The 2013 NFL Supplemental Draft will be held today as teams get one last chance to add rookie talent to their rosters before the start of training camps. In this year’s supplemental draft, there are six eligible players for the NFL teams to consider.
Any team that uses a pick today will be forced to forfeit their corresponding pick in the 2014 draft.
While there are no players quite as talented as Baylor’s Josh Gordon a year ago, there are a few intriguing options along the defensive line and at skill positions. Who are the eligible players for today’s draft?
- James Boyd, DE, UNLV
- Nate Holloway, DT, UNLV
- Toby Jackson, DE, Central Florida
- DeWayne Peace, WR, Houston
- O.J. Ross, WR, Purdue
- Damond Smith, DB, South Alabama
All of these players come in to the supplemental draft with character concerns after recently being ruled ineligible by their schools, but for players like O.J. Ross and DeWayne Peace the talent may be worth a late-round flier.
The supplemental draft kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET.
Here is the complete draft order for today’s supplemental draft (all seven rounds follow the same order):
|1||Kansas City Chiefs|
|9||New York Jets|
|11||San Diego Chargers|
|13||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|15||New Orleans Saints|
|16||St. Louis Rams|
|19||New York Giants|
|26||Green Bay Packers|
|29||New England Patriots|
|31||San Francisco 49ers|