USFL: 2023 College Draft Complete

The 2023 USFL College Draft is complete!

There was a new format this season, with the eight teams selecting a total of 80 eligible players across 10 rounds.

Here are the selections, pick by pick.

*Note: New Jersey draft positions penalized for violating offseason roster management rules.

ROUND 1 (Overall)

1. (1) Michigan Panthers

Jarrett Horst, OT, Michigan State

Horst started 15 total games at left tackle for MSU after transferring from Arkansas State after the 2020 season. He was All-Big Ten honorable mention in 2021.

2. (2) Pittsburgh Maulers

Lindsey Scott, Jr., QB, Incarnate Word

Scott started all seven games at quarterback in the 2021 FCS spring season. He accounted for 2,241 yards of total offense and threw for 1,684 yards and 18 touchdowns that year.

3. (3) Houston Gamblers

Chase Brice, QB, Appalachian State

Brice played at Clemson and Duke before spending his final two seasons at Appalachian State. He set the school single-season passing record in 2021 with 3,337 yards and helped the Mountaineers upset No. 6 Texas A&M early in the 2022 season.

4. (4) Memphis Showboats

Mason Brooks, OT, Mississippi

Brooks started 23 games at Western Kentucky before transferring to Ole Miss in 2022. Was a first-team All Conference USA selection in 2021 and played in all 13 games for Ole Miss in 2022. According to PFF, had an overall blocking rating of 83.4 in 2020, which ranked No. 11 in FBS … Named to PFF’s All-CUSA first team in 2020.

5. (5) New Orleans Breakers

Tyler Scott, WR, Cincinnati

Scott started all 11 games in 2022 for Cincinnati, setting career highs in receptions (54), receiving yards (899) and touchdowns (nine). Ranked 19th in FBS in receiving touchdowns, and had over 100 yards receiving in four different games. Recorded 1,439 receiving yards in his Cincinnati career.

6. (6) Philadelphia Stars

Alfred Edwards III, OT, Utah State

First-team All-Mountain West in 2022 after starting 11 games at left tackle. Allowed just one sack on the season in 864 snaps.

7. (7) Birmingham Stallions 

Kadeem Telfort, OT, UAB

Telfort started 11 games as a senior at UAB in 2022, earning first-team All-Conference USA honors. UAB rushed for 235.3 yards per game, which ranked eighth in FBS. He started in all 13 games in 2021 and was a Conference USA Honorable Mention.

Check out the rest of the picks in the 2023 USFL College Draft on Fox Sports.