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Five AAF players I feel will be signed by NFL teams at the end of the season

Birmingham Iron defensive back Jamar Summers has been a stud this season in the AAF. Being that he is a young player he will definitely get a shot from an NFL team.

The AAF has become a pretty solid football league, and I am a super huge fan of the league so far. I have watched every game this year, and I feel there are more than 5 players that will get a shot in the NFL, but I want to give you five players I feel will get a good shot at making an NFL roster again.

I am making a list of 5 players who I feel will get a shot after this season. The players I chose are under the age of 26, have been playing well and who are guys I would be shocked if are not given a shot. The list could go on and on, but these are players I feel deserve another shot in the NFL.

Karter Schult, DL, Salt Lake City Stallions – The 25 year old pass rusher is dominating the AAF and he is by far my defensive player of the year. He has 7 sacks going into tonight’s game, and to me the former UNI standout deserves another shot on an NFL roster.

Jamar Summers, CB, Birmingham Iron – Summers is just 23 years old and had a short stint with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The former UConn cornerback has been a ball hawk in the AAF. He has three interceptions on the year, and always seems to be around the ball.

MeKale McKay, WR, San Antonio Commanders – The 6’6 wide out is just 25 and has been a very solid player in the AAF. Going into tonight’s game he had 354 yards receiving and averages 16.9 per receptions. He has 354 yards on just 21 receptions.

Luis Perez, QB, Birmingham Iron – I love my smalls schoolers, but Luis Perez has been fantastic this year. He was benched last week for Keith Price, but after missing one quarter he came into the game and led his Iron to a win. Perez is a baller and someone will sign him as a back-up, especially at 24 years old.

Tyson Graham, S, Atlanta Legends – The 25 year old safety who played at South Dakota and was in Falcons camp last season. He is a tackling machine and with how well he runs and hits, he may get a shot at linebacker in the NFL. He is 6020 and is not afraid to pop someone. He has 37 tackles on the year in 6 games.

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