NFL's supplemental draft scheduled for July 9

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Clemson lineman Isaiah Battle could be first player selected in the supplemental draft since 2012.

The supplemental draft has been set for July 9, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports, and all four players who publicly have said they will be in the draft have set their pro days.

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Rapoport reports that West Georgia defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey and defensive end Darrius Caldwell will have their pro days Thursday on West Georgia's campus, in Carrollton, with 20 NFL teams slated to attend. Meanwhile, North Carolina Central wide receiver Adrian Wilkins will hold his pro day July 8 on campus, in Durham.

Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, who is the best prospect available in the supplemental draft, scheduled a pro day for July 7 at Clemson, per Rapoport. Battle is the only FBS prospect who has declared; North Carolina Central is a FCS school and West Georgia is a Division II program.

Stuckey was a touted recruit out of high school and in junior college, but he was overshadowed on West Georgia's defensive line last season by Caldwell as well as teammate Tory Slater, a senior who was signed by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent.

The last time a player was selected in the supplemental draft was 2012, when the Browns used a second-round draft choice on receiver Josh Gordon.

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