Sam Beal: Meet the Best Supplemental Draft Prospect Since Josh Gordon

Western Michigan defensive back Sam Beal looks to the sideline in the second quarter of an NCAA college football game against Akron on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016, in Akron, Ohio. Western Michigan won 41-0. (AP Photo/David Dermer)B/R

Sam Beal knows he won’t hear his name called on network television—that’s the curse of being picked on July 11 in the NFL supplemental draft—but he’s determined to make those who passed on him or doubted him remember his name. 

Who is Sam Beal? He’s the best prospect to enter the league’s supplemental draft in a long time. Maybe ever.

Let’s start with how he got here.

Beal was a standout cornerback at Western Michigan after signing as a stud 2-star player on offense and defense out of Ottawa Hills High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan. As a freshman, he played in 12 games before becoming a starter as a sophomore and quickly establishing himself as a ball hawk with eight pass breakups. That 2016 season put Beal on the radar of NFL teams who love the idea of a 6’1″ corner with ball skills.

His 2017 junior season would be his best. He earned All-MAC second-team honors and made his first career interception (against Sam Darnold). Following the season, many NFL evaluators told agents

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