A list of every running back that can be selected in the XFL Draft

Xavier Turner the running back from Tarleton State will enter the XFL Draft this year, and I would not be surprised if he hears his name called. Here is a list of every running back that can be drafted.
  1. Khalid Abdullah RB James Madison
  2. Cameron Artis-Payne RB Auburn
  3. George Aston RB Pittsburgh
  4. Sherman Badie RB Tulane
  5. Jonathan Banks RB Tulane
  6. Alex Barnes RB Kansas State
  7. Tommy Bohanon RB Wake Forest
  8. Joel Bouagnon RB Northern Illinois
  9. Dominick Bragalone RB Lehigh
  10. Martez Carter RB Grambling State
  11. Kaimi Chung RB Hawaii
  12. David Cobb RB Minnesota
  13. Matthew Colburn RB Wake Forest
  14. Lavon Coleman RB Washington
  15. Tim Cook RB Oregon State
  16. Marshaun Coprich RB Illinois State
  17. Noel Devine RB West Virginia
  18. Winston Dimel RB Texas-El Paso
  19. Lance Dunbar RB North Texas
  20. Brionte Dunn RB Ohio State
  21. Berkley Edwards RB Michigan
  22. Jordan Ellis RB Virginia
  23. Nico Evans RB Wyoming
  24. Kenneth Farrow RB Houston
  25. Dimitri Flowers RB Oklahoma
  26. Quinton Flowers RB South Florida
  27. Tarean Folston RB Notre Dame
  28. Keith Ford RB Texas A&M
  29. Mike Ford RB Louisiana State
  30. Khris Francis RB North Carolina
  31. Jarvion Franklin RB Western Michigan
  32. Ja’Quan Gardner RB Humboldt State
  33. Manasseh Garner RB Pittsburgh
  34. Jakhari Gore RB Marian
  35. Jonas Gray RB Notre Dame
  36. Trayone Gray RB Miami (FL)
  37. Ryan Green RB Florida State
  38. Dujuan Harris RB Troy
  39. Mark Herndon RB Florida
  40. Kyle Hicks RB Texas Christian
  41. Kenny Hilliard RB Louisiana State
  42. Darnell Holland RB Kennesaw State
  43. Nick Holley RB Kent State
  44. Elijah Hood RB North Carolina
  45. Akeem Hunt RB Purdue
  46. Ty Isaac RB Michigan
  47. Devontae Jackson RB West Georgia
  48. Cardon Johnson RB James Madison
  49. Storm Johnson RB Central Florida
  50. De’Shawn Jones RB Campbell
  51. Matt Jones RB Florida
  52. Kendial Lawrence RB Missouri
  53. Ray Lawry RB Old Dominion
  54. Taku Lee RB International
  55. Terrence Magee RB Louisiana State
  56. D.J. May RB Wyoming
  57. Travon McMillian RB Colorado
  58. Christine Michael RB Texas A&M
  59. JD Moore RB Louisiana State
  60. Rajion Neal RB Tennessee
  61. Cedric O’Neal RB Valdosta State
  62. Branden Oliver RB Buffalo
  63. Jacques Patrick RB Florida State
  64. Ladarius Perkins RB Mississippi State
  65. Lawrence Pittman RB Wingate
  66. Jhurell Pressley RB New Mexico
  67. Donnel Pumphrey RB San Diego State
  68. Brandon Radcliff RB Louisville
  69. Devine Redding RB Indiana
  70. Trent Richardson RB Alabama
  71. Aaron Ripkowski RB Oklahoma
  72. Larry Rose RB New Mexico State
  73. LJ Scott RB Michigan State
  74. De’Veon Smith RB Michigan
  75. Shane Smith RB San Jose State
  76. Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt
  77. Justin Stockton RB Texas Tech
  78. Dontae Strickland RB Syracuse
  79. Kelvin Taylor RB Florida
  80. Jahad Thomas RB Temple
  81. John Thomas RB Penn State
  82. Lexington Thomas RB Nevada-Las Vegas
  83. Mark Thompson RB Florida
  84. Lenard Tillery RB Southern
  85. Xavier Turner RB Incarnate Word
  86. Darius Victor RB Towson
  87. Akrum Wadley RB Iowa
  88. Terron Ward RB Oregon State
  89. Aca’Cedric Ware RB Southern California
  90. Mike Warren RB Iowa State
  91. Trey Watts RB Tulsa
  92. Jody Webb RB Youngstown State
  93. Ralph Webb RB Vanderbilt
  94. Brandon Wilds RB South Carolina
  95. Andre Williams RB Boston College
  96. Boom Williams RB Kentucky
  97. James Williams RB Washington State
  98. Malik Williams RB Louisville
  99. Marquez Williams RB Miami (FL)
  100. Trey Williams RB Texas A&M
  101. Marquis Young RB Massachusettes
  102. Ryan Yurachek RB Marshall

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