There is a still a chance that Williams and Clarett could still be in play this weekend, but it would be a long shot to get an appeal heard and ruled in their favor by Saturday, 12PM.
Statement by NFL Executive Vice President Jeff Pash on U.S. Court of Appeals Order in Clarett Litigation:
"We are pleased that the court has issued a stay. As the court order says, we have 'demonstrated a likelihood of success on the merits.' We are grateful for the prompt attention the court has given to this matter and we await its decision on the merits."
Williams filed an appeal to get an injunction on the ruling in an attempt to enter the draft. If access is denied then college eligibility is the next concern for Williams and Clarett. Both have hired agents, which forfeits their remaining eligibility and would face a struggle just to return to college.
There is a chance that Williams and Clarett could enter the supplemental draft, but that is unclear at this point.