The NFL Supplemental Draft has been hit or miss in its history, with more miss than hit in recent years. The 2012 crop is not the most impressive, but one player is standing out amongst the rest.
Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon, who entered the Supplemental Draft for financial reasons, won't get past the third round, according to Evan Silva. Silva says that an NFC East team will take him if he is there.
Gordon is a player many have come to the support of in the last week. He is physically talented, but it's his willingness to play a physical game that has scouts raving. Russ Lande even went as far to say that Gordon has "star potential."
Using a third round pick in the Supplemental Draft is a huge risk, but we saw it last year when Oakland used a third rounder to add Terrelle Pryor.
Would you spend a third rounder on Gordon?