As the USFL season draws to a close, players will soon be able to sign with NFL teams. And the All-USFL team graduating today will likely produce at least a few players who will compete in NFL training camps.
Perhaps most notable is New Orleans Breakers guard Kyle Slaughter, who leads the USFL along the way and may have done enough in his USFL campaign to convince the team to take him as a camp arm.
The All-USFL running backs are Darius Victor of the New Jersey Generals and Reggie Corbin of the Michigan Panthers.
All-USFL wide receivers include the Generals’ CaVonte Turpin and the Birmingham Stallions’ Victor Bolden Jr., while the Breakers’ Sal Cannella made the team in the tight end.
The All-USFL offensive line is Breakers center Jared Thomas, Stallions quarterback Cameron Hunt, Generals guard Garrett McGean, the Generals capture Terry Poole, and the Tampa Bay Bandits capture Jarron Jones.
The defensive line includes Houston Gamblers defenseman Chris Odom, Breakers defenseman Devin Bellamy Breakers, Reggie Howard Jr. defenseman and Generals defenseman Toby Johnson.
Linebackers include Donald Payne of the Gamblers, DeMarquis Gates of the Stallions and Jarod Fernandez of the Breakers.
The secondary roster consists of Philadelphia Stars guard Channing Stribling, Gamblers guard Will Likely, Generals guard Shalom Luani, and Pittsburgh Mollers guard Bryce Thornedon.
All-USFL wide receiver Victor Bolden, Jr. was actually the All-USFL at two positions, as he also made the team the league’s best special player. Stars forward Maurice Alexander, Generals forward CaVonte Turpin, Stallions kicker Brandon Aubrey, and Bandits player Brandon Wright round out the All-USFL team.