Four of the five prospects available to be selected in the 2019 Supplemental Draft went undrafted on Wednesday including:
- West Virginia WR Marcus Simms
- Syracuse LB Shyheim Cullen
- Northland Community College TE Devonaire Clarington
- St. Francis DB Bryant Perry.
These players are now eligible to sign with an NFL team of their choosing as undrafted free agents.
Simms, 6-0, 194lb, has played three seasons at West Virginia. He has totaled 87 receptions for 1,457 yards receiving and eight touchdowns to go along with four rushing yards on two carries over the course of 26 games.
As a returner, Simms has totaled 992 kick return yards and 157 punt return yards and no touchdowns.
Cullen was suspended for the spring semester by Syracuse due to academic issues.
During his college career at Syracuse, Cullen recorded 43 tackles, a sack, two fumble recoveries and two pass defenses over the course of 22 games.
Clarington is a former four-star recruit out of high school with schools like LSU and Alabama competing for his services before he initially signed with Texas in 2015.
However, Clarington never suited up for the Longhorns after academic eligibility issues caused the school to withdraw its offer.
Clarington moved on to Blinn Junior College before ending up at Northland Community College in Minnesota for the 2018 season. He caught five passes for 62 yards and a touchdown in the state championship game last November.
Perry began his college career at Mesabi Range College in Virginia. He recorded 55 tackles, six pass breakups, 1.5 tackles for loss, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and an interception before transferring to St. Francis.
In 2018, Perry appeared in nine games and made seven starts at defensive back. He totaled 24 tackles and three pass defenses.