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Terrelle Pryor's inclusion in Monday's supplemental draft has given the NFL's lesser-known, secondary draft more publicity than it's received in years. So why did no one care about the supplemental draft before?
Well, for starters, few college players participate, and there's hardly been a grab bag of talent to be had when the draft commences, usually in July. Most of the players available are declared academically ineligible at their schools, suspended for one reason or another (as is the case with Pryor), or just flat-out missed the deadline to declare for April's draft.
Still, despite the dearth of talent, some pretty notable players have gone on to have nice careers after being taken in the NFL draft's baby brother. Here's a look back at some.
Cynthia Frelund's Week 12 fantasy projections
My projections are based on historical trends, personnel, matchups and probable game scripts. Yes, it could be considered overkill to use 10 full years of past, actual, and comparable data to forecast each week, but why wouldn't you want to at least try to be as accurate as possible? I know I can't find a reason not to.