The 2015 Supplemental Draft was held today at 1pm EST, and we had our first player drafted since the Browns used a second-round pick on Josh Gordon back in 2012.
The Rams elected to part ways with their 2016 fifth-round pick and select Clemson OT Isaiah Battle. St. Louis has placed a large emphasis on building their offensive line in recent years, as this happens to be fifth offensive lineman they used a draft pick this year.
In total, there were seven eligible players to be drafted Thursday, but the other six players will now become free agents.
Here’s a look at the rest of the prospects teams will be able to sign to contracts in the coming days:
UConn TE Sean McQuillan:
14 NFL teams have reportedly inquired about McQuillan in past few days with the Raiders, Dolphins and Lions attending his Pro Day workout.
McQuillan finished the 2014 season at UConn with 16 receptions for 158 yards receiving and a touchdown.
Kansas DB Kevin Short:
Short decided to leave the Kansas team for personal reasons in September of last year. He was a juco transfer who missed his junior in order to improve his academics.
West Georgia DT Dalvon Stuckey:
Stuckey originally attended Pearl River Community College where he had 85 tackles, 23 for losses and eight sacks as a freshman before transferring to West Georgia.
In 2014, Stuckey recorded 40 tackles, 9.5 tackles for a loss, and four sacks for West Georgia.
West Georgia DE Darrius Caldwell:
During Wilkens’ final season after NCCU, he caught 89 passes for 540 yards receiving and three touchdowns. He also contributed as a kick returner totaling 1,783 return yards to go along with six touchdowns.
North Carolina Central WR Adrian Wilkins:
In 2014, Caldwell appeared in 15 games for West Georgia and recorded 69 tackles, 18.5 tackles for loss, and 12 sacks. He was named First Team All-Gulf South Conference and Named Second-Team All Super Region 2 by Daktronics.
Houston DE Eric Eiland:
During his senior season at Houston, Eiland recorded 44 total tackles, 16 tackles for a loss, seven sacks, five quarterback hurries and an interception.