2015 1. Leonard Williams: Traded 2. Devin Smith: Released 3. Lorenzo Mauldin: Released 4. Bryce Petty: Released 5. Jarvis Harrison: Released 7. Deon Simon: Released 2016 1. Derron Lee: Traded 2. Christian Hackenberg: Released 3. Jordan Jenkins: UFA 4. Juston Burris: Released 5. Brandon Shell: UFA 7. Lachlan Edwards: UFA 7. Charone Peake: Released 2017 1. Jamal Adams: Traded 2. Marcus Maye: Active 3. ArDarius Stewart: Released 4. Chad Hansen: Released 5. Jordan Leggett: Released 5. Dylan Donahue: Released 6. Elijah McGuire: Released 6. Jeremy Clark: Released 6. Derrick Jones: Released 2018 1. Sam Darnold: Active 3. Nathan Shepherd: Active 4. Chris Herndon: Active 6. Parry Nickerson: Released 6. Folorunso Fatukasi: Active 6. Trenton Cannon: Active 2019 1. Quinnen Williams: Active 3. Jachai Polite: Released 3. Chuma Edoga: Active 4. Trevon Wesco: Active 5. Blake Cashman: Active 6. Blessuan Austin: Active From Maccagnan’s first 3 drafts: 0% of players have been extended. 4.5% is the maximum that could reach an extension, as 1 player remains on the roster. 13.6% of players completed their rookie contract. A maximum of 18.2% still have the ability to complete their rookie contract, as 1 player remains on the roster. 13.6% of players returned some type of draft compensation in a trade. Combined, 27.2% of his picks from those 3 drafts either completed their rookie contract or at least had a return in draft compensation. The big one is the 0% extended. These numbers are so far below league average, it’s crazy. His final two drafts look more promising. Currently 83.3% are still on the roster. Players from these drafts are not yet eligible for extension.