In recent years supplemental draft players have a horrible record... which makes me automatically drop everyone down 2 round grades on all of them... and I probably wouldn't use a top 3 round pick on anyone.
Though I have to admit, all the amazing things they're writing about CB Sam Beal, has me thinking about 3rd round... but the Packers already have Williams, House, King, Alexander and Jackson. So unless they Packers feel comfortable keep 7 CBs and/or releasing House, there isn't really enough room for another high drafted CB.
Seems like everyone agrees about the order of the talented of the guys. Usually the bottom guys don't get drafted and the middle guys are normally iffy too.
CB Sam Beal
CB Adonis Alexander
S Brandon Bryant
LB Bright Ugwoegbu
RB Marty Carter
A little about them.
CB Beal: It sounds like people expect him to be a starter in a few years.
CB Alexander: He lacks the pure athletic skills with speed and quickness, but he's big, physical, talents and excelled in press bump and run coverage in college, but the question is if he's athletic enough for the NFL.
S Bryant: He's a very very good athlete, though some have questioned his ball skills and think he might be a better athlete than football player. So he might be a SS only and doesn't have great size.
LB Ugwoegbu: Weighting only 205 lbs and and running a slow 40 means he's probably not getting drafted.
RB Carter: Some think there is a little potential for a 3rd down back. But he might not have the upside needed and RBs have been easier to get.