Cornelius Brown is a strong cornerback with great skill. At the University of Texas El Paso, Brown opened 30 career games at DB and totaled 130 tackles. He also had 24 passes defensed, the second-largest in his school's history. He was also the MVP of the Texas vs The Nation game. Cornelius brings this impressive record with him as a free agent.
Birthplace: Houston, TX
School: Texas - El Paso
Ambitious and persistent, Chris Boles had to work through a tough series of injuries to get where he is today. A promising offensive lineman at 6"4', Chris is bringing his all to the game and showing us all how hard work can pay off.
Birthplace: Toledo, OH
Keyon Haughton, is a National Football Society member and Kansas University center. Keyon is a smart and dedicated player with tons of grit and fight. He showed off his toughness to scrap it out against the most talented of nose guards and second level defenders. He has great athletic hips and knee bend, while he explodes into blocks with the regular pancake. Quick off the snap to engage the oncoming defensive front, Keyon uses good hand placement and hand strength while he is blowing open holes for his back or protecting the pocket. This young man prides himself on not having given up a sack since the 11th grade. Keyon will be an excellent asset with his future NFL franchise.
Birthplace: Baltimore, MD
2016 has been a big year so far… #1 In receptions (161), #1 in TD’s (58), #1 in Yards (2020). Its time to keep that momentum rolling. The AFL player of the year is 6’4’ 220lbs. Joe is a dynamic athlete who has what it takes to be a top receiver in the NFL. He has had 2 preseasons in the NFL, with the Titans and Panthers. Hills most recently fought for the honor of being the #1 overall wide receiver in the AFL. Joe is a strong and physical wide receiver with excellent athleticism. He is quick with incredible hands. Joe is a smooth route runner and a very intelligent football player. Joe is ready to explode given the opportunity.
A three-year hard hitting DT at Southern University (2008-10), Jordan Miller played in 31 games and finished his career with 90 tackles, 18.0 tackles, and 30.0 tackles for loss. In the NFL, Jordan has previously spent time with Chicago, Green Bay, and Kansas City before joining Jacksonville on Oct. 1 as a member of the practice squad. He saw action in two games for the Jaguars after being promoted to the active roster on Dec. 20. Jordan made his Jaguars debut on 12/22 vs. TEN and registered 2 solo tackles. Continuing to train at a high level, Jordan is ready to deliver big hits and create big plays
Arvell Nelson is the kind of quarterback that can make every throw. In his first season with the AFL's Cleveland Gladiators, Arvell was a huge contributor and team player throwing for 70 touchdowns and only 11 interceptions. He also spent some time at the linebacker position on defense. Arvell is truly willing to do anything to help his team win.
Birthplace: Cleveland, OH
School: Texas Southern
SENIOR (2014): Appeared in 11 games, making three starts...intercepted a pair of passes and tied for second with seven pass breakups...made 25 tackles (20 solo) and 1.5 TFL...made four solo tackles, including one for loss, against Ole Miss (Aug. 28)...broke up two passes and made four tackles (three solo) at Nevada (Oct. 4)...broke up a deep pass against BYU (Oct. 24)...had a solo tackle and broke up a pass at New Mexico (Nov. 8)...made his first-career interception, which he returned for 20 yards, and made three tackles (two solo) in win over San Diego State (Nov. 15)...led the Broncos with five solo tackles and forced a fumble against Utah State (Nov. 29)...intercepted a pass and returned it 19 yards to set up a touchdown in the Fiesta Bowl win over No. 10 Arizona (Dec. 31)...also made three tackles (two solo) in the contest.
JUNIOR (2013): Appeared in 12 games during his debut season with the Broncos...recorded nine tackles (three solo) on the season...season-high four stops (one solo) against New Mexico (Nov. 30)...pass break-ups against both UT Martin (Sept. 7) and BYU (Oct. 25)...enrolled at Boise State for spring 2013 semester, and participated in spring practices.
LA HARBOR COLLEGE CAREER
SOPHOMORE (2012): Registered 44 tackles (28 solo), including 2.5 for-loss...also forced a fumble, recovered another and broke up four passes for the Seahawks.
FRESHMAN (2011): Played cornerback for head coach Brett Peabody.
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
School: Boise State
A strong wide receiver voted as a team captain by his teammates in 2014, Reese can stick a route and really explode out of his cuts. He can make tough catches over the middle, work option routes from the slot and is a go-to receiver in the red zone. He also has enough speed to be a vertical threat. His combination of hands, body-awareness and his willingness to get physical against a defender and block down field really set him apart. In his senior campaign with the UCF Knights, Reese had 39 catches for 552 yards and 6 touchdowns. He is more physically advanced than most and his strength continues to grow. Expect Reese to be a steady, contributing wide out that can make tough catches, run good routes and do the dirty work.
Team Captain – 2014
2014 Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl UCF Knights Game MVP – 6 receptions, 75 yards, 3 TDs
Two-Time All-State – High School
Top-25 Recruit in Florida – High School
Top-150 Recruit in Nation – High School
Miami Herald All-Dade County Team – 2008, 2009
Dade-Broward All-Star Game – High School
USA vs. World All-Star Game – High School
Top Receiver in Miami-Dade County – High School
Birthplace: Miami, FL
School: Central Florida
Long Beach Jordan High
-Started center every game
-2nd team All-Moore League
-Started left tackle every game
-1st team All Moore League
-Moore League's lineman of the year
-2nd team All CIF Southern Section
University of Washington
-Saw first career action in Huskies win over Portland State and against Colorado.
-Served as game captain for San Diego State game.
Played in every game starting on PAT/FG team.
-Played in every game at L/R guard
-Started 5 games plus Cactus Bowl game at LG
-Helped Cyler Miles complete 219 of 329 passes for 2,397 yards and 17touchdowns.
-Helped Dwayne Washington rush for 697 yards for 9 touchdowns and Shaq Thompson for 456 yards and 2 touchdowns.
-Started every game at center
-Only senior on the O line
-Led a young offensive line that helped Freshman QB Jake Browning complete 233 of 368 for 2,955 yards and 18 touchdowns.
-Helped Freshman All American RB Myles Gaskin rush for 1,302 yards and 14 touchdowns. Also helpedhim become 1st UW Freshman to rush for 100 yards back to back in 3 games.
Birthplace: Long Beach, CA
Height: 6'5" Weight: 300 lbs. Connor Flagel has had a broad career at Central Missouri switching positions between DT in a 4-3 defense and DE in a 3-4 defense. With the constant changes in techniques and coaching, Connor Flagel has shown a high level of adaptability and coach-ability contributing to a successful defense. Placing within the top 5 of multiple categories for DT's for the testing at the NFL Combine, Connor Flagel clearly has the size, strength, and speed to outmatch his opponent on the line. Against the University of Nebraska Kearney, Connor Flagel lead the defense with the most tackles. He had 11 total tackles from the 4i DE position. Touted by Jim Svoboda saying, "Connor Flagel is an example of a guy who has gotten better year to year and plays with a chip on his shoulder and I still think he has a chip on his shoulder which is what makes him good."
Davond Dade is a fast and athletic defensive end who has a strong nose for the ball and finding the quarterback at each level. Davond is a force to be reckoned at the line. He is quick off the ball and strong enough to engage and then shed a blocker to be disruptive in the backfield. He has the instincts to understand schemes and work against them, creating havoc for quarterbacks and running backs. His high-motor, size, and strength to get past opposing tackles. This 2015 2nd team All-Big Sky Conference star amassed a total of 106 tackles (53 solo, 53 assisted, 16.5 TFL) 10 sacks, 6 passes defended, 1 interception, 3 forced fumbles, and 2 blocked field goals. Davond Dade is a good person and excellent defensive end. It is time to take chance on this young man. Height 6'3" Weight: 255 lbs.