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    USFL 2023 College Draft Results: Updated Tracker With Rosters From First-Ever USFL College Draft

    The USFL will return shortly for its second season. Here are the results from the first-ever USFL College Draft, including rosters and more.

    As we gear up for some more spring football, the USFL has surprised us all by announcing its first-ever USFL College Draft. The USFL will return for its second season on April 15, but before then, the eight teams will have their pick of college athletes who are currently preparing for the NFL draft. It will be an interesting situation, to put it lightly, but 80 players will hear their names called regardless.

    USFL College Draft Tracker and Results

    USFL teams are drafting the rights to 80 players from a pool of approximately 3,000 eligible athletes. What will be difficult for the league is to decide on which players will opt to go to the USFL over the 2023 NFL Draft. The league will need to target players who are firmly on the outside looking in when it comes to potentially being selected.

    For the first three rounds, teams will have five minutes to draft a player. For the final seven rounds, teams will have three minutes to submit a pick. Should a team let its time expire in any round without a selection, it will still choose a player, but it risks letting the team on the clock take a player it might have been considering. Teams are not allowed to pass, and there will be a five-minute break between each round.

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    Below, you will find all the 2023 USFL College Draft results for each team. We will update the section as each team’s selection is announced.

    Round 1

    1.01 — Jarrett Horst, OT
    Michigan Panthers

    1.02 — Lindsey Scott Jr., QB
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    1.03 — Chase Brice, QB
    Houston Gamblers

    1.04 — Mason Brooks, OT
    Memphis Showboats

    1.05 — Tyler Scott, WR
    New Orleans Breakers

    1.06 — Alfred Edwards, OT
    Philadelphia Stars

    1.07 — Kadeem Telfort, OT
    Birmingham Stallions

    Round 2

    2.08 — Tanner Morgan, QB
    Michigan Panthers

    2.09 — Malik Hamm, DE
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    2.10 — Justin Ford, DB
    Houston Gamblers

    2.11 — Isaiah Bolden, CB
    Memphis Showboats

    2.12 — Noah Taylor, LB
    New Orleans Breakers

    2.13 — Anderson Hardy, OT
    Philadelphia Stars

    2.14 — Quinton Barrow, OT
    Birmingham Stallions

    2.15 — Adrian Martinez, QB
    New Jersey Generals

    Round 3

    3.16 — Santrell Latham, LB
    Michigan Panthers

    3.17 — Tre’Quan Dorsey, OL
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    3.18 — Joseph Fisher, OG
    Houston Gamblers

    3.19 — Brevin Allen, DE
    Memphis Showboats

    3.20 — DJ Ivey, CB
    New Orleans Breakers

    3.21 — Isaac Moore, OT
    Philadelphia Stars

    3.22 — Malik Cunningham, QB
    Birmingham Stallions

    3.23 — JJ Holloman, WR
    New Jersey Generals

    Round 4

    4.24 — DJ Scaife Jr., OL
    Michigan Panthers

    4.25 — Ferlando Jordan, DB
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    4.26 — Scott Matlock, DT
    Houston Gamblers

    4.27 — Benny Sapp III, DB
    Memphis Showboats

    4.28 — Keaton Mitchell, RB
    New Orleans Breakers

    4.29 — Truman Jones, DE
    Philadelphia Stars

    4.30 — Derius Davis, WR
    Birmingham Stallions

    4.31 — Victor Jones, DL
    New Jersey Generals

    Round 5

    5.32 — Dashaun White, LB
    Michigan Panthers

    5.33 — Isaiah Land, DE
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    5.34 — Jeffrey Johnson, DT
    Houston Gamblers

    5.35 — Michael Ezeiki, TE
    Memphis Showboats

    5.36 — Isaiah Moore, LB
    New Orleans Breakers

    5.37 — Earl Bostick Jr., OT
    Philadelphia Stars

    5.38 — Zeke Vandenburgh, DE
    Birmingham Stallions

    5.39 — De’Jahn Warren, CB
    New Jersey Generals

    Round 6

    6.40 — Levi Bell, DL
    Michigan Panthers

    6.41 — Nash Jensen, OL
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    6.42– Keenan Isaac, DB
    Houston Gamblers

    6.43 — Jerome Carvin, OL
    Memphis Showboats

    6.44 — Dante Stills, DL
    New Orleans Breakers

    6.45 — Derrick Tucker, S
    New Jersey Generals

    6.46 — Jose Ramirez, DE
    Philadelphia Stars

    6.47 — Colby Sorsdal, OT
    Birmingham Stallions

    Round 7

    7.48 — Gunner Oakes, TE
    Michigan Panthers

    7.49 — Taylor Grimes, WR
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    7.50 — Alex Jensen, OT
    Houston Gamblers

    7.51 — Nehemiah Shelton, CB
    Memphis Showboats

    7.52 — Darius Hagans, RB
    New Orleans Breakers

    7.53 — Jermaine McDaniels Jr., DE
    New Jersey Generals

    7.54 — Demontrey Jacobs, OT
    Philadelphia Stars

    7.55 — Grant Debose, WR
    Birmingham Stallions

    Round 8

    8.56 — Andrewe Farmer II, DE
    Michigan Panthers

    8.57 — CJ Turner, WR
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    8.58 — Brady Russell, TE
    Houston Gamblers

    8.59 — Trea Shropshire, WR
    Memphis Showboats

    8.60 — Jake Bobo, WR
    New Orleans Breakers

    8.61 — Adam Korsak, P
    New Jersey Generals

    8.62 — Trey Botts, DL
    Philadelphia Stars

    8.63 — Mark Evans II, OL
    Birmingham Stallions

    Round 9

    9.64 — Chim Okorafor, OL
    Michigan Panthers

    9.65 — Jacob Slade, DL
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    9.66 — Jason Taylor II, S
    Houston Gamblers

    9.67 — Silas Dzansi, OL
    Memphis Showboats

    9.68 — Aelx Palczewski, OL
    New Orleans Breakers

    9.69 — Jalen Holston, RB
    New Jersey Generals

    9.70 — Destin Mack, CB
    Philadelphia Stars

    9.71 — BJ Thompson, DE
    Birmingham Stallions

    Round 10

    10.72 — Sidy Sow, OL
    Michigan Panthers

    10.73 — Ethan Evans, P
    Pittsburgh Maulers

    10.74 — Colby Reeder, LB
    Houston Gamblers

    10.75 — Antonio Fletcher, S
    Memphis Showboats

    10.76 — Tyler Baker-Williams, CB
    New Orleans Breakers

    10.77 — Nick Zecchino, LS
    New Jersey Generals

    10.78 — Dre Terry, LB
    Philadelphia Stars

    10.79 — Starling Thomas, DB
    Birmingham Stallions

    10.80 — Rey Estes, DB
    New Jersey Generals

    2023 USFL College Draft Order

    The Michigan Panthers earned the first pick in each of the 10 rounds by beating the Pittsburgh Maulers in the final game of the season. Both teams entered their final games of the year with 1-8 records. However, in an interesting wrinkle introduced by the USFL, it was the winner of the game that was given the first overall pick and not the loser like in the NFL.

    This gave the players an extra incentive to want to win, and, ultimately, proved a ton more interest for the fans.

    1. Michigan Panthers
    2. Pittsburgh Maulers
    3. Houston Gamblers
    4. Memphis Showboats
    5. New Orleans Breakers
    6. Philadelphia Stars
    7. Birmingham Stallions
    *8. New Jersey Generals

    *New Jersey’s first five selections have been penalized to lower positions due to a violation of offseason roster management rules. The team’s first-round pick has been moved to the 10th round.

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