The 2013 NFL Supplemental Draft wins the award for being the most uneventful sporting event of the year. The draft quickly started and ended with all six available players being passed up on by all 32 NFL teams. Randall Liu, the NFL's Director of NFC Football Communications, announced the news via twitter.
The players eligible for the supplemental draft are now undrafted NFL free agents. They include Purdue WR O.J. Ross, Houston WR DeWayne Peace, UNLV DE James Boyd, UNLV DT Nate Holloway, UCF DE Toby Jackson and South Alabama CB Damond Smith.
It should come as no surprise that all six eligible players were passed up on in the draft. However, they all still have a good chance of being signed as free agents.