Every former Oregon football player on a UFL roster this spring

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While many Oregon fans are familiar with which Ducks go on to professional success in the NFL, not a lot of fans know where everyone else goes.

The newest professional football league on the scene is the United Football League, a merging of the XFL and the USFL.

As the first-ever UFL season unfolds, fans have a chance to watch their favorite Oregon stars play in the spring, when there usually isn’t a drop of football to go around.

The league started its 10-game season on March 30. The breakdown of “divisions” is between the XFL and USFL Conferences.

The XFL Conference contains the Birmingham Stallions, Houston Roughnecks, Memphis Showboats, and Michigan Panthers. The USFL Conference includes the Arlington Renegades, D.C. Defenders, San Antonio Brahmas, and St. Louis Battlenecks.

Every Oregon Duck in the UFL is on a team that is a part of the USFL Conference.

So, dedicated fans and genuine supporters should tune into these three teams to see their beloved Ducks take the field this spring:

Arlington Renegades

  • Cameron Hunt – C

Offensive lineman turned center Cameron Hunt played for the Oregon Ducks from 2013-16.

In his first year with the Ducks, Hunt was named to the All-Freshman Honorable Mention Scout Team by College Football News.

His final season with Oregon brought in more awards for Hunt such as the Ed Moshofsky Trophy (awarded to the team's Outstanding Offensive Lineman) as well as the Pancake Club Award (given to the player with the most pancake blocks in a season).

After five seasons in the NFL, Hunt has focused his career on the UFL and is heading into his second year with the Arlington Renegades.

San Antonio Brahmas

  • George Moore – OL

As his NFL career came to a standstill, former Duck George Moore decided to take his talents to the XFL, which has now brought him into the UFL.

Moore was known for his incredible size and flexibility despite his massive and foreboding frame.

Since joining the XFL team Arlington Renegades in 2023, Moore became a consistent starter for his squad and is expected to do the same with the San Antonio Brahmas.

Moore signed with the Brahmas on April 24 and is currently on the Inactive List (IL) but should become a beast for San Antonio when he returns.

St. Louis Battlehawks

  • Austin Faoliu – DT

Austin Faoliu is the youngest Duck in the UFL this season. The defensive tackle played for Oregon from 2017-19 and forewent his senior season to enter the NFL Draft.

After amassing 124 total tackles and three forced fumbles for the Ducks, Faoliu went undrafted in the 2021 NFL Draft but played just two seasons in the league before signing a contract with the UFL's St. Louis Battlehawks.

In 2023, while playing for the XFL's Seattle Sea Dragons, Faoliu was named to the All-XFL Team. The former Oregon star is currently listed as a nose tackle for the Battlehawks' defensive unit.

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