Nationality
usaUnited States
Position
Cornerback
College
Kansas St
DraftYear
2024
Current Team
BIRM

Stallions Eli Walker

Eli Walker is a talented wide receiver hailing from Kansas State University, and he is making waves in the USFL. Standing at 6 feet tall and weighing 190 pounds, Walker brings a dangerous combination of speed and agility to the field. His precise route running and excellent hands make him a reliable target for his quarterbacks. During his college career, Walker showcased his skills by recording over 1,000 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns in his senior year alone. Now, he is ready to take his game to the professional level and make a significant impact in the USFL.

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  • Stallions Sign Safety/Linebacker A.J. Thomas 
    by Sam Just on February 15, 2024 at 2:30 pm

    Aj Thomas is a name that may not ring any bells for your casual NFL fan, chances if you’re reading this…that title doesn’t apply to you. You my friend are a part of the spring football crowd, where one-time… The post Stallions Sign Safety/Linebacker A.J. Thomas  first appeared on UFL News Hub.

  • Stallions Sign Ten Players in a Flurry of Moves from the New League
    by Sam Just on January 20, 2024 at 9:41 pm

    The Stallions have continued to sign players in an effort to bring in the top 75 UFL players they can assemble. In that process less than a week after selecting 11 players in the Super Dispersal Draft, they have… The post Stallions Sign Ten Players in a Flurry of Moves from the New League first appeared on UFL News Hub.

  • Birmingham Stallions Come Away Victorious in UFL Dispersal Draft
    by Sam Just on January 11, 2024 at 1:10 am

    The Stallions selected 11 players in the 2024 UFL Dispersal draft who were they and how do they fit? The post Birmingham Stallions Come Away Victorious in UFL Dispersal Draft first appeared on UFL News Hub.


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