Former Track Star Cyril Grayson Jr signs with Stars of USFL

Former Track Star Cyril Grayson Jr signs with Stars of USFL
Former Track Star Cyril Grayson Jr signs with Stars of USFL

Written by Karver Jordan 

The Philadelphia Stars have signed former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Cyril Grayson Jr! The kid has quite the story, from All-American Track Star to Professional WR. Let’s take a look at his journey!

About the Player: Cyril Grayson Jr, Philadelphia Stars

Position: Wide Reciever 

Age: 29

Height and Weight: five foot nine inches (5’9”) 183 Pounds

Career Journey: 

Grayson Jr. has bounced around several teams in the NFL  and is still trying to live up to that professional football player dream. The speedy wide receiver has played for the Seahawks, Colts, Texans, Bears, Saints, Cowboys, Buccaneers, and Browns; With lots of professional practices under the WR belt, Cyril Grayson Jr would get a chance with the Buccaneers to showcase his skills. In the year of 2021, the Buccaneers were thin of weapons and Tom Brady needed some extra wide receiver to throw to. The former track star would record ten receptions for 212 yards and two touchdowns. Good numbers from a kid who never really played football at all in his life. 

Stars WR Room:

Man oh Man, this team is going to be one to watch. USFL fans if you are yet to cheer for a team I would check out the Stars. Perfect team. 

My Final Thoughts

The Stars had one of the most stacked WR Rooms in the whole league, if all those guys can get on the same page AND play good football, the Stars should have a clear path to success late in the season. This team is loaded. 

More about the writer:

My name is Karver Jordan, I’m a high schooler who is writing in New England. I enjoy sharing my sports knowledge with everyone. My goal is to help get the fans to get a better understanding of Teams, Players, and more. If you enjoyed this piece of writing check me out on Instagram and Twitter! 



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