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From NFL.comÂ

Training camps are just around the corner, but teams still have a chance to add fresh talent to their roster on July 13. That’s when the annual supplemental draft takes place and this year’s draft has seven entrants.Â

Of the seven, Virginia linebacker Ahmad Brooks, Iowa State defensive end Jason Berryman, junior college linebacker David Dixon and Texas fullback Ahmad Hall were already on the radar.  But now they have been joined by:Â

  • Marco Martin, DT, Texas: Martin was highly recruited out of high school but had a hard time getting on the field at Texas.Â

  • Craig Berry, OL, Connecticut: Berry was a starter for UConn for much of the past two seasons.Â

  • Richard Washington, RB/WR, N.C. State: Washington caught 29 passes for 348 yards for the Wolfpack as a junior in 2004 but was dismissed from the team before his senior season. He worked out for scouts in early July and was measured at 5-foot-10 7/8 and 164 pounds. He ran outdoors on grass in good conditions but there was a light rain. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.66 and 4.76. He also had a 1.55 and 1.59 in the 10-yard dash, 2.75 and 2.72 in the 20-yard dash, 29-inch vertical jump, 8-foot-6 long jump, 4.50 short shuttle, 12.77 long shuttle and 7.23 three-cone drill.
  • Ahmad Brooks, LB, Virginia: A national defensive player of the year coming out of high school, Brooks had an outstanding 2004 season for the Cavaliers in 2004, but got hurt last year.Â

  • Jason Berryman, DE, Iowa State: At about 240 pounds, he’s probably a linebacker in a 3-4 scheme.Â

  • David Dixon, LB: Dixon is from Galveston, Texas, and last played at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas in 2004.Â

  • Ahmad Hall, FB, Texas: Hall served in the Marines and wasn’t eligible for the regular draft. He worked out at Texas’ Pro Day on March 22 and was measured at 5-10¾, 232 pounds. He ran his 40s in 4.53 and 4.55 and also had a 35-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-9 long jump, 4.20 short shuttle, 7.21 three-cone drill and 24 bench presses.Â

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