BANDITS TRIVIA

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In 1984 the Bandits had the longest wait to make their first selection on draft day.  Having traded away their first and second round choices, they had to wait until Round 3 (the 57th pick overall) to make a choice.
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The 1984 USFL Draft consisted of 19 rounds, down from 24 the year before.
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After the 19th round, three teams made supplemental selections, but this was not considered a 20th round as all teams did not participate.
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The 1984 USFL Draft was the largest in league history with respect to the number of players selected.
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The Tampa Bay Bandits selections in the 1984 USFL College Draft: 
Round Selection Player, Position College
1 15 Traded to New Jersey -
2 32 Traded to Washington -
3 57 Jeff Smith, DB Missouri
3* 63* Mark Cannon, C Texas - Arlington
4* 71* Reggie Smith, T Kansas
4 74 Jay Brophy, LB Miami (Florida)
4* 78* Robert Neal, RB Miami (Florida)
5 99 Kevin Ingram, QB East Carolina
5* 106* Mike Newton, RB Austin Peay
6 116 Paul Gray, LB Western Kentucky
7 141 Randy Jenkins, QB Kentucky
8 158 Dean Browning, DT Washington
9 183 Theodis Windham, DB Utah State
10 200 Scott Shockley, T Missouri
11 225 Kevin McClelland, LB Kentucky
12 242 Steve Carter, WR Albany State
13 267 Tom McCormick, C Florida State
14 283 Mike Hufford, T Iowa
15 309 Mike Herrington, DE Wisconsin
16 326 William Booze, WR Cincinnati
17 351 Scott Ryerson, K Central Florida
18 368 Glenn Tillery, WR Duke
19 393 Traded to Los Angeles

* - selection received in trade.

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