Former Baylor receiver Josh Gordon, widely regarded as the top prospect in this year’s supplemental draft, will be available on Tuesday, July 10, for a Pro Day workout.
Though the event originally was scheduled to be conducted at Rice University, multiple reports indicate that a chance of rain could move the workout to the Texans’ indoor facility.
Gordon’s workout comes one day after former TCU running back Ed Wesley was scheduled to conduct a Pro Day workout at the Horned Frogs’ campus.
Also available during Thursday’s supplemental draft are Boise State cornerback Quaylon Ewing, Syracuse fullback Adam Harris, Carson-Newman linebacker Larry Lumpkin, Georgia defensive end/linebacker Montez Robinson, and McMurray receiver Houston Tuminello.
As Silva pointed out on Sunday, at least one NFC team has applied a third-round grade to Gordon.
Any team that uses a supplemental draft pick forfeits the corresponding selection in the April 2013 draft. In one of the few remaining non-televised NFL events, teams indicate before each round whether they want to use a pick on a given player. Priority is determined via a weighted lottery based on the 2012 draft order.