Darius Victor has been acclaimed this season for his massive thighs and straight-forward running style. From now on it will also be known as USFL Offensive Player of the Year.
The running back has been an unstoppable force for New Jersey this season, helping guide the Generals up front to a 9-1 regular season record.
Generals Darius Victor Season Highlights
Check out highlights from New Jersey Generals star Darius Victor.
Victor led the USFL with nine rushing touchdowns this season and ranked third in rushing yards (577) and fourth in yards per game (57.7). And he did all of that without starting a single game, because he backed Trey Williams.
The 5-8, 209-pound Towson also has a notable personal story, having come to the United States as a child after being born in a refugee camp in Africa. He shared his story with RJ Young on “The Number One Rated Show.”
Darius Victor on his journey from a refugee camp to the USFL
RJ Young sits down with Generals RB Darius Victor. In their conversation, Victor details his incredible journey from being born in a refugee camp in Africa to playing professional soccer at the USFL.
Other 2022 USFL Awards:
— MVP: KaVontae Turpin, generals
— Defensive Player of the Year: Chris Odom, Players
— Coach of the Year: Mike Riley, Generals
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