Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
13 Reece Hinkle K Jr. 5' 10" 200
9 Isaiah Hall WR Sr. 5' 10" 165
1 Emon Fleming WR Sr. 5' 11" 160
22 Micah Darden LB Sr. 5' 10" 155
4 Anton Reed RB Sr.
8 Eric Nelson III RB Sr.
7 Lonnell Rowell CB Sr.
15 Daunte Jones RB/LB Jr.
16 Amir Gerald RB Jr.
18 Zayaan Cobb QB/CB Jr.
35 Pablo Gudiel K Sr.
52 Clifton Humphries OL/DL Sr.
58 George Allen OL/DL Sr.
64 Bryant McDaniel OL/DL Sr.
50 Jeffery Rice OL/DL Fr.
75 Eddie Sincyr OL/DL Jr.
40 Joey Massaro K Sr.
3 Derek Stevens LB Sr.
6 Quincy Barber QB/CB Jr.
10 Jalen Rowe WR So.
11 Anthony Walsh TE/DE Sr.
14 Jerus Belinga WR Jr.
21 Demetrius Woods WR/CB So.
23 Chad Rockingham RB So.
26 Jamari Cunningham CB So.
26 Dmitri Ricks CB Jr.
28 Jamal Deane WR Jr.
29 Mathew Deville FB/DE Sr.
30 Christian Watkins WR Jr.
32 Amonte Silver FB Jr.
42 Raymon Stevens CB So.
45 Triston Thiesfield Jones TE/DE Jr.
56 Trevor Thiesfield Jones OL/DL So.
74 Curtis Jefferson OL/DL So.
77 Micah Gelb OL/DL Jr.
79 Eugene Satale OL/DL So.
20 Aaron Jones RB/LB Fr. 5' 10" 185
33 Hasaan Forbes RB/LB So. 5' 9" 170
17 Denim Oneal WR/S/LB Fr. 6' 1" 175
19 Masiah Thorne CB/S/LB/WR So. 5' 9" 165
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