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Full roster of generals: New Jersey roster for 2022 USFL season

The New Jersey Generals will take to the field for the first time since 1985 this weekend when the second iteration of the USFL kicks off in Birmingham.

The league will feature eight teams, all drawn from the 1980s USFL, and will play a 10-game regular season. Although neither team will play an actual home game, with each game taking place at Legion Field and Protective Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama, presumably to reduce league overhead.

The teams all have familiar names and this story is a series on DKNation that examines the roster composition of each of the eight teams in the league’s new season. This one in particular is about the New Jersey generals.

The team has 47 players on its roster with names football fans might be familiar with. One of the more familiar faces is Alonzo Moore who played WR for Nebraska during his college years. He also spent time in the NFL, AAF and XFL. He was also the first WR selected in the USFL draft earlier this year.

At quarterback, the team has Luis Perez as a likely starter, who won a Division II national title at Texas A&M Commerce in 2017. He was undrafted but spent time on three separate practice squads of the NFL. He also played the starting quarterback for the AAF and XFL.

Especially for college football fans, this coaching staff is very familiar. Former Oregon State and Nebraska head coach Mike Riley leads the Generals. He spent time in both the AAF as a head coach and the XFL as an offensive coordinator. He will be assisted by Bob Diaco as defensive line coach. He was brilliant as Notre Dame’s defensive coordinator before going to UConn as the team’s head coach and hasn’t been the same since.

List of New Jersey generals

OFFENSE No. POS AGE excluding tax WT UNIVERSITY
OFFENSE No. POS AGE excluding tax WT UNIVERSITY
Alonzo Moore 13 WR 29 6’1″ 195 pounds Nebraska
Ben Holmes 2 QC 27 6’0″ 215 pounds Tarleton State
Braedon Archer 80 AND 28 6’4″ 235 pounds Southern Alabama
Brandon Haskin 76 LO 6’3″ 315 pounds State of Tennessee
calvin ashley 71 J 6’6″ 310 pounds Florida A&M
carson williams 88 AND 6’5″ 254 pounds Western Kentucky
Christopher Platt Jr. 18 WR 5’11” 172 pounds Baylor
Darius Victor 27 RB 5’8″ 209 pounds Towson
Darrius Berger ten WR 26 5’10” 185 pounds North Dakota State
De’Andre Johnson 1 QC 6’2″ 188 pounds south texas
Evan Heim 69 LO 25 6’3″ 305 pounds Minnesota-Mankato State
Garrett McGhin 51 J 27 6’5″ 320 pounds East Carolina
J’Mon Moore 6 WR 26 6’2″ 226 pounds Missouri
Jake Lacina 68 LO 25 6’4″ 300 pounds Augustane (SD)
KaVontae Turpin 5 WR 5’9″ 155 pounds TOS
mike brown 57 g 6’4″ 320 pounds West Virginia
Michael Weber 9 RB 24 5’10” 211 pounds ohio state
Nick Truesdell 85 AND 32 6’6″ 252 pounds Grand Rapids CC (MI)
Randy Satterfield 81 WR 26 6’4″ 210 pounds College of Lyon (AR)
Robert Myers 70 LO 6’5″ 325 pounds State of Tennessee
Terry Poole 72 J 30 6’5″ 325 pounds San Diego State
Trey Williams 3 RB 29 5’11” 230 pounds Texas A&M
DEFENSE POS AGE excluding tax WT UNIVERSITY
Angelo Garbutt 49 KG 25 6’2″ 232 pounds state of missouri
Bryson Young 56 OF 24 6’5″ 250 pounds Oregon
Chris Orr 45 KG 24 6’0″ 227 pounds Wisconsin
christian tutt 22 BC 5’11” 185 pounds Auburn
D’Juan Hines 4 KG 27 6’1″ 235 pounds Houston
David RiversIII 8 BC 27 6’1″ 185 pounds Youngstown State
De’Vante Bausby 41 BC 29 6’0″ 190 pounds Pittsburgh State (KS)
By Juan Neal 26 BC 6’0″ 190 pounds Shepherd (WV)
Destiny Vaeao 97 DT 28 6’4″ 301 pounds washington state
Deyon Sizer 0 OF 25 6’4″ 280 pounds CSU Pueblo
Dravon Askew-Henry 7 S 26 6’0″ 203 pounds West Virginia
Kalani Vakameilalo 98 DT 25 6’3″ 322 pounds Oregon State
Kolin Hill 55 OF 6’2″ 235 pounds Texas technology
Mike Bell 12 S 6’2″ 210 pounds Fresno State
Paris-Ford 24 S 23 6’0″ 190 pounds Pittsburgh
Shalom Louani 25 S 27 6’0″ 201 pounds washington state
Tim Walton Jr. 15 KG 6’2″ 230 pounds south texas
Toby Johnson 90 DT 30 6’4″ 320 pounds Georgia
Trae Elston ten BC 28 6’0″ 184 pounds Ole Miss
Rendering Tyshun 99 OF 25 6’3″ 255 pounds state of central tennessee
SPECIAL TEAMS POS AGE excluding tax WT UNIVERSITY
Brock Miller 19 K 31 6’0″ 195 pounds Southern Utah
Nick Rose 11 K 27 5’11” 178 pounds Texas
Scott Flanick 89 LS 6’1″ 235 pounds Army