The Redskins selected Jeremy Jarmon, defensive end out of Kentucky, with a third round pick in today’s NFL Supplemental Draft.
The supplemental draft isn’t like the actual NFL Draft. There’s no pageantry or public drama; it’s actually conducted via email. You can read a more detailed description of the process here, but the short version is this: the Redskins used their 2010 third-round pick today.
The good news from a football standpoint is that the guy can do this:
Jarmon stands 6-foot-3, 279 pounds, and was widely regarded as the best defensive player on his college team. He ran his 40-yard dash in around 4.8 seconds a week ago, with Redskins executive vice president of football operations Vinny Cerrato in attendance. Here’s Cerrato, as quoted in the Boston Herald:
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