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Wulff, Paul

CARD: Pro Set 1991 World League Insert
ACQUIRED: TTM 2022, C/o Work
SENT: 5/23 RECEIVED: 6/21 (29 days)


  • Skilled offensive lineman saw time at guard and primarily at center over college career playing at Washington State.
  • Went unselected in the 1990 NFL Draft, but saw time in camp with the New York Jets.
  • Selected by the Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks during the World League of American Football 1991 positional draft.
  • After the dissolution of the Skyhawks following the 91 season, Wulff played in 1992 for the New York/New Jersey Knights of the World League.
  • Climbed the college coaching ranks plying his trade as a positional coach for Eastern Washington in a variety of jobs over the next few years.
  • Named head coach at EWU in 2000 where he returned the school to prominence.
  • Won two conference titles and finished coaching career at EWU with a 53-40 mark.
  • Head coach of alma mater Washington State from 2008-11, compiling a 9-40 record.
  • Worked as an offensive assistant with the 49ers from 2012-13.
  • Has served in a variety of college offensive coaching positions since 2014 for South Florida, Iowa State, Sacramento State and Cal Poly.


  • Big Sky Coach of the Year 2001, 04-05


Paul wrote me a nice note thanking me for my letter and that the World League was some fun times.

McLemore, Chris

Wild Card World League 1992, #76

Card: Wild Card World League 1992
Acquired: TTM 2021, C/o Home
Sent: 7/26 Received: 8/16 (21 days)
Failure: TTM 2017, C/o Home


  • Over 5 years, Chris McLemore split time with Colorado (1982/83) and Arizona (1985/86).
  • Finished his college career with 908 yards on 212 carries, rumbling for 11 TDs.
  • While compiling the bulk of his catches in 82, Chris also had 61 career receptions for 481 yards and a TD.
  • 11th round selection of the Los Angeles Raiders in 1987.
  • Cut by Raiders after 3 contests, he then saw action in 2 starts for the Colts, rushing for 58 yards on 17 carries.
  • Was on the roster of the LA Raiders for an additional 7 contests in 1988. 
  • Appeared in the World League in 1992 playing for the New York/New Jersey Knights.
  • Rushed for 230 yards on 50 carries for the Knights.
  • Also turned a screen pass against the Galaxy into a 67 yard TD.


I had failed on Chris way back in 2017 using his old address. I had the envelope sitting around and found a new address recently and decided to give him a try. I thought that the NY/NJ Ultimate 1992 team stats card, had him pictured on the front. It is clearly someone with a 20, but he told me it looked like a 5- and did not sign it.





Moore, Mark ‘The Hitman’

Card: Ultimate World League 1992
Acquired: TTM 2021, C/o Home
Sent: 7/6 Received: 7/15 (9 days)
Failure: TTM 2020, C/o Home


  • Considered one of the finest defensive backs to play at Oklahoma State, Mark Moore posted 311 total tackles, 16 interceptions, 307 yards and 3 TDs from 1983-86.

  • Had a career high 7 picks in 1985- the second highest single season number in school history at the time.

  • 4th round pick of the Seattle Seahawks suited up for 5 games in 1987. 

  • Signed by the San Diego Chargers in 1989.

  • Selected in the 7th round of the WLAF positional draft by the New York/ New Jersey Knights.

  • Had 54 tackles and 2 sacks and a fumble recovery for a TD in 1991.

  • After the season concluded Mark signed with the Calgary Stampeders where they tried to convert him to OLB.

  • He appeared in 1 game making 1 special teams tackle.

  • Returned to the World League in 1992 and added 3 more sacks, 2 fumble recoveries and an interception he returned 29 yards for a TD.


I was surprised that Mark only had this one card, but after many years I was lucky enough to track him down. I had thought he was living in Washington but in the end I found a seller who oddly posted Mark’s return envelope address on EBay.

He wrote me a very nice note and agreed with me that if the World League had just given them another year the league was really going to take off.