Replacement team player who appeared in all three games, making one start. Alternated plays in the final game with WR Stanley Shakespeare, bringing in the plays from the sideline. Was a Tampa Bay Bandit in 1985, he and fellow replacement Buc QB John Reaves teamed up for one of the longest plays in USFL history, a 73-yard play against the New Jersey Generals. Recorded 15 receptions for 321 yards and four TDs in all for Steve Spurrier's squad. Was a Division II All-American at Albany State and led the nation in punt returns in 1983. Had not appeared in the NFL before the strike games and never played in it again afterwards.