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Shock Cut Down Roster to 28

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SPOKANE, WA (March 1, 2014) – Following a scrimmage on Saturday at the end of the Shock's first week of training camp the team has made its initial roster cut down to 28 men.

"Today is never a fun day, cutting down the roster," Shock Head Coach Andy Olson said. "But we're very happy at all positions. The competition was very good in that first week."

The 28 man roster as it stands after cuts is as follows:

Name

Position

Height

Weight

Exp.

College

BRIGGS, Diyral

DL

6-4

255

2*

Bowling Green

BROWN, Jarrett

QB

6-3

220

R*

West Virginia

CARTER, Rashaad

WR

6-2

210

R*

Tusculum

COSGROVE, Michael

DL

6-4

285

 R*

Idaho

GALLINGTON, Deveric

OL

6-3

335

 R*

Texas Tech

GEATHERS, Jeremy

DL

6-3

255

4*

UNLV

HORN, Levi

OL

6-7

315

 R*

Montana

JACKSON, Mark

OL

6-6

325

R*

Glenville State College

JOSEPH, Andrew

WR

5-9

175

 R

Louisiana Lafayette

LEWIS, David

WR

6-4

230

 R

Southern Illinois

MAYO, Thomas

WR

6-2

215

R*

California (PA)

MEYER, Erik

QB

6-2

210

4*

Eastern Washington

MOORE, Terence

LB

6-2

225

2*

Troy

PAGUESE, Brandon

DL

6-1

260

R* 

South Florida

PLEASANT, Josh

DB

5-10

190

1

Kent State

POPE, Sam

DB

6-0

200

 2*

Hampton

ROBINSON, Duke

OL

6-5

330

1*

Oklahoma

RUFFIN, James

DL

6-4

265

2*

Northern Iowa

SANDERS, Terrance

DB

5-11

185

5

Eastern Illinois

SHARPE, Brandon

DL

6-2

250

 R

Syracuse

SHELLEY, Tim

DB

6-1

190

 R*

Fort Valley State

SUMMERS, Derrick

DL

6-1

260

3*

Toledo

TAYLOR, Terrance

DL

6-0

320

4*

Michigan

TENNELL, Adron

WR

6-5

205

3

Oklahoma

THOMPKINS, Brandon

WR

5-10

185

4*

Arkansas State

TUPUA, Samuel

OL

6-2

330

R

Idaho

WASHINGTON, Mike

WR

5-8

175

3

Hawai'i

WILLIAMS, Jimmy

DB

6-3

210

R*

Virginia Tech

 

* denotes players that have experience in other professional leagues. Years of experience is based off years in the Arena Football League and does not include years in other professional football leagues

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