Teams Find No One Worth Selecting in 2013 NFL Supplemental Draft
By Chris Malumphy
None of the six players eligible for the 2013 NFL Supplemental Draft were selected. The last year no player was selected was in 2008. The players that were overlooked, but now become eligible to be signed as free agents, are defensive tackle Nate Holloway and defensive end James Boyd, both from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas; defensive end Toby Jackson, Central Florida; wide receiver Dewayne Peace, Houston; wide receiver O.J. Ross, Purdue; and defensive back Damond Smith, South Alabama. For a historical list of supplemental draft picks click here.