WSU SS 4th player to enter supp draft

By | June 29, 2019

WSU SS 4th player to enter supp draft … Washington State SS Jalen Thompson, one of the top prospects at the position for the 2020 draft, will reportedly enter next month’s supplemental draft after having been declared ineligible for the upcoming season due to a violation of NCAA rules. Thompson lost his final year of eligibility apparently after purchasing an over-the-counter supplement that violated college rules, although Thompson claims it was not a steroid. Thompson is the 4th player to announce that they will be entering this summer’s draft which will be held July 10th. Unlike the other three who are more fringe candidates, Thompson is a legit NFL prospect with a chance to be selected as early as the 3rd round. The 5-11, 195-pound Thompson started all 39 games in his WSU career during which he rang up 191 total tackles with 6 interceptions.