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It's a missing left sock list of "where are they now" busted draft prospects.,,, (and yet somehow better than all our WRs not named Anderson/Crowder

 

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  Rnd. Pick # XFL team Player Pos. College Notes
  1 1 DC Defenders Rashard Davis WR James Madison  
  1 2 Houston Roughnecks Connor Cook QB Michigan State  
  1 3 New York Guardians DeAngelo Yancey WR Purdue  
  1 4 Dallas Renegades Jeff Badet WR Kentucky  
  1 5 Tampa Bay Vipers Nick Truesdell TE Grand Rapids CC  
  1 6 St. Louis BattleHawks Christine Michael RB Texas A&M  
  1 7 Seattle Dragons Trey Williams RB Texas A&M  
  1 8 Los Angeles Wildcats Elijah Hood RB North Carolina  
  2 9 Los Angeles Wildcats Rashad Ross WR Arizona St.  
  2 10 Seattle Dragons Kenneth Farrow RB Houston  
  2 11 St. Louis BattleHawks Brogan Roback QB Eastern Michigan  
  2 12 Tampa Bay Vipers Seantavius Jones WR Valdosta St.  
  2 13 Dallas Renegades Tommylee Lewis WR Northern Illinois  
  2 14 New York Guardians Mekale McKay WR Cincinnati  
  2 15 Houston Roughnecks Kahlil Lewis WR Cincinnati  
  2 16 DC Defenders Tre McBride WR William & Mary  
  3 17 DC Defenders Jhurell Pressley RB New Mexico  
  3 18 Houston Roughnecks Sammie Coates WR Auburn  
  3 19 New York Guardians Tanner Gentry WR Wyoming  
  3 20 Dallas Renegades Cameron Artis-Payne RB Auburn  
  3 21 Tampa Bay Vipers De'Veon Smith RB Michigan  
  3 22 St. Louis BattleHawks De'Mornay Pierson-El WR Nebraska  
  3 23 Seattle Dragons Fred Ross WR Mississippi St.  
  3 24 Los Angeles Wildcats Nelson Spruce WR Colorado  
  4 25 Los Angeles Wildcats Brandon Barnes TE Alabama State  
  4 26 Seattle Dragons Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech  
  4 27 St. Louis BattleHawks L'Damian Washington WR Missouri  
  4 28 Tampa Bay Vipers Jalen Tolliver WR Arkansas-Monticello  
  4 29 Dallas Renegades Stacy Coley WR Miami (FL)  
  4 30 New York Guardians Tim Cook RB Oregon St.  
  4 31 Houston Roughnecks Kyle Hicks RB TCU  
  4 32 DC Defenders DeAndre Thompkins WR Penn St.  
  5 33 DC Defenders Khari Lee TE Bowie St.  
  5 34 Houston Roughnecks Deontez Alexander WR Franklin (IN)  
  5 35 New York Guardians Demarcus Ayers WR Houston  
  5 36 Dallas Renegades Sean Price TE South Florida  
  5 37 Tampa Bay Vipers Quinton Flowers RB South Florida  
  5 38 St. Louis BattleHawks Wes Saxton TE South Alabama  
  5 39 Seattle Dragons Keenan Reynolds WR Navy  
  5 40 Los Angeles Wildcats Larry Rose III RB New Mexico St.  
  6 41 Los Angeles Wildcats KD Cannon WR Baylor  
  6 42 Seattle Dragons Evan Rodriguez TE Temple  
  6 43 St. Louis BattleHawks Marcus Lucas WR Missouri  
  6 44 Tampa Bay Vipers Cole Wick TE Incarnate Word  
  6 45 Dallas Renegades Kelvin McKnight WR Samford  
  6 46 New York Guardians EJ Bibbs TE Iowa St.  
  6 47 Houston Roughnecks Cam Phillips WR Virginia Tech  
  6 48 DC Defenders Orson Charles TE Georgia  
  7 49 DC Defenders Donnel Pumphrey RB San Diego St.  
  7 50 Houston Roughnecks Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma  
  7 51 New York Guardians Keith Towbridge TE Lousiville  
  7 52 Dallas Renegades Philip Nelson QB East Carolina  
  7 53 Tampa Bay Vipers Rannell Hall WR Central Florida  
  7 54 St. Louis BattleHawks Matt Jones RB Florida  
  7 55 Seattle Dragons Kasen Williams WR Washington  
  7 56 Los Angeles Wildcats Martez Carter RB Grambling State  
  8 57 Los Angeles Wildcats Keyarris Garrett WR Tulsa  
  8 58 Seattle Dragons John Santiago WR North Dakota  
  8 59 St. Louis BattleHawks Ishmael Hyman WR James Madison  
  8 60 Tampa Bay Vipers Reece Horn WR Indianapolis  
  8 61 Dallas Renegades Lance Dunbar RB North Texas  
  8 62 New York Guardians Justin Stockton RB Texas Tech  
  8 63 Houston Roughnecks Devin Gray WR Cincinnati  
  8 64 DC Defenders Max McCaffrey WR Duke  
  9 65 DC Defenders Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo  
  9 66 Houston Roughnecks Andre Williams RB Boston College  
  9 67 New York Guardians Darius Victor RB Towson  
  9 68 Dallas Renegades Donald Parham TE Stetson  
  9 69 Tampa Bay Vipers Taylor Cornelius QB Oklahoma State  
  9 70 St. Louis BattleHawks Alonzo Russell WR Toledo  
  9 71 Seattle Dragons Cam Clear TE Texas A&M  
  9 72 Los Angeles Wildcats Scott Orndoff TE Pittsburgh  
  10 73 Los Angeles Wildcats Donteea Dye WR Heidelberg  
  10 74 Seattle Dragons Malachi Jones WR Appalachian State  
  10 75 St. Louis BattleHawks Jordan Lasley WR UCLA  
  10 76 Tampa Bay Vipers Alonzo Moore WR Nebraska  
  10 77 Dallas Renegades Dimitri Flowers RB Oklahoma  
  10 78 New York Guardians Marquise Williams QB North Carolina  
  10 79 Houston Roughnecks Nick Holley RB Kent State  
  10 80 DC Defenders Adrien Robinson TE Cincinnati  

 

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Was Luke Falk drafted?

 

also is Brogan Roback some kind of weird ass witness protection name?

 

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So what's their angle with this? Last time they tried to use gimmicks. I think they said they aren't doing that this time. I thought they could have made a big splash by paying some big bucks to some big time players coming out of college. I guess they aren't spending money on players? I guess they're going to put a sh*t product on the field and hope people watch?

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Jace Amaro? How long since this guy played?

Nothing much about this list that inspires me to go out and procure February Met Life tix. Not the best tailgate weather anyway. 

 

BTW: Is Guardians the best name they can come up with for a NY team? Sounds like rent-a-cops. 

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Wow,  A league so bereft of talent that even Portland, Oregon wouldn't bitch about not getting a team.  That's saying something.

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Trey Williams, has he played in every start up league as well as like 6 NFL teams?  

Live that dream

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Conner Cook went 2nd.  

I remember Raideraholic swearing he would be a factor.  

Got to give him credit, hes dead on

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First Rounds were for offensive skill players. Next set of rounds were for offensive linemen. Then after those, defensive players. 

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This will draw some initial curiosity... and then fail miserably.

Flabbergasted that more supposedly savvy businessmen are trying this crap again. 

Like the Panthers fans out there are going to switch from watching RunCmC to Cameron Artis-Payne?

What a joke.

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Why is the draft only offensive skill players... do they have a draft like this for each quadrant of players? Like is there going to be an OL/DL draft? and a Defensive Draft?

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37 minutes ago, Skeptable said:

Why is the draft only offensive skill players... do they have a draft like this for each quadrant of players? Like is there going to be an OL/DL draft? and a Defensive Draft?

Yes. There was 3 drafts. 

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14 minutes ago, Paradis said:

Yes. There was 3 drafts. 

and 2 more tomorrow I see...

I thought Jarron was going to make the NFL(Notre Dame)

And I liked Yancey but not sure if he was just a terrible route runner or just slow.

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4 hours ago, Barry McCockinner said:

So what's their angle with this? Last time they tried to use gimmicks. I think they said they aren't doing that this time. I thought they could have made a big splash by paying some big bucks to some big time players coming out of college. I guess they aren't spending money on players? I guess they're going to put a sh*t product on the field and hope people watch?

The salary for players is 55k. So I have no idea what their angle is, maybe be what the AAF was TRYING to do? 

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2 hours ago, RoadFan said:

This will draw some initial curiosity... and then fail miserably.

Flabbergasted that more supposedly savvy businessmen are trying this crap again. 

Like the Panthers fans out there are going to switch from watching RunCmC to Cameron Artis-Payne?

What a joke.

I would watch this over the NFL any f#*king day of the week.

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The sad thing is if the AAF had the players to back up the product it could have been successful. The NFL is just such a Juggernaut that any league that comes to contest it will get squashed. They embraced gambling, kept you engaged during commercials, started the play clock earlier, and didn't they do away with kickoffs too? I expect the XFL to have a bunch of great ideas but people will bash it because it doesn't have the history.

The NFL product has become a shell of what it once was but the shield is so much stronger. Literally took Sundays from Jesus haha

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Looks like a Mike Maccagnan wish list 

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The XFL needs to recruit college players that are not yet eligible for the NFL draft. That’s the path to success that works for all. 

 

 

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I thought the plan was to get some mild establishment and be ready for the next NFL player unrest?  The current CBA expires after the 2020 season.  Then the real fun begins. 

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13 hours ago, bla bla bla said:

The sad thing is if the AAF had the players to back up the product it could have been successful. The NFL is just such a Juggernaut that any league that comes to contest it will get squashed. They embraced gambling, kept you engaged during commercials, started the play clock earlier, and didn't they do away with kickoffs too? I expect the XFL to have a bunch of great ideas but people will bash it because it doesn't have the history.

The NFL product has become a shell of what it once was but the shield is so much stronger. Literally took Sundays from Jesus haha

AAF wasn’t suppose to be NFL competition tho . The idea was the nfl would eventually buy it and make it there minor league system., but that clearly didn’t happen fast enough . 
 


I agree with the rest of your take . Nfl is very powerful . XFL could have some staying power they got one richest men in world behind them .. but even then I wouldn’t be surprised if it folded after a season.

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