2023 NFL supplemental draft: The NFL’s supplemental draft was held on Tuesday for the first time since 2019. NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero said no players were chosen this year.
Malachi Wideman, a wide receiver who used to play for Jackson State, and Milton Wright, a wide receiver who used to play for Purdue, were the two talents who could be picked.
Any team that determined a player in the extra draft would have to give up the pick that would have been made in the NFL Draft in 2024. Wideman and Wright are now free agents, which means they can sign with any team.
Wideman’s agent told Pelissero that Wideman is setting up workouts with NFL teams for later in July when training camps start. Pelissero says that the CFL and XFL are also interested in the wideout.
Wideman was one of the Tigers’ best players in 2021. He caught 34 passes for 540 yards and 12 scores, making him a star. But in 2022, he only played in six games three catches for 49 yards and a touchdown.
Wideman started his college career at Tennessee in 2020. In six games, he caught one pass for 24 yards. After that, he moved to Jackson State.
Wideman started his journey in Tennessee but then moved to Jackson State. In his first season with the Tigers in 2021, the 6’5″, 190-pound wide receiver made an instant impact.
He tied for the SWAC lead with 12 receiving touchdowns and added 34 catches for 540 yards. But in 2022, he had a dull season where he grabbed only three passes for 49 yards and one touchdown.
Wright missed the 2022 season because Purdue said he wasn’t smart enough to play. The last time the 6’3″, 195-pound speedster was on the field, in 2021, he had 57 catches for 732 yards and seven scores.
Any team that used a supplemental draft pick would have had to give up that pick during the regular NFL draft in 2024. For example, when the Arizona Cardinals used a fifth-round pick on back Jalen Thompson in 2019, they lost a fifth-round pick in 2020.
Cris Carter, who is in the Hall of Fame, and Josh Gordon, a star for the Cleveland Browns, are two of the most well-known extra draft picks.
The 25 best NFL draft prospects for 2024
The NFL draft 2024 is only 11 months away, so it’s time to prepare.
Even though the college and pro seasons have yet to start, it’s never too early to start thinking about next year’s beginning class.
This year, quarterbacks will be talked about even more than usual. Caleb Williams of USC and Drake Maye of North Carolina are called “can’t-miss” picks. Many people think Williams is the best talent since Andrew Luck came out of Stanford in the 2012 draft. Yes, Joe Burrow and Trevor Lawrence have been the first pick since then.
So, who should you watch closely when fall comes? Here is our list of the top 25 players who can be drafted in 2024.
- Caleb Williams
- Drake Maye
- Marvin Harrison Jr.
- Dallas Turner
- Joe Alt
- Maason Smith
- Emeka Egbuka
- Chop Robinson
- Jared Verse
- Jer’Zhan Newton
- Bralen Trice
- Michael Penix Jr.
- Xavier Worthy
- JC Latham
- Leonard Taylor III
- Olumuyiwa Fashanu
- J.T. Tuimoloau
- Brock Bowers
- Cooper DeJean
- Kingsley Suamataia
- Jeremiah Trotter Jr.
- Cooper Beebe
- Rome Odunze
- Kalen King
- Kool-Aid McKinstry
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