clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Michael McAdoo, two FCS players also eligible for supplemental draft

New, comments

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo is eligible for the supplemental draft.

McAdoo, a 6-foot-6, 248-pounds specimen, was blocked behind a talented group of defenders at North Carolina. In 2009, he was backup to Robert Quinn, an eventual first-round pick. McAdoo was among the many UNC players suspended for the 2010 season.

In two seasons with North Carolina, McAdoo had 29 tackles, 10 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. While he never started a game for the Tar Heels, he showed flashes of incredible pass rush ability. In 2010, McAdoo was named MVP of the UNC spring game when he had four sacks and an interception.

 

McAdoo joins Georgia running back Caleb King and Northern Illinois safety Tracy Wilson among the Football Bowl Subdivision players in the supplemental draft. Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor still hasn't been declared eligible and has postponed a private workout that was scheduled for Friday.

Chad Reuter of NFL Draft Scout/CBS Sports reports that the NFL has been notified of two Football Bowl Subdivision who are eligible. Western Carolina cornerback Torez Jones and Lindenwood defensive end Keenan Mace are also in the draft. Read Reuter's story here for more information on the two FBS players.