The NFL Supplemental Draft picked up its second eligible name Thursday: DE Michael McAdoo of the North Carolina Tar Heels, Adam Schefter reported. McAdoo joins Georgia Bulldogs RB Caleb King. He does not join Ohio St. Buckeyes QB Terrelle Pryor, who has not yet been added, but still could be.
McAdoo's name was last in the news when he sued the NCAA for the right to keep playing college football after that swirling investigation into UNC's academics and so forth rendered him permanently ineligible. He did not achieve his goal, and thus his move to the supplemental draft isn't a surprise at all.
The MVP of UNC's 2010 spring game, McAdoo has 6-foot-6, 250-pound size and played his way into Carolina's stacked defensive line rotation. NFL teams showed during this year's draft that they're not shy about picking up players who were involved in the great Carolina scandal, so McAdoo should be the player most likely to be selected, if Pryor isn't ruled eligible.