BREAKERS TRIVIA

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The inaugural USFL Draft was held on January 4-5, 1983.
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The team's order of selection was determined by lottery, with teams alternating order between rounds (the L.A. Express, who picked first in the first round, chose last in the second, then first in the third, and so on).
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The Breakers traded their first round choice to the Chicago Blitz, which used it to select WR Trumaine Johnson from Grambling.
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The Los Angeles Express used the first overall selection to pick quarterback Dan Marino from the University of Pittsburgh.  Marino would ultimately sign with the NFL's Miami Dolphins, but while he was negotiating with the Express made several appearances at team functions and events.
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The Boston Breakers selections in the 1983 USFL College Draft:
Round Selection Player, Position College
1 11 Traded to Chicago -
2 14 Leonard Smith, DB McNeese State
3 35 Clinton Sampson, WR San Diego State
4 38 Weedy Harris, LB Houston
5 59 John Tuggle, RB California
6 62 John Courtney, DT South Carolina State
7 83 Dan Dufour, C UCLA
8 86 Todd Seabaugh, LB San Diego State
9* 102* Tom Holmoe, DB Brigham Young
9 107 Marcus Marek, LB Ohio State
10 110 Lorenzo Bouier, RB Maine
10* 115* Mark Brown, LB Purdue
11 131 Walter Ross, RB Northern State
12 134 McCurey Wallis, WR Texas
12* 139* Jeff Turk, DB Boise State
13 155 Darral Hambrick, WR Nevada - Las Vegas
14 158 Charles Young, DT North Texas State
15 179 Bill Fallon, LB Cal - Pomona
16 182 Tim Cowan, QB Washington
17 203 Thomas Hopkins, T Alabama A&M
18 206 Mickey Cochran, G Cameron State
19 227 Mark Tuinei, DT Hawaii
20 230 Jim Thomas, DB Indiana
21 251 Kevin Akins, DT Ohio State
22 254 Tom Gilmartin, DT Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo
23 275 Joaquin Zendejas, K LaVerne
24 278 Carl Kenneybrew, LB Hawaii

* - selection received in trade.

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