It's official: the 2011 Supplemental Draft will be held in July. In the wake of Tressel's resignation and the 5 game suspension of players - notably Terrelle Pryor - the usually lackluster NFL Supplemental Draft may actually generate widespread media attention. Meanwhile, in the background, players like, Notre Dame WR, Michael Floyd and, Florida CB, Janoris Jenkins are are likely prospects to enter the Supplemental Draft in the wake of their own off-the-field issues. QB - Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State): 3rd-4th round RB - Daniel Herron (Ohio State): 3rd-4th round WR - DeVier Posey (Ohio State): 3rd-4th round WR - Michael Floyd (Notre Dame): 2nd round OT - Mike Adams (Ohio State): 1st - 2nd round CB - Janoris Jenkins (Florida): 2nd-3rd round Not that the Patriots have every been a key player in the Supplemental Draft, but if they were to get involved, the cost would come as low as a 5th round pick - since they traded their 6th and both 7th round picks in 2012. Not that they should, given these players have a propensity for issues - especially Mike Adams, Janoris Jenkins and Michael Floyd. The real question is, will the 2011 Supplemental Draft create a large enough ripple effect to impact the Patriots 2012 draft?