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USFL Draft 2022: Michigan Panthers' round-by-round picks
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USFL Draft 2022: Michigan Panthers' round-by-round picks

Updated Mar. 10, 2022 9:59 p.m. ET

The first two rounds of the inaugural 2022 USFL Draft and the supplemental draft are officially in the books.

Here is every pick from the Michigan Panthers so far in the 2022 USFL Draft.

Round 1 (quarterbacks), Pick 1: Shea Patterson, Michigan

A former five-star recruit who starred at both Mississippi and Michigan in a storied college career that saw him pass for 8,800 yards and 68 touchdowns, Patterson was the first QB off the board in the USFL’s first round.

Following two years at Michigan in which he finished ahead of both Tom Brady and his former head coach Jim Harbaugh on the school’s all-time passer list, the 6-foot-1, 212-pound Patterson signed with the Kansas City Chiefs and has since spent time in the CFL with the BC Lions and Montreal Alouettes. A former high school baseball star, Patterson stuck with football despite being drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 39th round in 2018.


Round 2 (defensive ends/edge rushers), Pick 8: Adewale Adeoye, Utah State

A 2018 honorable mention All-Mountain West selection, Adewale Adeoye played in 33 games in three seasons at Utah State (2016-18). He led the team with three fumble recoveries in 2018.

Round 3 (defensive ends/edge rushers), Pick 1: Cavon Walker, Maryland

Cavon Walker played in 50 games in five seasons at Maryland (2013-17). He was signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2018.

Round 4 (defensive ends/edge rushers), Pick 8: Chase DeMoor, Central Washington

Round 5 (offensive tackles), Pick 5: Keith Williams, Colorado State

Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Keith Williams helped Colorado State to the second-best offense in the Mountain West in 2019.

Round 6 (offensive tackles), Pick 4: Teton Saltes, New Mexico

Round 7 (offensive tackles), Pick 5: Joshua Dunlop, UTSA

Round 7 (offensive tackles), Pick 10 (compensatory pick): Joshua Taylor, Mississippi Valley State

Joshua Taylor, a native of Philadelphia, is able to play all five offensive line positions.

Round 8 (cornerbacks), Pick 4: Tino Ellis, Maryland

Round 9 (cornerbacks), Pick 5: Jameson Houston, Baylor

Round 10 (cornerbacks), Pick 4: Dominique Martin, Tarleton State

Round 11 (cornerbacks), Pick 5: Jalin Burrell, New Mexico

Round 12 (quarterbacks), Pick 8: Paxton Lynch, Memphis

Round 13 (wide receivers), Pick 6: Quincy Adeboyejo, Ole Miss

Round 14 (wide receivers), Pick 3: Lance Lenoir, Western Illinois

Round 15 (wide receivers), Pick 6: Jeff Badet, Oklahoma

Round 16 (wide receivers), Pick 3: Ray Bolden, Stony Brook

Round 17 (wide receivers), Pick 6: PASS for a later compensatory pick

Round 18 (safeties), Pick 3: Orion Stewart, Baylor

Round 19 (safeties), Pick 6: Kieron Williams, Nebraska

Round 20 (centers), Pick 2: Sean Richard Pollard, Clemson

Round 21 (inside linebackers), Pick 7: Justin Lorenz Hughes, Kansas State

Round 21 (inside linebackers), Compensatory Pick 11: Taiwan Jones, Michigan State

Round 22 (guards), Pick 8: Marquel Harrell, Auburn

Round 23 (guards), Pick 1: Daishawn Dixon, San Diego State

Round 24 (defensive tackles/nose tackles), Pick 1: TJ Carter, Kentucky

Round 25 (defensive tackles/nose tackles), Pick 8: Jaquan Bailey, Iowa State

Round 26 (defensive tackles/nose tackles), Pick 1: Kyshonn Tyson, Grand Valley State

Round 27 (running backs/fullbacks), Pick 4: Stevie Scott III, Indiana

Round 28 (running backs/fullbacks), Pick 5: Reggie Corbin, Illinois

Round 29 (outside linebackers), Pick 5: Terry Myrick, Eastern Michigan

Round 30 (outside linebackers), Pick 4: Frank Ginda, San Jose State

Round 31 (outside linebackers), Pick 5: Tre Threat, Jacksonville State

Round 32 (kickers), Pick 3: PASS due to a compensatory pick

Round 33 (punters), Pick 6: Michael Carrizosa, San Jose State

Round 34 (tight ends/halfbacks), Pick 7: Joseph Magnifico, Memphis

Round 34 (tight ends/halfbacks), Compensatory Pick 11: La'Michael Pettway, Iowa State

Round 35 (long snappers), Pick 2: PASS due to compensatory pick


Round 1, Pick 8: Warren Saba, DB, East Carolina

Round 2, Pick 1: Maea Teuhema, OG, SE Louisiana

Round 3, Pick 4: Marcus Baugh, TE, Ohio State

Round 4, Pick 5: Sean Williams, FS/OLB, Navy

Round 5, Pick 3: Cameron Scarlett, RB, Stanford

Round 6, Pick 6: Connor Davis, TE, Stony Brook

Round 7, Pick 7: Joseph Putu, CB, Florida

Round 8, Pick 2: Devin Ross, WR/RET, Colorado

Round 9, Pick 3: Tejan Koroma, OC/OG, BYU

Round 10, Pick 6: Shane Griffin, LS, West Chester

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