Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
5 Adam Abu-Jamous LB/TE/LB/WR Sr. 6' 1" 180
20 Timothy Brown RB/LB Sr. 5' 10" 180
66 Timmy Timbrook OL/DL Sr. 6' 2" 220
8 Mohamed Kamara WR/CB Sr. 6' 1" 178
16 Brandon Alliata QB/CB/WR So. 5' 9" 155
18 Peyton Jones QB Jr. 5' 9" 160
23 Nick Jones WR/CB So. 6' 2"
77 Giomel Nava OL/DL So. 5' 10" 320
4 Charles Blake RB Sr. 5' 9" 160
6 Chandan Dhallwal RB/LB So. 6' 2" 190
7 Ayoub Abbas WR/C So. 5' 3" 115
9 Tejan Renwick LB/DL So. 6' 1" 178
10 Daniel Lee LB/TE Sr. 6' 1" 195
11 Shabir Kohistany WR/S Sr. 5' 9" 155
12 Chase Shelton WR/K Fr. 5' 11" 147
14 Mustafa Hafeez RB/S Jr. 5' 11" 165
15 Immanuel Conley RB/LB Sr. 5' 9" 140
17 Ramzie Abbas QB/WR Jr. 5' 7" 130
19 Jacob Parker QB/S So. 5' 6" 130
22 Marcus Kennedy CB/WR Sr. 5' 6" 155
24 Bryant Jenkins RB/CB So. 5' 8" 125
25 Socrates Rosimo RB/CB So. 5' 7" 145
28 Dhakari Jones LB So. 5' 11" 153
29 Christian Ayestas S Sr. 5' 5" 140
30 Gillani Hunter RB/OL/DL So. 240
31 Sean Inturias LB/DE Jr. 6' 1" 187
32 Jack Durham WR/CB So. 5' 9" 145
33 Humza Ali LB Jr. 5' 7" 155
34 Jake Bansel LB Jr. 5' 7" 160
40 Angel Castillo LB Sr. 5' 10" 181
42 Jose Portillo CB Sr. 5' 9" 155
44 Josh Meadows LB Jr. 5' 9" 173
50 Guillermo Urrutia DL/OL Jr. 205
51 Marc Ramsimgh LB/OLB Jr. 5' 9" 179
55 Diego Loza DL Sr. 5' 9" 275
60 Deinisio Murrio OL/DL So. 5' 7" 210
61 Kelvin Zavala OL So.
70 Tony Arbuckle OL/DL Sr. 5' 9" 195
71 Nour Chirchi OL/LB So. 6' 1" 210
72 Hakeem Assoya OL/DL Jr. 5' 8" 238
73 William Wolfe OL/DL Jr.
74 Youssef Labriny OL Sr. 6' 3" 245
80 Dave Walker WR Sr. 5' 11" 150
88 Carson Jarmin WR/LB So. 6' 2" 155
21 Carlos Titus WR/CB So. 5' 7" 125
63 Cameron Thornton OL/DL Sr. 5' 10" 227
2 Kedus Kinfe K Sr.
3 Ben Truong K Sr.
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