The 2018 Supplemental Draft was held on Wednesday, July 11, 2018.
The Denver Broncos will be among the many teams active and interested in the 2018 supplemental draft. Tomlinson signed a three-year extension last month. He was declared ineligible for his senior season at Miami.
At least two national experts don't expect the Lions to participate in the draft.
However, there is buzz that some teams may be willing to forfeit as high as a second-round selection for Beal.
Instead of waiting till the end of camp to find out if he would be eligible to play next season, Beal made the decision to enter the Supplemental Draft.
Teams can submit bids for players in a sort of silent auction. There are off-field issues with Alexander (like nearly all Supplemental draft players), as Alexander had issues with academics throughout his college career and a marijuana arrest. Washington's DB coach, Torrian Gray, previously played and coached at Tech - both with current Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster - before jumping to the National Football League coaching ranks. Jones proved a year ago that he has a lot of talent and can take on a featured role in Green Bay's offense.
The Bucs' Supplemental Draft drought is not particularly unusual; the teams in their own division have been just as quiet, for instance. "They were putting so much energy into helping me do good. they got me on the right track because I was definitely heading to destruction".
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NY used a first-round pick on Duke quarterback Dave Brown in 1992 and a fourth-round pick on Northeast Louisiana defensive back Tito Wooten in 1994. The Browns had the fourth pick in each round behind the Raiders, Jets, and Giants.
The Player: Beal is another corner with good size and length, measuring at nearly 6-1 and 178 pounds with over a 72-inch wingspan.
We had pinpointed Alexander as a possible mid-round target for the Panthers but he wound up going to Washington in the sixth round, per Matt Miller at Bleacher Report.
This is nitpicking to some degree, but Beal's hands actually come into question - which is surprising, considering the fact that he's a former wide receiver.
Not the most physical player, Beal is effective enough in rerouting his man with his hands, doing so while maintaining a speed that most cornerbacks simply can not handle.
Through three seasons in Kalamazoo, Beal amassed 92 tackles, 19 passes defended, two interceptions, and one forced fumble. The Colts are looking at 6 selections in the first 4 rounds next April, so it wouldn't be as crippling to make a "high risk, high reward" move on a player like Alexander or Beal. He chose to return to school, but at the start of spring practice he was suspended indefinitely, and later declared for the Supplemental Draft. That determines who picks first through 10th.