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USFL Expert Consensus Fantasy Football Rankings for 2022

The First Expert USFL Consensus Rankings of 2022

Spring is almost here. Major League Baseball is officially happening and the MLB and NFL off-seasons have been nothing short of mind-boggling. Big name free agents and stars in both leagues have dominated our media airwaves and social media feeds for the better part of a month. This year feels a little different. Professional sports are moving forward with minimal COVID-related restrictions and it feels like we can finally just focus on the games again. To top it all off, we get spring football this year! The USFL is back and better than ever. Believe it or not we are a mere month away from having football grace our television screens on Sunday again. What better way to celebrate that than to put together some USFL Rankings.

USFL Rosters Are Taking Shape

The USFL has now wrapped up their initial and supplemental drafts and the majority of the USFL rosters have been selected. There are sure to be a few changes as we get into training camp and more free agents are signed. With that in mind, fellow USFL and football enthusiasts, Rodrigo Villagomez (@rjvillagomez), Adam Pelletier (@adampelletier) and Justin Mark ( @JMarkFootball) joined me (@MattMorse12) in developing our very first USFL consensus rankings. We ranked the quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends.

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Overall USFL Fantasy Football Consensus Rankings

Overall Rank All Players Adam Pelletier Rankings Justin Mark Rankings Rodrigo Villagomez Rankings Matthew Morse Rankings
1 Jordan Ta’amu 1 1 2 1
2 Bryan Scott 6 2 1 3
3 Kyle Sloter 4 4 17 2
4 Ben Holmes 2 3 16 8
5 Eli Lamar Rogers 5 12 3 5
6 De’Veon Smith 3 9 4 39
7 Clayton Thorson 18 5 22 11
8 Stevie Scott III 7 6 27 17
9 BJ Emmons 12 21 18 7
10 Kyle Lauletta 11 16 24 13
11 Shea Patterson 40 8 20 6
12 CJ Marable 19 7 13 45
13 Dalyn Dawkins 8 17 40 10
14 Mike Weber 61 20 44 18
15 Shawn Poindexter 54 14 63 12
16 Matt Colburn II 60 35 23 31
17 Alex McGough 10 15 25 9
18 Isaiah Zuber 68 18 76 19
19 Jordan Ellis 63 50 48 30
20 Larry Rose III 25 10 36 21
20 Victor Bolden Jr 20 24 32 16
22 Kavontae Turpin 36 19 15 23
23 Garrett Groshek 38 22 30 4
24 Darnell Holland 27 11 53 14
24 Quincy Adeboyejo 51 13 21 20
26 Devin Gray 66 25 12 15
27 Jonathan Abrams 65 42 77 46
28 Brennan Eagles 30 37 29 37
28 Nick Truesdell 26 32 11 64
30 Mark Thompson 29 34 42 38
31 Bug Howard 47 23 28 52
32 Jeff Badet 17 53 33 54
33 Juwan Washington 50 36 38 40
34 JoJo Ward 59 40 39 28
34 Jordan Suell 95 31 14 26
36 Trey Williams 49 48 6 68
37 J’Mon Moore 34 39 70 32
38 Brandon Barnes 45 45 35 53
39 Tony Brooks James 62 49 51 22
40 Matt Seybert 44 62 46 34
41 De’Quan Hampton 32 46 47 65
42 Teo Redding 9 91 9 82
43 Diondre Overton 84 52 31 29
44 Peyton Ramzy 64 41 19 73
45 Anthony Ratliff-Mitchell 23 55 87 33
46 Osirus Mitchell 52 27 85 35
47 Derrick Willies 102 30 43 25
48 Alonzo Moore 16 94 8 83
49 Johnnie DIxon 78 28 69 27
50 Branden Mack 58 26 65 55
51 Reggie Corbin 75 33 49 49
52 Paul Terry 28 86 5 89
53 Darrius Shepherd 43 54 71 41
54 Bailey Gaither 73 29 62 47
55 Darius Victor 13 83 37 84
56 Vinny Papale 53 68 26 71
57 Sal Cannella 71 63 34 51
58 Chad Williams 14 72 78 56
59 Maurice Alexander 42 66 55 61
60 Joseph Emmanuel Hall 77 43 81 24
60 Delvon Hardaway 86 69 10 60
62 Taywan Taylor 22 70 60 75
63 Tre Walker 41 56 67 66
64 Ray Bolden 72 58 41 62
65 De’Andre Johnson 56 61 UNR 105
66 Derrick DIllon 103 51 45 43
67 Paxton Lynch 55 59 57 74
68 Devwah Whaley 74 81 7 85
69 T.J. Logan Jr. 24 82 56 86
70 Jeffrey Thomas 83 44 86 36
71 Lance Lenoir 92 38 80 42
72 Jordan Lasley 79 67 50 57
73 Randy Sutterfield 37 71 79 76
74 Tyler Simmons 101 73 52 48
75 Cheyenne O’Grady 80 65 88 44
75 Braden Bowman 82 78 54 63
77 Cameron Scarlett 48 84 59 87
78 Marlon Williams 15 92 96 80
79 Cary Angeline 81 64 83 58
80 Chris Roland 21 90 97 79
81 Keith Mumphery 31 88 93 77
82 Christopher Platt Jr. 93 57 74 69
83 Kenji Bahar 57 74 64 103
83 John Franklin III 94 79 58 67
85 Joseph Magnifico 104 47 89 59
86 Manasseh Bailey 67 80 82 72
87 Jordan Chunn 39 85 90 88
88 La’Michael Pettway 88 100 75 50
89 Julian Allen 89 77 84 70
90 Josh Love 98 60 61 104
91 J’Mar Davis-Smith 96 75 66 102
92 Bobby Holly 76 87 91 90
93 Case Cookus 97 76 73 101
94 Connor Davis 33 99 UNR 96
95 Devin Ross 85 93 95 81
96 EJ Bibbs 46 102 UNR 93
97 Zach Smith 99 104 68 99
97 Tyler Palka 35 89 UNR UNR
99 Brady White 100 105 72 100
100 Marcus Baugh 70 96 UNR 91
101 Hunter Thedford 69 103 UNR 97
102 Justin Johnson 87 95 UNR 92
103 Sage Surratt 90 97 UNR 94
104 Artayvvious Lynn 91 101 UNR 98
105 Jacob Williams 105 98 UNR 95

Quarterbacks Dominate the Top 10

Quarterbacks dominate the top half of our expert’s consensus rankings. This likely comes as a surprise to no one. Football is a quarterback-driven game even on the biggest stage and having a serviceable quarterback will likely be even more important for teams looking to make their mark on the 2022 USFL season. Six of our consensus top 10 players will be leading the offensive assault for their respective teams. A few position players snuck into the top 10 of our consensus rankings. Most notably, Eli Rogers comes in as our consensus ranked number five overall player and number one wider receiver.

It is likely that, just like the NFL, the teams that see the best performances out of their quarterbacks will be sitting atop the USFL standings as the season rolls on. For fantasy football purposes, landing a top-flight quarterback option likely will be the difference between dominating your league and being a cellar dweller by season’s end. Let’s dive in and take a closer look at our top-ranked Quarterbacks.

Quarterback USFL Fantasy Football Consensus Rankings: Which QB will be the face of the league?

Position Rank QBs Adam Pelletier Rankings Justin Mark Rankings Rodrigo Villagomez Rankings Matthew Morse Rankings
1 Jordan Ta’amu 1 1 2 1
2 Bryan Scott 4 2 1 3
3 Kyle Sloter 3 4 4 2
4 Ben Holmes 2 3 3 5
5 Shea Patterson 8 6 5 4
6 Clayton Thorson 7 5 6 7
7 Alex McGough 5 7 8 6
8 Kyle Lauletta 6 8 7 8
9 Paxton Lynch 9 9 10 9
10 De’Andre Johnson 10 11 9 16
11 Kenji Bahar 11 12 12 14
12 J’Mar Davis-Smith 12 13 13 13
13 Josh Love 14 10 11 15
13 Case Cookus 13 14 16 12
15 Brady White 16 16 15 11
15 Zach Smith 15 15 14 10

 

Jordan Ta’amu QB1 and First overall

Jordan Ta’amu not only comes in as our number 1 ranked QB but also our number 1 ranked player overall. If you have been following the USFL up until this point, this probably comes as no surprise. Ta’amu has been an explosive quarterback everywhere he has played. In two seasons as the starter for Ole Miss (2017-2018) he racked up 5,600 yards, 30 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Ta’amu went on to be the starting QB for the St. Louis Battlehawks of the XFL. If passing touchdowns weren’t enough for you, Ta’amu is likely good for 450 rushing yards and 5 rushing touchdowns this USFL season. Those are the kind of numbers that win you a fantasy season even if you have a few hiccups along the way.

Bryan Scott: A Fan Favorite and a Close Second

Bryan Scott came in as our consensus number two overall quarterback and number two overall player. Scott is talented, experienced and has a history of dominating spring football leagues. That bodes well for his USFL success. Scott really started to perform up to his potential in college when he took the SCIAC by storm and was named the first-team all-conference quarterback. The accolades didn’t stop there for Scott who would win the starting quarterback job for the Generals of the Spring League (TSL) in 2020, and go to lead the generals to an undefeated season and a championship. Scott would go on to be named the TSL MVP and the MVP of the Spring League Championship game in 2020. Bryan Scott has a lot to offer and a lot of folks are excited about this Philadelphia Stars Offense.

The Rest of the Signal Callers

Kyle Sloter

Our rankings put Kyle Sloter as the 3rd overall player and 3rd ranked quarterback among our experts. Sloter split his time in college between Southern Miss and Northern Colorado where his senior year as the full time starting quarterback threw for 2,656 yards, 29 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Larry Fedora could be the key to an offensive juggernaut for the Breakers. He never quite stuck with an NFL team but flashed potential in the 2017 NFL preseason when he threw for 13 yards, 3 touchdowns and no interceptions for the Denver Broncos. He led the league that preseason with a passer rating of 125.4.

https://twitter.com/USFLBreakers/status/1496279613865005061?s=20&t=saxJ9Nx3OR28SvX31KtWRA

Ben Holmes

In two years as the starter for Tarleton St., Ben Holmes (OVR 4, QB4) led the Texans to a 23-2 record and was electrifying his senior season when he passed for 3,338 yards and 34 touchdowns to only 3 interceptions. Holmes had a ton of college success but is still a raw athlete with upside. He as a 500 yard rushing season under his belt, doing so for Tarleton in 2018.

https://twitter.com/USFLGenerals/status/1496276534952300545?s=20&t=JZ0V0KEILQ7ST7Xeu2uaiA

Clayton Thorson

Clayton Thorson (OVR 11, QB5) is a traditional pocket passer. Thorson started 53 consecutive games as the quarterback at Northwestern which is the most ever for a Big Ten quarterback. He also happens to be tied with Colt McCoy for the most ever in all of the Power Five conferences. In four years as the starter Thorson amassed 35 wins, over 10,000 passing yards, 991 completions, and 61 passing touchdowns (all Northwestern records). Look for Thorson to be a steadying presence for the Gamblers.

https://twitter.com/USFLGamblers/status/1496278013020753920?s=20&t=JZ0V0KEILQ7ST7Xeu2uaiA

Shea Patterson

The USFL community was shocked that Patterson (OVR 11, QB5) went ahead of players like Jordan Ta’amu. He is an exceptional pocket passer and a great leader. He ended his career seventh on Michigan’s all-time passing yardage leaderboard, passing Tom Brady in the process. The Panthers added one Paxton Lynch to the QB room later in the draft to serve as the backup quarterback to Patterson. Patterson may be able to do just fine in the USFL but our ranker just had a hard time buying his upside given his limited rushing ability. I recommend looking elsewhere to fill your QB spot.

Alex McGough

Alex McGough (OVR 17, QB7) is a dual threat quarterback. Skip Holtz must be excited to get the chance to utilize his skillset this season. McGough has a strong arm and has no problem maneuvering out of the pocket to make throws on the run. He is more than capable of fitting the ball in tight windows. McGough has familiarity with a read option offense and will likely be asked to utilize his legs in the USFL.

Kyle Lauletta

Kyle Lauletta (OVR 10, QB8) started for Richmond for three years and set school records while throwing for 10,465 yards and 73 touchdowns. He was named the Senior Bowl MVP in 2018 when he threw for 198 yards and three touchdowns in the game. Lauletta now looks to lead the Pittsburgh Maulers to the promise land of the USFL. Landing with Kirby Wilson must feel good for Lauletta who can rest easy knowing the Maulers will feature a prominent power running game and utilizing play action passes extensively.

Running Back USFL Fantasy Football Consensus Rankings: Who’s getting the rock?

Position Rank RBs Adam Pelletier Rankings Justin Mark Rankings Rodrigo Villagomez Rankings Matthew Morse Rankings
1 De’Veon Smith 1 3 1 12
2 Stevie Scott III 2 1 8 5
3 BJ Emmons 4 8 6 2
4 CJ Marable 6 2 5 14
5 Dalyn Dawkins 3 6 13 3
6 Garrett Groshek 12 9 9 1
7 Darnell Holland 9 5 19 4
8 Mike Weber 18 7 15 6
9 Matt Colburn II 17 12 7 10
10 Mark Thompson 11 11 14 11
11 Trey Williams 15 14 3 16
11 Juwan Washington 16 13 12 13
13 Jordan Ellis 20 16 16 9
14 Tony Brooks James 19 15 18 8
15 Reggie Corbin 22 10 17 15
16 Larry Rose III 8 4 10 7
17 Darius Victor 5 19 11 17
18 Paul Terry 10 21 2 22
19 Devwah Whaley 21 17 4 18
20 T.J. Logan Jr. 7 18 20 19
21 Cameron Scarlett 14 22 21 20
22 Jordan Chunn 13 23 22 21
23 Bobby Holly 23 20 23 23

Who is RB1?: The Maulers Have Two Candidates

Interestingly enough, we have two running backs from the Pittsburgh Maulers ranked in our top 6 running backs. Maybe this is not a surprise since most anticipate the Maulers to have an elite and maybe the best running game in the league. Kirby Wilson is well known long time running backs coach in the NFL and loves the ground and pound scheme.

Where there continues to be question marks is whether or not there will be enough work to go around to sustain production for both De’Veon Smith (OVR 6, RB1) and Groshek (OVR 23, RB6) Smith played his college ball for Michigan Wolverines from 2013 to 2016. Smith was Michigan’s leading rusher in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Groshek was also drafted by the Kirby Wilson-led Maulers. Kirby Wilson is a former long time running backs coach that has been a part of several successful run-heavy offenses. Groshek is a bruising running back that will run downhill and run right through you. There is a good chance he sees the majority of the running back work for the Maulers but even if he doesn’t, he is likely to see the majority of the goal line work.

Which Other Running Backs Did Our Rankers Favor?

Stevie Scott III

Stevie Scott III (OVR 8, RB2) was selected by Jeff Fisher and the Michigan Panthers to be the lead back of this pro style offense. He was incredibly productive during his time at Indiana where he was named Second-Team All-Big Ten in 2020 after leading Indiana in rushing yards with 586. He is one of only three Hoosiers to score ten or more rushing touchdowns in three consecutive seasons.

BJ Emmons

Before sustaining a season-ending injury, BJ Emmons (OVR 9, RB3) rushed for 173 yards and a touchdown for Alabama in 2016. He then transferred and played for Hutchinson Community college and Florida Atlantic for the 2019 and 2020 seasons. In two years at Florida Atlantic Emmons produced 353 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns on 88 attempts. He is known as an exceptional pass blocker which makes his selection by a Todd Haley-led pass-first offense make perfect sense.

CJ Marable

CJ Marable (OVR 12, RB4) will be leading the backfield for the Birmingham Stallions and comes in as our consensus ranked 4th running back. His college years were spent at Coastal Carolina were he totaled over 3,300 scrimmage yards. He was known as a dual threat and an excellent receiver out of the backfield. Clearly our rankers are intrigued by his ability to be used in both phases of the game and are looking for him to continue to have value in the passing game in addition to being the lead running back for the Stallions

https://twitter.com/TorranceMarable/status/1452749993832505346?s=20&t=oSKvoWVX2fcNpr9Y1KGi_w

Dalyn Dawkins

Look for Dalyn Dawkins (OVR 13, RB5) to lead the backfield for the Houston Gamblers and see a lot of opportunities to touch the ball. Likely a traditional pro-style offense with Clayton Thorson at the helm, there will likely be a concerted effort made to establish the run early and often. Dawkins player for both Purdie and Colorado State University in college. He originally transferred because Purdue was so pass heavy. This has created some lingering questions as to his commitment to be a three down back and contribute on passing downs.

Regardless, his talent is serious and he comes in ranked as our consensus 5th ranked running back. Dawkins finished his career at Colorado State University as the third all-time leading rusher with 3,185 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns. He has spent some time in the NFL with the Titan and Lions but has no seen extensive playing time. He’ll look to reestablish himself as a professional running back with the USFL.

https://twitter.com/USFLGamblers/status/1496559029552033792?s=20&t=oSKvoWVX2fcNpr9Y1KGi_w

Wide Receiver USFL Fantasy Football Consensus Rankings: Which Receivers will flourish?

Position Rank WRs Adam Pelletier Rankings Justin Mark Rankings Rodrigo Villagomez Rankings Matthew Morse Rankings
1 Eli Lamar Rogers 1 1 1 1
2 Kavontae Turpin 15 5 7 7
3 Quincy Adeboyejo 20 2 9 6
4 Devin Gray 28 7 5 3
5 Shawn Poindexter 23 3 25 2
6 Jeff Badet 6 24 14 25
7 Isaiah Zuber 30 4 32 5
8 Victor Bolden Jr 7 6 13 4
9 Derrick Willies 45 12 17 9
10 Osirus Mitchell 21 9 39 16
11 Peyton Ramzy 26 18 8 37
12 Bailey Gaither 32 11 24 23
13 Anthony Ratliff-Mitchell 10 26 41 15
14 Darrius Shepherd 19 25 30 19
15 Maurice Alexander 18 30 21 30
16 Chad Williams 3 36 34 27
17 Jonathan Abrams 27 19 33 22
18 Brennan Eagles 11 14 11 18
19 Tre Walker 17 27 27 32
20 Lance Lenoir 40 15 36 20
21 Jeffrey Thomas 36 21 40 17
22 JoJo Ward 25 17 15 12
23 Jordan Suell 43 13 6 10
23 J’Mon Moore 13 16 29 14
25 Randy Sutterfield 16 35 35 38
26 Tyler Simmons 44 37 20 24
27 Johnnie DIxon 34 10 28 11
28 Branden Mack 24 8 26 26
29 Diondre Overton 37 23 12 13
30 Christopher Platt Jr. 41 28 31 34
31 Marlon Williams 4 43 48 43
32 Teo Redding 2 46 3 45
33 Joseph Emmanuel Hall 33 20 37 8
33 Alonzo Moore 5 45 2 46
35 Vinny Papale 22 32 10 35
36 Delvon Hardaway 39 33 4 29
36 Taywan Taylor 9 34 23 39
38 Ray Bolden 31 29 16 31
38 Derrick DIllon 46 22 18 21
40 Jordan Lasley 35 31 19 28
41 Devin Ross 38 44 45 44
42 Chris Roland 8 42 42 42
43 John Franklin III 42 38 22 33
43 Keith Mumphery 12 40 43 40
45 Tyler Palka 14 41 44 41
46 Manasseh Bailey 29 39 38 36

The Wide Receivers to Target

Eli Rogers and Shawn Poindexter are two of the most popular receivers going into the 2022 USFL season. They both project to lead the receiving corps of high powered offenses and have the pedigree and size to put up huge numbers. It is no surprise our rankers felt they belonged near the top of the wide receiver list. The top 5 wide receivers round out to be Rogers, Turpin, Quincy Adeboyejo, Devin Gray and Poindexter. I highly recommend landing one of these guys who all project to be significantly ahead of the pack in terms of fantasy WR production.

Eli Rogers (OVR 5, WR1) was the clear consensus number one receiver among our rankers and the only positional player to crack the top 5. Rogers will likely will be relied upon by Todd Haley as a consistent chain-mover in the slot and could be an absolute target monster.

Missed Out on Eli Rogers? Draft Shawn Poindexter (OVR 15, WR5)

Poindexter is a huge receiver that fits the mold of a WR1 that can win and make contested catches. Our Rankers have him as the fifth wide receiver but that could be his floor in this Breakers’ offense. He stands at 6-5 and 213 pounds. It is well known that there is a strong correlation between quarterback and wide receiver performance in fantasy football. With Sloter projected to have an excellent year, you can bet that his WR1 will be on the receiving end of more than his fair share of his success.

Tight End USFL Fantasy Football Consensus Rankings: Who will set themselves apart?

Position Rank TEs Adam Pelletier Rankings Justin Mark Rankings Rodrigo Villagomez Rankings Matthew Morse Rankings
1 Nick Truesdell 1 2 1 10
2 Bug Howard 7 1 2 5
3 Brandon Barnes 5 3 4 6
4 De’Quan Hampton 2 4 6 11
5 Matt Seybert 4 6 5 1
8 Sal Cannella 10 7 3 4
11 Cary Angeline 12 8 9 7
7 Cheyenne O’Grady 11 9 11 2
10 Braden Bowman 13 12 7 9
6 La’Michael Pettway 15 10 8 3
9 Joseph Magnifico 19 5 12 8
15 Julian Allen 16 11 10 12
14 Connor Davis 3 17 17 18
16 Marcus Baugh 9 14 14 13
11 EJ Bibbs 6 18 13 15
16 Hunter Thedford 8 19 18 19
19 Justin Johnson 14 13 19 14
13 Sage Surratt 17 15 15 16
18 Artayvvious Lynn 18 20 16 20
20 Jacob Williams 20 16 20 17

Tight End Can Be Tricky: Who Should Be the First Off The Board?

Our Rankers felt Nick Truesdell (OVR 28, TE1) was deserving of the top spot in our tight end rankings. This is not entirely surprising given his incredible plethora of professional football experience. Truesdell has seen more than his fair share of professional football reps making appearances in the IFL, AFL, AAF, XFL, and even the NFL on a limited basis. His most impressive season came in 2014 when playing in the IFL for the Colorado Ice and Bemidji Axemen. He managed to catch 28 passes for 402 yards and 9 touchdowns.

Other Tight Ends Likely To Set Themselves Apart

De’Quan Hampton (OVR 41, TE4) is known for being a big bodied tight end with good route running skills and sure hands. He has a huge wingspan and a large catch radius. He played his college ball at USC and spent the 2020 season in the XFL with the Los Angeles Wildcats. Hampton comes in raked within the top 5 of our consensus top 5 tight end rankings but he clearly possess the ability to take over the number one spot. In addition, he found himself on what looks to be a high power vertical passing Bandits’ offense. Hampton is known more as a receiver and has been known to split out wide. It would not surprise anyone if he spent more time in the slot than he did as an in-line tight end. Ta’amu projects to be chucking it all over the field and Hampton will likely benefit.

Matt Seybert: Think Darren Waller

Matt Seybert’s (OVR 40, TE5) story is truly amazing. He was a walk on tight end at Michigan state and did not even start until his senior season. He was not invited to the NFL combine and had to hold is own “pro day” on Twitter to show off his skills to the world. The Maulers are going to be led by Kirby Wilson who believes in a run first approach and often employs formations that included more than one tight end. This bodes well for Seybert who is like to see a lot of playing time and run a lot of routes.

Kirby Wilson was part of an offensive staff for the Las Vegas Raiders in 2019 and 2020 that saw TE Darren Waller have multiple breakout campaigns with 115+ targets and 90+ receptions, Wilson has seen how a team can be successful with an elite RB and TE combination and I would expect him to attempt the replicate that success with Seybert in the fold.

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Make sure you check SGPN regularly for updates to our 2022 USFL positional rankings and for all things USFL.

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