The 2019 NFL Supplemental Draft produced just one draft pick on Wednesday with safety Jalen Thompson going to the Arizona Cardinals.
Per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the Cardinals selected the former Washington State star in the fifth round.
There were a total of five players eligible to be selected, with Thompson cited as the most-likely to find a home in the NFL. The former Cougars star declared for the supplemental draft in June after being ruled ineligible for 2019 due to an NCAA rules violation.
Wide receiver Marcus Simms (West Virginia), linebacker Shyheim Cullen (Syracuse), tight end Devonaire Clarington (Northland Community College) and defensive back Bryant Perry (Saint Francis) were the other draft-eligible players who will now become free agents.