No players selected in 2013 NFL Supplemental Draft
The six eligible prospects include: James Boyd (DE, UNLV), Nate Holloway (DT, UNLV), Tony Jackson (DE, UCF), Dewayne Peace (WR, Houston), O.J. Ross (WR, Purdue), and Damond Smith (DB, South Alabama).
Most of the prospects come with some baggage, and none are exceptionally talented, so it is unsurprising that no NFL team wanted to risk a pick in next year's draft for any of these players.
This is the first Supplemental Draft since 2008 that no player has been selected. The supplemental picks since then have included Josh Gordon (CLE), Terrelle Pryor (OAK), Josh Brent (DAL), Harvey Unga (CHI), and Jeremy Jarmon (WAS).
The Supplemental Draft has a poor track record of churning out talent, so the absence of a supplemental pick in 2013 is by no means a big deal. I will say, however, that last year's supplemental pick Josh Gordon looks to be a very promising young receiver in Cleveland.
The players passed over in the 2013 Supplemental Draft will likely get some looks as free agents and try to earn roster spots with teams over the summer.