HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, PA - AUGUST 20: Terrelle Pryor throws during his pro day at a practice facility on August 20, 2011 in Hempfield Township, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
The 2011 NFL supplemental draft takes place on Monday and will include six players, most notably former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor.
The 2011 NFL supplemental draft will take place on Monday as 32 NFL teams vie for six available players in the league's "other" draft. The supplemental draft usually takes place in July but with the lockout the schedule was pushed back to Monday, Aug. 22. The draft will take place at 1:00 p.m. (ET).
There are six players available for the draft including QB Terrelle Pryor, Western Carolina DB Torez Jones, Georgia RB Caleb King, Lindenwood DE Keenan Mace, North Carolina DE Mike McAdoo and Northern Illinois DB Tracy Wilson.
The supplemental draft is used for those players whose status has changed after the deadline to apply for the regular draft in April. Usually, this includes players who are ruled academically ineligible for the following year, or are kicked off the team.
The big name in the draft this year is, of course, Pryor. He conducted a pro day over the weekend, the highlight of which was his 4.4 40-yard dash, an impressive number. While he will probably play quarterback at the next level, that's no guarantee.
The other players have a shot at getting picked up in the supplemental draft but none of them will make the headlines that Pryor will. The action goes down on Monday when we'll find out if Pryor will have a shot at the NFL in the 2011 season.