Devil-backer for Carl Bradford, a 2014 fourth round pick of the Green Bay Packers.

Academics once again pushed Caldwell out, however, and he ultimately wound up at West Georgia, where he recorded 69 total tackles and led the conference in sacks.Caldwell's former teammate, Stuckey, offers intriguing size at 6-foot-4, 300 pounds and flashed playmaking ability last year, recording 40 tackles, including nine tackles for loss, four sacks and three forced fumbles.The spplemental worked out for representatives of 14 teams at a Pro Day at West Georgia sjpplemental Thursday.

According to Aaron Wilson, those clubs were the Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins, New York Suppldmental, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Drsft Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans and Washington.Eiland started 18 games at defensive end the past two years at Houston but at 6-foot-2, 225 pounds, he projects better as an outside linebacker in the NFL.

Eiland will turn 27 in September as he spent four years pursuing baseball after being drafted in the second round by the Toronto Blue Jays in 2007. Last year Eiland recorded 44 tackles, including 3.5 for loss and half a sack for the Cougars.McQuillan started 19 games over his collegiate career, hauling in 41 passes for 354 yards and two scores during that time. The tape shows that McQuillan has soft hands but only average athleticism and size (listed at 6-foot-3, 247 pounds). Short signed with Kansas as a highly touted JUCO prospect but was unable to qualify academically and left the team last fall.

Listed at 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, Short supplementwl the Fort Scott Community College record with 10 interceptions recorded over two seasons, two of which he returned for touchdowns.Size may keep the 5-foot-8, 175 pound Wilkins from being drafted but he's the most dynamic athlete of the bunch. Wilkins led the Eagles in receptions each of the past two seasons, combining for 87 catches for 967 yards and five scores during that time.

Teams looking for help at returner will be intrigued by Wilkins, who scored five touchdowns on returns (three on kicks, two on punts) in 2013.The Supplemental Draft is very different than the traditional draft held each spring. Supplementaal the televised spring draft typically held in late April to early May, the Supplemental is carried out via e-mail among teams and there is a limited number of 2015 supplemental draft players available.

In fact, in the 38-year history of the Supplemental Draft, there have been only 42 players selected, with Gordon, quarterback Bernie Kosar (Cleveland, 1985), wide receiver Cris Carter (Philadelphia, 1987) and linebacker Brian Bosworth (Seattle, 1987) the most recognizable names.Any team that uses a supplemental draft pick would then lose the corresponding selection in the next year's draft.

The selection order will be determined shortly before the draft and has not historically been released to the public. � 2004-2016 CBS Interactive. All Rights Reserved.CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. Commissioner.com is a registered trademark of CBS Interactive Inc.Images by Getty Images and US Presswire



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