Isaiah Battle of Clemson became the first player selected in the NFL Supplemental Draft since 2012, when the St. Louis Rams selected the offensive tackle in the fifth round.
Receiver Josh Gordon was the last player selected in the special draft with a second-round pick by the Cleveland Browns.
The supplemental draft uses a bidding-style format with teams submitting the names of players and which round of the draft they'd draft them into the league. The pick then goes to the highest bidder, which then gives up the corresponding pick in the next draft.
Battle, a 6-foot-6, 312-pound lineman, appeared in 27 games with 15 career starts for the Tigers over three...