McAdoo, formerly of North Carolina, was the most recent player to be ruled eligible for the Supplemental Draft. The defensive end was an impressive rotation pass-rusher as a sophomore, and at 6'6 and 270, he of course was compared to Julius Peppers. But after being ruled permanently ineligible from North Carolina for academic misconduct, his college career was cut short.
McAdoo showed elite pass rushing potential, having the length and fluidity to develop his pass-rush moves in the future. He never got the chance to be a consistent starter for the Tar Heels thanks to the talent on the defence but did showcase the ability to out-match offensive tackles regularly. He was set to be a starter as a junior, but thanks to the aforementioned ruling by North Carolina, he never got his shot.
He's very similar as a prospect to Jason Pierre-Paul in that he has the size, length, and raw athletic ability to be a very good NFL defensive end. However, they differ because while Pierre-Paul didn't show a ton for scouts outside of his junior season, McAdoo hasn't shown he can match-up with offensive tackles over the course of an entire college football season.
Thanks to his size and skill set that reminds of Pierre Paul and former Tar Heel Peppers, I'd be more surprised if he doesn't get selected in the Supplemental Draft. A team that has the luxury to develop defensive line talent like Minnesota, Chicago, or Philadelphia could take a shot on him, as well as a team that could use the depth this year and for the future like Denver and St. Louis.
Either way, being a top three NFL draft talent, a fourth or fifth round pick should be what McAdoo goes for.
Possible Suitors: Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, St. Louis Rams, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles
Draft Position: Undrafted