Saint Francis DB Bryant Perry enters supplemental draft

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Saint Francis defensive back Bryant Perry has entered the NFL’s supplemental draft, Howard Balzer reports.

Perry will work out for scouts at Simeon Career Center in Chicago on July 8.

Perry played two seasons at Mesabi Range College in Minnesota, where he made 55 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, a forced fumble, an interception and six pass breakups in 13 games.

He had 24 tackles and three pass breakups last season in seven games at Saint Francis.

The supplemental draft is July 10.

Former West Virginia receiver Marcus Simms worked out for scouts Monday. Former Washington State safety Jalen Thompson, former Syracuse linebacker Shyheim Cullen and former junior college tight end Devonaire Clarington also have entered their names in the supplemental draft.

5 responses to “Saint Francis DB Bryant Perry enters supplemental draft

  1. Once just once in my lifetime i’d love to see a top QB come out in the supplemental draft like Bernie Kosar and Steve Walsh did back in the day, which were before my time. I’d love to see the teams freak out and the feeding frenzy that would ensue.

  2. A high ceiling QB is probably the only position that would have teams burning next years first round pick in the supplemental draft. Most of these guys won’t be drafted and for them this is the only avenue to garner any NFL attention whatsoever.

  3. Saint Francis, huh? Good luck, kid. With the exception of Lorenzo Jerome a few years ago and one guy in the 50’s, the handful of Saint Francis alums to make it to the NFL did so in a WWII depleted league. Only one of them was drafted.

  4. Once saw a kid at St. Francis make a tackle for a loss, get pulled off the field for celebrating the play, and literally quit on the spot.

  5. yamule – This kid is from University of Saint Francis in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. lorenzo Jerome was from Saint Francis University in PA. My kid goes to SFU in PA, so I got to see Jerome play. He was good… Now playing in Canada for Calgary.

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