According to Pauline, Simms is expected to work out for NFL teams in early July.
Tony Pauline, citing multiple sources, reports that West Virginia WR Marcus Simms is “very likely” to enter this year’s supplemental draft. In fact, Pauline says there’s a “99 percent” chance of him doing so.
According to Pauline, Simms received a sixth-round grade by NFL scouts, but has a “lot of character issues.”
Pauline is hearing a few other names being mentioned as possible entries into next month’s Supplemental draft.
There were two players selected in the 2018 Supplemental draft with the pool consisting of five total players.
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.