The NFL’s Supplemental Draft on Wednesday concluded with only one player drafted. After the Cardinals chose Washington State’s Jalen Thompson in the fifth round, no other players were taken in the remaining two rounds.
The players who were not selected in the supplemental draft are now free to sign with any club. Those players are:
- TE Devonaire Clarington (JUCO)
- LB Shyheim Cullen (Syracuse)
- DB Bryant Perry (University of St. Francis IL)
- WR Marcus Simms (West Virginia)
After Thompson, Simms was widely regarded as the best player in this year’s supplemental draft. The 6’0″ receiver averaged 16.7 yards per catch during his time with the Mountaineers and seems likely to land on a team’s 90-man roster.
Clarington, a one-time University of Texas commit, has also shown some impressive athleticism and potential at the JUCO level. He may also find work in the NFL, but he’s a raw prospect, even by supplemental draft standards.