Robinson spent his college years at the University of Cincinnati, before transferring to Bowling Green. In 2022, he made nine starts in 13 games, earning 2022 first-team PFF All-MAC honors. Robinson also had a stint with the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders this spring, and now joins the Houston Gamblers.
The Birmingham Stallions made their first official offseason signing of a free agent, bringing in Gray Davis to bolster the offensive line.
Stallions have brought in their first offseason addition: OL Gray Davis. Davis started at G for CSU in ‘22. Was Honorable Mention All-Mountain West at Nevada in ‘21. @zachpotter434 already strengthening OL after losing Cole Schneider. Welcome @graydavis73! pic.twitter.com/0D9tH7YRU7
Wells was part of an outstanding offensive line at UAB. In 2022, he earned First Team All-Conference USA honors, starting in all 13 games for the school. Additionally, UAB’s line only allowed four sacks in 2020, which was the fourth best stat-line in the entire nation.
Lytle played for Duke and Colorado during his college career, making the most of his senior year at Duke. He started in all 13 games at both right and left guard, and was a 2022 Academic All-ACC selection.
Myers played for TCU, before transferring to Memphis for his final season. He earned 2022 Fourth-Team All-AAC Team honors with the team this past year, starting in all 12 games.
As the USFL offseason continues, expect plenty more moves to be made from all eight organizations. There are many two year contracts from 2022 which are expiring, so we’ll have to keep a close eye on those athletes as the months go by.
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