With the 2024 regular season in the books, let take a look ahead for the teams not in the big dance with a way to early mock draft.
- Frankfurt (2-14) – Trade down. Frankfurt’s roster isn’t in to bad of shape, trading down will net them some needed extra picks without compromising to much.
- Tampa Bay(WTX) (13-3) – DT Michael Dent. It’s not often you see a top player in their respective position group have a 100 WE, but that’s exactly what Dent has. It’ll be hard to pass him up knowing that he has excellent strength, and is solid in all other meaningful attritubutes.
- San Francisco(TRI) (14-2) – QB William Traylor. Traylor lit up the college ranks and is primed to be the successor of future hall of famer Frank Oliver.
- Colorado (4-12) – WR Billy Diaz. A natural speedster, Diaz can stretch the field and can make would be tacklers miss. He could use some work in the catching department, but his high work ethic makes up for that.
- Manchester (4-12) – FS Mark Box. Not the fastest in his class, but the most pro ready FS available. Box has a high work ethic, and could be a day one starter for Manchester.
- Zurich (5-11) – DE Troy Bliss
- Washington (5-11) – SS Jason Duncan
- Carisle(POR) (13-3) – CB Larry Warren
- Georgia (6-10) – OT William Jones
- Philadelphia (6-10)- CB Jorge Quinn
- Orlando (6-10) – OC Paul Ziegler
- Nebraska (6-10) – OT Stephen Ogden
- London (6-10) – DT Trinidad Spence
- Cincinnati (6-10) – OG Andrew Reid
- Zurich (NJ) (5-11) – WR Kenneth Hunter
- Las Vegas (7-9) – DE Amos Nutter
- Costa Rica (8-8) – Trade Pick
- San Francisco (SIC) (14-2) – RB Danny Maas
- Carisle (WIS) (13-3) – LB Willie Rawlins
- San Diego (10-6) – OG Luis Rauch
First Team: Frank Oliver, San Francisco Hammerheads
Second Team: Rogelio Park, St. Louis Stallions
Third Team: Samuel Henderson, Wisconsin Warhawks
First Team: Alec Williams, Carisle Blue Demons
Second Team: Zack Lemons, New Jersey Bayhawks
Third Team: Willie Weston, Tampa Bay Sentinels
First Team: Charles Pittman, Wisconsin Warhawks
Second Team: Loren Dawkins, West Hampstead Mercurials
Third Team: Timothy Rosario, London Bulldogs
First Team: Jason Ludwig, San Francisco Hammerheads and Charles Fonseca, St. Louis Stallions
Second Team: Joel Hutto, Birmingham Bulls and Shawn Levine, Cincinnati Predators
Third Team: Walter Kenyon, Las Vegas Scorpions and Zachery Wiggens, Houston Pride
First Team: Edmond Chamberlin, San Francisco Hammerheads
Second Team: Dale Rodriguez, Houston Pride
Third Team: Wesley Sharkey, Birmingham Bulls
First Team: John Muhammad, West Hampstead Mercurials
Second Team: Darnell Gruber, Birmingham Bulls
Third Team: Ronald Savage, Ohio Cardinals
First Team: Tracy Abernathy, Costa Rica Howlers
Second Team: Ray Lacroix, Ohio Cardinals
Third Team: Theodore Leeper, New Jersey Bayhawks
First Team: Tommy Stubbs, Iowa Renegades and Anthony Sheldon, Ohio Cardinals
Second Team: Mark Norris, Birmingham Bulls and Roger Lilly, Orlando Dragons
Third Team: Glenn Zeller, St. Louis Stallions and Douglas Inman, Wisconsin Warhawks
First Team: Rocky Barrett, Houston Pride
Second Team: Michael Henry, Cincinnati Predators
Third Team: Curtis Shaver, St. Louis Stallions
First Team: William Peter, St. Louis Stallions and Harley McClanahan, St. Louis Stallions
Second Team: James Moore, Wisconsin Warhawks and Chris Whitley, New Jersey Bayhawks
Third Team: James Bowers, Houston Pride and Christopher Ramirez, Portland Reavers
First Team: Leandro Clemons, Colorado Mustangs and Tyree Wallace, San Francisco Hammerheads
Second Team: Mark Horvath, Nebraska Plainsmen and Zachary Bateman, St. Louis Stallions
Third Team: Phil Gonzales, Birmingham Bulls and Daniel Bowser, Philadelphia Bombers
First Team: Charles Dixon, San Francisco Hammerheads, Maurice Martin, London Bulldogs, and Ryan Barnette, Houston Pride
Second Team: Jamie Butterfield, Wisconsin Warhawks, Kyle Hagen Tampa Bay Sentinels, and Kenneth Christenson, Wisconsin Warhawks
Third Team: Eric Ward, Carisle Blue Demons, Aaron Harris, Las Vegas Scorpions and Jesse Snell, Birmingham Bulls
First Team: Walter Ortiz, Iowa Renegades and Alex Morrissey, Cincinnati Predators
Second Team: Steve Alvarez, Philadelphia Bombers and Martin Embry, Birmingham Bulls
Third Team: Frank Hatchett, Manchester Maulers and Derrick Knight, Wisconsin Warhawks
First Team: Ignacio Voss, Washington Freebirds
Second Team: Ray English, New Jersey Bayhawks
Third Team: Terrance Cardoza, Nebraska Plainsmen
First Team: Kenneth Hornsby, Trinidad Sharks
Second Team: Darron McAlister, New York Knights
Third Team: Lester Gonzalez, San Diego Raptors
First Team: Daniel Sims, Birmingham Bulls
Second Team: Stephen Shearer, Carisle Blue Demons
Third Team: Paul Shannon, Houston Pride
First Team: Damion Mitchel, Ohio Cardinals
Second Team: Earl Zamora, Frankfurt Vampires
Third Team: Michael Fritz, Washington Freebirds
First Team: Shawn Rubin, Ohio Cardinals
Second Team: Nicholas Robinson, Birmingham Bulls
Third Team: Thomas Bingham, Chicago Wolves
First Team: Lee Rodriguez, Chicago Wolves
Second Team: Jason Ludwig, San Francisco Hammerheads
Third Team: Anthony McFarland, Colorado Mustangs
First Team: Joel Hutto, Birmingham Bulls
Second Team: Jason Ludwig, San Francisco Hammerheads
Third Team: William Atchison, Houston Pride
Here’s a quick top 5 seniors from Oregon who will be entering the 2024 CFA Draft.
OL Peter Robertson – 6’7, 302 LBS
22 year old Robertson has shown stunning strength and solid blocking skills all year which have led to 69 pancakes and 0 sacks allowed. Despite being north of 300 pounds, Robertson has great endurance, rarely taking a play off. Although he has great endurance, his speed is a bit lacking and has questionable leadership and maturity issues.
WR Roberto Simpson – 6’6, 214 LBS
Roberto Simpson flashes quick feet and lighting speed when running routes, and has shown to have good hands. Simpson had a seven game streak of catching a touchdown. Simpson has shown he is willing to block in the run game and has great height, a great goal line pass catcher.
RB Willie Strain – 5’11, 192 LBS
The track star turned running back Willie Strain boast unnatural speed. Strain has nearly as good as agility as he does speed, making for one shifty player. Decent hands makes Strain a threat as a pass catching back. He has had problems staying on the field and is currently nursing a pulled hamstring.
SS Eric Goff – 6’1, 207 LBS
Goff is good in just about everything you need him to be good at, not a stand out star but a solid player. He has excellent speed and great endurance. Eric Goff likely won’t be a round one selection, or day one starter, but can add solid depth.
FS Jaime Hanson – 6’0, 178 LBS
Hanson is considered on the lighter side, but he makes up for it in his good agility and speed. A solid tackler, and a ball hawk. The fifth-year senior and proven to have a fantastic work ethic.