As anticipated, the NFL's annual supplemental draft passed without any of the eight prospects being selected. All eight players included in the supplemental draft, which typically encompasses players who have lost their college eligibility, are now free agents and can sign with any team.
It is not unusual for the supplemental draft to produce no picks. In the 28 years that the NFL has held a supplemental draft in the summer, it has provided only a handful of viable prospects for teams.
The players passed over on Tuesday were: Brigham Young free safety James Allen, linebacker Ike Emodi of East Carolina, guard Mataio Toilolo of Montana State, Brigham Young tailback Reynaldo Braithwaite, Virginia Union tailback Larry Graham, wide receiver/tight end Chris Chatman of Midwestern (Texas) State, Jacksonville State defensive end Seante Williams, and linebacker Chad Mascoe of Central Florida.