Nationality
usaUnited States
Position
Running back
College
Washington St
DraftPick
41
DraftRound
6
DraftYear
2024
Hometown
Arvada,CO
Current Team
STL

Battlehawks Max Borghi

Max Borghi is a dynamic running back with a notable college career at Washington State University, where he became a key player for the Cougars. During his tenure at Washington State, Borghi amassed impressive stats, including a standout sophomore season where he tallied 1,435 all-purpose yards and 16 touchdowns, earning him accolades and recognition within the Pac-12 conference. Prior to joining the XFL in 2023, Borghi showcased his versatility and playmaking ability, as he combined for over 2,700 rushing yards and 32 touchdowns in his collegiate career. In the 2023 XFL season, Borghi has continued to demonstrate his skill set, proving to be a valuable asset for his team both on the ground and through the air. Fans appreciate Borghi’s agility, vision, and consistent performance, which contribute significantly to the excitement of XFL games.

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    by Patrick Rifino on April 6, 2024 at 5:32 pm

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    by Matthew Nagashima on March 29, 2024 at 1:58 am

    As the new-look Houston Roughnecks kick off the 2024 UFL season, there’s a lot for Houston fans to look forward to. The USFL’s Houston Gamblers have been rolled over into the UFL as the Roughnecks, and they’re poised to… The post Longtime NFL Coach Curtis Johnson Primed to Lead Roughnecks to Success first appeared on UFL News Hub.

  • A Growing Trend: Manny Bunch and Davis Cheek Join the Growing List of Retiring Spring League Players
    by Patrick Rifino on March 24, 2024 at 12:15 am

    In a non-traditional offseason coupled with plenty of surprises from coaching changes, league rules and everything in between. Something that may have not been accounted for was the sudden influx of retirements from some of the UFL’s better players.… The post A Growing Trend: Manny Bunch and Davis Cheek Join the Growing List of Retiring Spring League Players first appeared on UFL News Hub.


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