We all know about the WWE Draft which is televised on a very special three-hour Monday Night RAW (this year's draft takes place on Monday, April 23) in which the main eventers and upper mid-carders get to be drafted (draft picks are determined by inter-brand matches in which the winning brand gets to select a Superstar from the opposing brand's roster).
But, there's also the WWE Supplemental Draft which will probably take place on Tuesday, April 24 on WWE's website. As usual, RAW gets to choose a Superstar from the SmackDown roster while SmackDown gets to select a Superstar from the RAW roster. But these are random picks that are announced every ten minutes and also, mid-carders, jobbers, Divas, and tag teams are the ones who tend to get drafted.
But, let's look at the future Supplemental Draft picks who went on to become bona-fide Superstars:
The Miz was drafted from SmackDown to ECW in 2007. The Miz would go on to become one of the WWE's most entertaining heels when he was drafted to RAW in the 2009 TV Draft.
Kofi Kingston went from ECW (where he was part of ECW's "New Star Initiative") to RAW and has become one of WWE's most popular babyfaces.
Dolph Ziggler went from RAW to SmackDown in 2009. It was during his SmackDown tenure that Ziggler would go on to win the Intercontinental Championship thanks to Vickie Guerrero. That same year, former Major Brother Zack Ryder would go on to become one of the most over Superstars on ECW and later on RAW.
Cody Rhodes went from RAW (where he spent two years as the lesser member of Legacy) to SmackDown. Rhodes would go on to become one of the top heels on the SmackDown roster where he has been the Intercontinental Champion for more than 200 days.
Daniel Bryan went from RAW to SmackDown where he is the reigning World Heavyweight Champion.