Supplemental Draft Preview: Part 1

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Published: July 14, 2009

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... a final chance to enter the league. The National Football Post will break down every aspect of the supplemental draft this week, starting today with our prospect previews.

Jeremy Jarmon

Jeremy Jarmon: DE, Kentucky (6-3, 278)
The former all-SEC defensive lineman looks to be the most coveted prospect in this year’s supplemental draft. Jarmon, who was considered one of the nation’s top senior defensive ends entering the year, was expected to be in the mix as a potential first-day pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. But after he tested positive for a banned substance, the NCAA ruled him ineligible for 2009.

After having what was said to be an impressive workout for scouts this month, Jarmon could go as early as the third round. Representatives from 18 teams showed up and were not disappointed. He ran his 40 in a time of 4.78 seconds, posted 19 reps on the bench and reached 31 inches on his vertical jump. More important, he was said to be in good shape, ...

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