First thought to be in, now Terrelle Pryor is again ineligible for this year's supplemental draft.
According to ESPN's John Clayton, the former Ohio State quarterback is ineligible because Ohio State didn't formally rule against him. For Pryor to be eligible for the supplemental draft, "unforeseen circumstances" have to take place.
There was some confusion earlier in the week when Pryor's lawyer received word from OSU that the quarterback would be found ineligible. Although Clayton didn't clarify it on Twitter, it's likely OSU changed its mind.
Many are assuming that since Pryor isn't in the supplemental draft, one won't take place. However, Georgia running back Caleb King entered the supplemental draft earlier this month.
Rob Rang of NFL Draft Scout/CBS Sports suggests that former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo may also enter the supplemental draft. McAdoo was Robert Quinn's backup but showed flashes in limited opportunities. He was kicked of the Tar Heels football team due to academic issues.