XFL Draft Day 1: Notable Offense Skill Players

Day 1 of the XFL Draft officially began today.

Before the draft started, each team was assigned a quarterback.

Assigned Quarterbacks:

Dallas Renegades:

Landry Jones

D.C. Defenders:

Cardale Jones

Houston Roughnecks:

Phillip Walker

Los Angeles Wildcats:

Luis Perez

New York Guardians:

Matt McGloin

St. Louis BattleHawks:

Jordan Ta’amu

Seattle Dragons:

Brandon Silvers

Tampa Bay Vipers:

Aaron Murray

 

Following the draft, each team had 10 rounds to select offensive skill positions.

Here are some notable names that were selected today:

Dallas Renegades:

Lance Dunbar, Cameron Artis-Payne, Tommylee Lewis, Jeff Badet, Stacy Coley

D.C. Defenders:

Donnel Pumphrey, Max McCaffrey, Orson Charles, Jhurell Pressley, Tyree Jackson, Rashard Davis, Tre McBride

Houston Roughnecks:

Sammie Coates, Andre Williams, Connor Cook, Cam Phillips, Kyle Hicks

Los Angeles Wildcats:

Nelson Spruce, Rashad Ross, Elijah Hood, K.D. Cannon, Donteea Dye, Brandon Barnes, Scott Orndoff

New York Guardians:

Demarcus Ayers, DeAngelo Yancey, Mekale McKay, Tanner Gentry, Tim Cook, Justin Stockton

St. Louis BattleHawks:

Brogan Roback, Christine Michael, Matt Jones, Jordan Lasley, Alonzo Russell, Ishmael Hyman

Seattle Dragons:

Kenneth Farrow, Jace Amaro, Keenan Reynolds, Kasen Williams, Trey Williams, Fred Ross

Tampa Bay Vipers:

Quinton Flowers, De’Veon Smith, Seantavius Jones, Jalen Tolliver

Stay tuned for more XFL Draft news & updates, we’ll provide an in-depth breakdown of each team once the draft concludes!

 

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