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Shock make roster cuts

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The Shock made roster cuts on Monday and now have a week before they finalize the roster. The Shock made roster cuts on Monday and now have a week before they finalize the roster.

Courtesy Spokane Shock

The Shock have announced roster cuts as the first week of their 2013 Training Camp has come to a close. After Sunday's "Orange and White Game" at Spokane Arena, the Shock made their first roster cuts from the 35-man roster down to 28 as they prepare to enter the final week of Training Camp. Final roster cuts will take place Sunday, March 17th.

 

See below the 28-man roster:


NAME                                                   POS.                      HT.                         WT.                        SCHOOL

Paul Stephens                                   DB                          5-9                          170                         Central Missouri State

Josh Pleasant                                     DB                          5-10                       190                         Kent State

Ruschard Dodd-Masters                               DB                          6-0                          190                         UNLV

Terrance Sanders                             DB                          5-11                       195                         Eastern Illinois

Cameron McGlenn                          DB                          6-0                          200                         Elon University

Patrick Stoudamire                          DB                          5-11                       205                         Western Illinois

Chase Vaughn                                   DL                           6-2                          240                         SMU

James Ruffin                                      DL                           6-4                          265                         Northern Iowa

Terrance Taylor                                 DL                           6-0                          320                         Michigan

Chris Tucker                                       DL                           6-2                          300                         South Carolina

William Green                                   DL                           6-4                          255                         Florida

Beau Bell                                             LB                           6-1                          245                         UNLV

Terence Moore                                                LB                           6-2                          225                         Troy

Marc Schiechl                                    LB                           6-3                          270                         Col. School of Mines

Samuel Tupua                                   OL                           6-2                          315                         Idaho

Will Falakiseni                                    OL                           6-2                          320                         Norfolk State

Tyrone Novikoff                                               OL                           6-7                          320                         Idaho

Ryan Cave                                           OL                           6-5                          320                         Hampton

Erik Meyer                                          QB                          6-2                          210                         Eastern Washington

Arvell Nelson                                     QB                          6-5                          230                         Texas Southern

Julian Talley                                        WR                         6-1                          195                         UMASS

Larry Shipp                                          WR                         5-10                       200                         Tennessee Tech              

Duane Brooks                                    WR                         6-0                          190                         Stephen F. Austin

Oliver "Tre" Young                           WR                         6-4                          210                         South Carolina State

Jeffrey Solomon                               WR                         6-0                          200                         Washington State

Steven Black                                      WR                         6-3                          210                         Memphis

Kamar Jorden                                    WR                         6-3                          205                         Bowling Green


Placed on Physically Unable to Perform: B.J. Cabbell (Virginia), Rennie Moore (Clemson), Adron Tennell (Oklahoma), Chris Pino (San Diego State), Andrew Nierman (Tulane)

Placed on Refuse to Report: Andrew Roxas (Washington State), Kenny Spencer (North Alabama)

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