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Former Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander Expected To Enter 2018 Supplemental Draft

Update:

Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander said that he decided to enter the 2018 Supplemental Draft after being ruled academically ineligible for 2018.

Tom Pelissero reports that former Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander is expected to enter the 2018 supplemental draft.

According to Pelissero, Alexander has a lot of off-field issues for teams to sort through in the coming weeks, but he also has great size at 6-3, talented and a high upside. Pelissero believes Alexander should get drafted this year.

Virginia Tech recently dismissed Alexander.

Alexander played three seasons at Virginia Tech and recorded 125 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss, one sack, seven interceptions, 17 pass defenses, and a forced fumble over the course of 32 games.

It’s rare for anyone to be selected in a supplemental draft, so it’s notable to hear that Alexander could be selected in this year’s draft.

The last player taken in a supplement draft came back in 2015 when the Rams elected to use a fifth-round pick on OT Isaiah Battle. Before that, the Browns used a second-round pick on WR Josh Gordon back in 2012.

We’ll have more regarding Alexander and the supplemental draft as the news is available.

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