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2023 USFL College Draft recap | 12 HBCU Prospects Drafted by the USFL

2023 USFL College Draft recap | 12 HBCU Prospects Drafted by the USFL
2023 USFL College Draft recap | 12 HBCU Prospects Drafted by the USFL

Today, was a prestigious day, for all of us at Draftdiamonds and Hula Bowl.

We are proud of the 21 players who were drafted in this year’s USFL College Draft class.

The USFL did make improvements, in this upcoming draft class by drafting a record of 12 HBCUS prospects.

Draft Diamonds and our Hula Bowl Scouts are very proud to have Andrew Farmer of Lane College, to be considered a draft pick by the Michigan Panthers in the 8th round.

Farmer is a very explosive pass rusher and is exceeding scouts’ and GM’s expectations. Farmer also made an impression at The HBCU Legacy Combine as well.

Our Scouting Team is very proud of him and the other 20 players selected. Next year, We are hoping to further bridge the gap between HBCU players and All-Pro Leagues, but The USFL did set the bar with 12 HBCU players drafted.

  1. Reyondous Estes- Grambling State was selected in the 10th round by New Jersey Generals
  2. Dre Terry- Alabama A&M was selected in the 10th round by the Philadelphia Stars.
  3. Andrew Farmer- Lane College was selected in the 8th round by the Michigan Panthers.
  4. Mark Evans- University of Arkansas Pine Bluff, drafted in the 8th round by the Birmingham Stallions.
  5. Jermaine McDaniel out of North Carolina A&T was Drafted in the 7th round by the New Jersey Generals.
  6. Darius Hagans- Virginia State, drafted in the 7th round by the New Orleans Breakers.
  7. Keenan Isaac- Alabama State, drafted in the 6th round by the Houston Gamblers.
  8. Derrick Tucker, S, Texas Southern – Selected in the 6th Round by the New Jersey Generals
  9. Isaiah Land- FAMU, drafted by the Pittsburgh Maulers in the 5th round.
  10. De’Jahn Warren- Jackson State, drafted by the New Jersey Generals in the 5th round.
  11. JJ Holloman- Tennessee State, drafted in the 3rd round, by the New Jersey Generals
  12. Isaiah Bolden- Jackson State, drafted in the 2nd round as the first HBCU player drafted in this years draft.

USFL Scouts did their homework and so did the Hula Bowl staff.

Job well-done guys.

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