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Reggie Corbin Named to All-USFL, Only Panther To Earn Post Season Award

Reggie Corbin continues to pad his resume in his debut professional season, despite only playing in seven games this season, which includes one game that Corbin didn’t even finish Reggie Corbin was named to the inaugural 2022 All-USFL Team.

Corbin’s first award cam for the Panthers in week 4 in which the Panthers lost to the Stars on a last second field goal. Corbin would rush for 152 yards on 12 carries, in which 88 of them came on a touchdown score. Corbin’s offensive out-put was back-to-back as in week 3 he rushed 133 and a touchdown enroute to establishing him as a top 5 rusher in the league.

Overall, in seven games Corbin finishes the season with 514 rushing yards, 2 rushing touchdowns, 32 receiving yards, 276 return yards and 822 All-purpose yards total. Corbin is most likely finished for the season as the Panthers recently signed DeAndre Torrey out of the University of North Texas for week 10. Overall, Corbin who seemingly came out of nowhere is primed for a possible invite to an NFL Camp. The USFL 28th rd pick was one of a few bright spots in the Panthers season. A season that ends against the Maulers on Sunday!

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Pat Rifino is a former Security Contractor turned writer. He began his writing career talking about geo-politics, and the defense industry. Now Pat writes about alt-league football, while hanging out with his dogs in his off time.

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