Long Reach's Derrick Noble (12) makes a first-down catch as Howard's Tanner Scaife tries to bring him down during the Lightning's Oct. 21 game at Howard in Ellicott City. (Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
2 Greg Benton Jr LB/RB/LB Sr. 6' 1" 210
1 Jalen Hall WR/CB Sr. 5' 5" 142
3 Tyler Moore QB/QB Jr. 5' 11" 163
4 Akin Kadiri WR/S Sr. 6' 1" 153
5 Chad Brown S/WR Jr. 6' 1" 162
6 Michael Stokes S/RB Sr. 5' 8" 153
7 KaDarrian Booker RB/S Jr. 5' 9" 175
8 Ethan Cadogan CB Sr. 5' 11" 162
9 Dane Lynch Jr S/RB Jr. 5' 9" 161
10 Emmanuel Ekop Jr WR Sr. 5' 10" 171
12 Derrick Noble WR/CB Jr. 5' 11" 143
14 Luis Gooden Jr WR/CB So. 5' 8" 150
18 Tyler Raines QB Sr. 6' 3" 197
20 Jeree Willie CB Jr. 5' 8" 145
21 Tyrik Ball S/WR Sr. 5' 8" 147
22 Tre'von Morgan WR/DE Jr. 6' 2" 189
24 Christian Tadjam MLB Sr. 5' 8" 177
26 Anthony Jonas S Sr. 6' 2" 166
28 Julian Young CB Jr. 5' 5" 141
30 Jason Massengill WR/S Sr. 6' 1" 194
32 TJ Caba RB Jr. 5' 6" 125
34 DJ Guda CB Jr. 5' 7" 125
11 Jordan Dawson RB Jr. 5' 10" 160
41 Rasheed Chapman RB Jr. 5' 6" 125
50 Nigel Goode MLB Sr. 5' 9" 169
52 Jeremy Huffman LB/FB So. 5' 8" 190
54 MJ Ajimatanrareje C So. 5' 11" 233
55 Michael Zeleznik DE/OT Jr. 6' 4" 221
56 Tavares Turner OG/DT Jr. 5' 10" 220
57 Foto Khumbah DT/OG Jr. 6' 2" 232
61 Sheriff Kamara DL So. 5' 10" 185
62 Arthur Yann Nkonoandjouo K/DE Jr. 6' 0" 181
63 Michael Godfrey DL/C Jr. 5' 10" 171
65 Christian Beier DE/OL Jr. 6' 3" 185
70 Ryan Cannon DE/OT Fr. 6' 3" 217
71 Bradley Pierre G Jr. 5' 11" 244
72 Shayne Holmes OG/C Sr. 5' 10" 256
73 Spencer Willis OG/DT Jr. 6' 1" 230
74 Damon McKinney DT/OG Sr. 6' 3" 305
39 Stephen Dang MLB Jr. 5' 7" 160
78 Reggie Dillon OT Jr. 6' 3" 305
80 Hamza Bhatti WR Jr. 6' 0" 155
81 Quran Sim WR Jr. 5' 11" 142
82 Aaron Zaky CB/WR Sr. 5' 10" 141
83 John Shupe WR/S Jr. 5' 10" 151
84 Josh Jones WR Jr. 6' 1" 165
76 Michael Moultrie DE Jr. 5' 7" 148
85 Pierre Young WR/S Jr. 6' 2" 153
75 Elijah Saunders DE/TE Fr. 6' 2" 188
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