At least three of the players participating in next week's NFL Supplemental Draft will be holding pro days prior to the draft, according to NFL reporter Adam Caplan.
RB Ed Wesley (TCU), WR Josh Gordon (Baylor) and CB Quaylon Ewing (Boise St.) are all expected to have pro day workouts earlier next week.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) July 5, 2012
Wesley and Gordon are the two players who have the best chance of being selected in the Supplemental Draft. Wesley left TCU for family reasons in May and was productive in his three seasons with the Horned Frogs. Gordon put up impressive numbers as a sophomore, but did not play last year because of a suspension. His sophomore stats and his size at 6'4", 225 pounds make him an attractive prospect, and he could increase his chances of being selected significantly with a great performance at his pro day.