While the NFL and CFL will be able to draw from the XFL’s pool of players as early as Monday, here are a few players who could find takers according to Kevin Seifert of ESPN.
Heading the list is Houston Roughnecks duo P.J. Walker and Cam Phillips.
After only five weeks of activity, Walker, quarterback, collected 1338 yards and threw 15 touchdown passes. He is a former NFL veteran, having been on the practice team of the Indians Colts in the 2017 and 2018 campaigns.
His target of choice, Cam Phillips has also attracted attention in the XFL. The receiver led the league with 455 yards and nine touchdowns in five games. The Virginia Tech alumnus had been ignored in the NFL draft.
The St. Louis BattleHawks and Los Angeles Wildcats quarters could also be on some teams’ radar.
Jordan Ta’amu has been best known for his accuracy with a 72% pass completions rate.
For the Wildcats, Josh Johnson had to miss a game but still recorded 11 touchdown passes. The Detroit Lions would have been interested in his services in the previous season due to injuries.
The Dallas Renegades could see their winger Donald Parham and marauder Derron Smith playing in the NFL.
Parham collected 307 yards, four touchdowns in 24 catches. Smith made 16 tackles and one interception. He was a sixth-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2015.
Always on defense, Jamar Summers did not go unnoticed by the New York Guardians. The cornerback made 16 tackles and one interception.
For Marc Trestman’s team, the Tampa Bay Vipers could see their blocker Martez Ivey and receiver Dan Williams sign new contracts. In Williams’ case, he finished the season with 338 yards and a major.