Purdue’s Ra’Zahn Howard Leads Our 2016 NFL Supplemental Draft Backgrounds and Scouting Reports

The Supplemental Draft is designed for players who have only one year of eligibility remaining at the college level, but are disallowed from playing their final collegiate season, usually due to NCAA or team violations. The 2016 class could see the just the second player drafted in the last 4 years (since Josh Gordon’s 2012 drafting) with Ra’Zahn Howard of Purdue offering defensive...
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July 11, 2016  |  Discuss

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