Former Nebraska I-back Quentin Castille declared for the NFL's Supplemental Draft after a meeting with Northwestern State head coach Bradley Dale Peveto. This season at Northwestern State, Castille rushed for 349 yards -- averaging 3.3 yards a carry -- and one touchdown on 107 carries in 11 games. He also fumbled four times. Castille has to use the supplemental draft as it's too late to declare for the regular NFL draft. The supplemental draft will be held in July. Castille told The TownTalk.com that he couldn't talk about the reasons why he decided to leave Northwestern State. Peveto said "Quentin worked hard for us while he was here. We enjoyed having him here. We respect his decision and wish him well in his NFL career."