New York Giants (Round 3): Sam Beal, CB, Western Michigan A+ Grade
The Giants were rewarded the second pick in each round of the supplemental draft, so they had the ability to select Sam Beal in the third frame before everyone else, save for the Raiders. Oakland was the only team that could have chosen Beal ahead of New York, so one has to wonder if Jon Gruden was tanning on some beach and not really paying attention because the Raiders really could have used Beal.
New York was able to greatly benefit from Oakland's incompetence. Beal is a terrific talent, and it could be argued that he would have been a late first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Being able to nab him in the third round is an absolute steal, and the Giants deserve an A+ grade as a result. With Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Ross Cockrell gone, New York had a big need at corner, which Beal should be able to fill. He'll be off to a slow start after missing OTAs, but it wouldn't surprise me if he found his way into the starting lineup by the middle of the season.
You can find a Sam Beal Scouting Report via the link. Beal is a tall, lengthy corner with great ball skills. He might have problems with speedy receivers, but he'll almost certainly boost a Giants secondary that needed an upgrade.
Washington Redskins (Round 6): Adonis Alexander, CB, Virginia Tech B+ Grade
It seemed like many people on Twitter were surprised that Adonis Alexander escaped the fifth round of the supplemental draft without being chosen, but that may have been too early for him. Alexander not only tested poorly prior to pre-draft workouts, but he came with some off-the-field concerns. Alexander is probably a third-round talent, so it makes sense that he would be pushed down to the sixth frame of a supplemental draft because of character issues.
Still, Alexander is well worth a sixth-round flier. The Redskins lost cornerback Kendall Fuller in the Alex Smith trade this offseason, so a replacement was needed. It'll also help that Redskins cornerbacks coach Torrian Gray coached Alexander at Virginia Tech, so even though Alexander will have missed OTAs, he could adjust quickly because of his familiarity with Gray.
You can find a Adonis Alexander Scouting Report via the link. Alexander is a tall, lengthy cornerback with solid ball skills, but he happens to be pretty stiff. The character concerns are also an issue, but he'll be a nice addition if he can stay clean. The Redskins deserve a B+ for the nice sixth-round gamble.
New York Jets (UDFA): Brandon Bryant, S, Mississippi State B+ Grade
I thought there was a chance that a team would use a seventh-round supplemental pick on Brandon Bryant. The Mississippi State safety ran a 4.45 40 and recorded a 10-3 broad jump during pre-draft workouts, so I thought a franchise or two would be interested enough to surrender a final-round choice for him.
All 32 teams passed on Bryant, but that didn't mean that he didn't have any interest. The Jets picked him up as an undrafted free agent in what seems like a savvy move. Bryant has a chance to make the final 53-man roster as a capable backup safety and core special-teamer. If he doesn't make final cuts, then the Jets haven't lost anything, so why not take a chance on Bryant?