The NFL has not yet scheduled its annual Supplemental Draft, reserved for players who either missed the deadline for the regular NFL Draft or have had circumstances affecting their eligibility for the upcoming season.
The Supplemental Draft featured a lone draftee last season, Terrel Pryor, but no such selection process has been scheduled for this summer, according to Dane Brugler, who spoke with league officials on the matter.
Brugler could not confirm whether any players have applied for the Supplemental Draft. Among rumored prospects are Georgia senior safety Bacarri Rambo, Kansas State senior tackle Manase Foketi and Boston College senior running back Montel Harris, who recently transfered to Temple.
None of the above prospects has officially threw their name in for Supplemental Draft consideration. Rambo's rumored interest stems from a four game suspension due to a weed-related incident. Foketi, meanwhile, has a desire to finish his college career closer to home, but has been denied his request of a transfer from K-State, which may leave him no other option for the 2012 season. Harris transferred to Temple after he was dismissed from BC's football team for a repeated violation of team rules.