We've talked about the NFL supplemental draft, which is on Thursday, before. It's different from the NFL draft in that teams submit hidden bids on what round they would take one of the available prospects. If theirs is the highest bid, then they win and forfeit a 2010 draft pick for that player.
I could talk to you more about the supplemental draft or you could check out connerman's piece from June 10th - The Mixed Bag of the Supplemental Draft. Definitely a good read and will get you caught up on the supplemental draft and some perspective behind it.
WR Deon Murphy, Kansas State
5'10, 170 pound versatile player who racked up 2,032 all-purpose yards (rush, rec., punt ret.) and 15 touchdowns. He played two years of JUCO before coming to KSU.
DE Jeremy Jarmon, Kentucky
6'3", 277 pound defensive player who entered the supplemental draft for using a banned substance while at Kentucky. Per Bob Gretz, the use of the substance was likely a mistake as plenty of people have vouched for his character. He played in 38 games with 130 tackles and 17.5 sacks at UK.
There are reports out there that 18 teams attended his workout.
LB Blake Boyd, Western Kentucky
Ineligble due to academics. 6'3", 250 pound with 93 tackles and two sacks.
DE McKinner Dixon, Texas Tech
He flunked out of school his freshman year before going to JUCO. His freshman year was still impressive racking up six sacks. He came back to Texas Tech and led the team in tackles and sacks before being suspended indefinitely for academic problems. He recorded 33 tackles, 11 for loss and nine sacks last season.
WR Torris Magee, Southern Miss
Magee played three seasons at Southern Mississippi but only appeared in five games last season. He caught 54 balls and returned 10 punts. He's 6'2", 215 pounds.
G Joe McMahon, Central Michigan
He's leaving early because of academic problems. He's moved around a bit both in school and the offensive line. He started the first give games at right guard last season but finished seven of the final eight at center.
He's leaving school early because of family considerations according to Gretz.
WR Corey Surrency, Florida State
He played two years with a semi-pro indoor team and the NCAA ruled his last two seasons ineligible. He transferred to FSU from El Camino College. He's 6'5", 210 pounds and caught 12 balls for 237 yards and four touchdowns (not a bad catch-to-TD ratio).