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RB Quinn Porter (Stillman Athletics)

Quinn Porter was drafted by a fledgling developmental league in 2009 but returned to Stillman, where he wound up being a Division II All-American as a senior. "Green Bay chose a prime, elite, future Hall of Famer," Porter told Packer Report at rookie camp.

Quinn Porter was drafted. Not by the Green Bay Packers, but the Georgia Stallions. Never heard of the Stallions? They were supposed to be part of the United National Gridiron League but the league failed to get off the ground. That's not the strangest part of the story, though. Porter said he wasn't going to come back for his senior season at Division II Stillman College, which is located in...

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