Former SEC Players to Watch in the UFL

The UFL is a newly formed professional spring football league which kicks off its season on Saturday, March 30th. The UFL is a merge of the XFL and USFL and will showcase some top SEC talent of years past. In this article, we spotlight some names that you may see as familiar when they take the field for their respective clubs under one week from today.

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Birmingham Stallions

Slade Bolden (Alabama Crimson Tide) – The former Tide wide receiver had some key moments during his time with the Tide and was a member of two national championship teams before brief stints with the Falcons and Ravens in the pre-season in the NFL and ultimately being out of the league due to injury.

This could be a great chance for Bolden to show what he can do to re-emerge in the NFL.

Matt Corral (Ole Miss Rebels) – The former Rebels quarterback will be just that for the defending 2023 XFL champion, Stallions. Corral had a strong career for the Rebels and was the teams starting quarterback in his final two seasons.

Corral spent the last few seasons in the NFL after being drafted by the Carolina Panthers in 2021.