As mentioned on Thursday, the 2015 NFL Supplemental Draft is coming up, and there's a good chance a player will be picked this year. The Detroit Lions may not be inclined to spend a future pick on anybody considering they've sat out every Supplemental Draft since 1982, but it's possible that Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle will be picked by somebody.
Even if nobody is picked, it's important to remember that the players eligible for the Supplemental Draft will then become undrafted free agents. So even if the Lions don't submit a pick, they could still end up with one of the players from the Supplemental Draft. That is likely why they checked out West Georgia's pro day on Thursday:
ARZ, SF, GB, OAK, TEN, NYJ, MIA, WR, DET, SEA, SD, ATL, RAMS, TB attending West Georgia Pro Day— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) July 2, 2015
West Georgia has defensive end Darrius Caldwell and defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey eligible for the Supplemental Draft. It doesn't seem like either player is likely to be taken, but again, that will simply mean that they are eligible to be signed as undrafted free agents instead.
In all, seven players are eligible to be picked in this year's Supplemental Draft.