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NFL Supplemental Draft: History of picks used

A look at all of the picks made in the history of the NFL Supplemental Draft.

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The NFL’s Supplemental Draft is today, with six players eligible for selection. The rules of the Draft include silent bids on a player, with the earliest pick used as a bid winning the rights to the player, and the associated pick from that round surrendered for the next year’s standard Draft. Typically, not a lot of players are selected in the Supplemental Draft, though there are always intriguing players available.

Ahead of this year’s Supplemental Draft, we look back at the players who were selected in the past editions of the mid-summer selection process. The Supplemental Draft has produced eight Pro Bowl players (in italics), including one Hall of Fame player (Cris Carter). The most recent Pro Bowl player was the 2012 selection of Josh Gordon.

2015: Isaiah Battle, offensive tackle, Clemson - St. Louis Rams (5th round)

2012: Josh Gordon, wide receiver, Baylor - Cleveland Browns (2nd round)

2011: Terrelle Pryor, quarterback, Ohio State - Oakland Raiders (3rd round)

2010: Josh Brent, defensive tackle, Illinois - Dallas Cowboys (7th round)

2010: Harvey Unga, running back, BYU - Chicago Bears (7th round)

2009: Jeremy Jarmon, defensive end, Kentucky - Washington Redskins (3rd round)

2007: Jared Gaither, offensive tackle, Maryland - Baltimore Ravens (5th round)

2007: Paul Oliver, safety, Georgia - San Diego Chargers (4th round)

2006: Ahmad Brooks, linebacker, Virginia - Cincinnati Bengals (3rd round)

2005: Manuel Wright, defensive tackle, USC - Miami Dolphins (5th round)

2003: Tony Hollings, running back, Georgia Tech - Houston Texans (2nd round)

2002: Milford Brown, offensive line, Florida State - Houston Texans (6th round)

1999: J’Juan Cherry, defensive back, Arizona State - New England Patriots (4th round)

1998: Jamal Williams, defensive tackle, Oklahoma State - San Diego Chargers (2nd round)

1998: Mike Wahle, offensive tackle, Navy - Green Bay Packers (2nd round)

1995: Darren Benson, defensive tackle, Trinity Valley Community College - Dallas Cowboys (3rd round)

1994: John Davis, tight end, Emporia State - Dallas Cowboys (5th round)

1994: Tito Wooten, defensive back, Northeast Louisiana - New York Giants (4th round)

1992: Darren Mickell, defensive end, Florida - Kansas City Chiefs (2nd round)

1992: Dave Brown, quarterback, Duke - New York Giants (1st round)

1990: Willie Williams, tight end, LSU - Phoenix Cardinals (9th round)

1990: Rob Moore, wide receiver, Syracuse - New York Jets (1st round)

1989: Mike Lowman, running back, Coffeyville Community College - Dallas Cowboys (12th round)

1989: Brett Young, defensive back, Oregon - Buffalo Bills (8th round)

1989: Bobby Humphrey, running back, Alabama - Denver Broncos (1st round)

1989: Timm Rosenbach, quarterback, Washington State - Phoenix Cardinals (1st round)

1989: Steve Walsh, quarterback, Miami - Dallas Cowboys (1st round)

1988: Ryan Bethea, wide receiver, South Carolina - Minnesota Vikings (5th round)

1987: Cris Carter, wide receiver, Ohio State - Philadelphia Eagles (4th round)

1987: Dan Sileo, defensive tackle, Miami - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3rd round)

1987: Brian Bosworth, linebacker, Oklahoma - Seattle Seahawks (1st round)

1986: Charles Crawford, running back, Oklahoma State - Philadelphia Eagles (7th round)

1985: Roosevelt Snipes, running back, Florida State - San Francisco 49ers (8th round)

1985: Bernie Kosar, quarterback, Miami - Cleveland Browns (1st round)

1982: Kevin Robinson, defensive back, North Carolina A&T - Detroit Lions (9th round)

1981: Chy Davidson, wide receiver, Rhode Island - New England Patriots (11th round)

1981: Dave Wilson, quarterback, Illinois - New Orleans Saints (1st round)

1980: Billy Mullins, wide receiver, USC - San Diego Chargers (9th round)

1980: Matthew Teague, defensive end, Prairie View A&M - Atlanta Falcons (7th round)

1979: Rod Stewart, running back, Kentucky - Buffalo Bills (6th round)

1978: Rod Connors, running back, USC - San Francisco 49ers (12th round)

1978: Johnnie Dirden, wide receiver, Sam Houston State - Houston Oilers (10th round)

1977: Al Hunter, running back, Notre Dame - Seattle Seahawks (4th round)