BULLS TRIVIA

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The 1985 USFL Draft consisted of 12 rounds, equal to that conducted by the NFL at the time.
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The 1983 USFL Draft had consisted of 24 rounds, while the 1984 edition consisted of 19.
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Though the Bulls finished their inaugural season 6-12-0, they earned the second spot in the selection order thanks to the folding of the Pittsburgh Maulers and Chicago Blitz, each of whom finished the 1984 season with worse regular season won-lost records.  
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The Jacksonville Bulls selections in the 1985 USFL College Draft.  No record of the disposition of the Bulls selections in Rounds 6 or 10 exists.
Round Selection Player, Position College
1 2 Traded to Arizona -
2 19 Mike Pendleton, DB Indiana
2* 27* Mike Hamby, DE Utah State
3 34 Traded to Portland -
4 47 Mike Kelley, C Notre Dame
5 63 Traded to Birmingham -
7 91 Rodney Lyles, LB Michigan
8 104 Traded to Birmingham -
9 118 Ralf Mojsiejenko, K Michigan
11 148 Phil Forney, LB East Tennessee State
12 165 Traded to Houston -

* - selection received in trade.

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