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stuff MANIAX TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. WT. College Hometown 35 Tyrone Bell DB 6-2 210 North Alabama Florence, AL 79 Harry Boatswain OT 6-4 310 New Haven Las Vegas, NV 48 David Brandon LB 6-4 245 Memphis Duluth, GA 93 Shante Carver DE 6-4 270 Arizona State Stockton, CA 27 Rico Clark DB 5-11 185 Louisville Lithonia, GA 25 Kevin Cobb WR 5-8 175 Memphis Memphis, TN 73 D.J. Cooper DE 6-2 277 Arkansas Fayettville, AR 20 Rafael Cooper RB 5-10 200 Louisville Detroit, MI 83 Russell Copeland WR 6-0 211 Memphis Tupelo, MS 9 Marcus Crandell QB 5-11 205 East Carolina Robersonville, NC 81 Damien Dodson WR 5-7 167 Memphis Memphis, TN 16 Jim Druckenmiller QB 6-5 234 Virginia Tech Davie, FL 96 T.J. Frier DT 6-2 307 Memphis Tacoma, WA 4 Jeff Hall K 5-11 190 Tennessee Knoxville, TN 1 Alvin Harper WR 6-4 218 Tennessee Accokeek, MO 80 Darryl Hobbs WR 6-2 178 Pacific Baton Rouge, LA 59 Richard Hogans LB 6-2 249 Memphis Southhaven, MS 70 Jesse James C 6-4 315 Mississippi State Mobile, AL 85 John Jennings TE 6-4 243 Mississippi State Starkville, MS 88 Charles Jordan WR 5-11 180 Long Beach CC Weston, FL Jack Kellogg DB 6-1 195 Eastern Washington 48 Jim Kitts RB 6-1 224 Ferrum Wilmington, NC 52 Paul Lacoste LB 6-2 242 Mississippi State Jackson, MS 53 Tramont Lawless DE 6-2 250 Memphis Nashville, TN 36 Anthony Marshall DB 6-2 210 Louisiana State Minnetonka, MN 40 Cornell Menafee LB 6-2 258 Mississippi State Opelika, AL 32 Beau Morgan QB 5-9 204 Air Force Colorado Springs, CO 33 Brent Moss RB 5-9 217 Wisconsin Racine, WI 37 Kevin Peoples DB 6-2 215 North Carolina Central Upper Marlboro, MD 42 Roosevelt Potts FB 6-0 250 Northeast Louisiana Owning Mills, MD 92 Leonta Rheams DT 6-2 308 Houston Houston, TX 75 Glenn Rountree OG 6-2 304 Clemson Hayes, VA 31 Rashaan Salaam RB 6-1 220 Colorado San Diego, CA 99 Patrick Sapp LB 6-4 258 Clemson Jacksonville, FL 10 Corey Sawyer DB 5-11 177 Florida State Jacksonville, FL 71 Earl Scott C 6-3 312 Arkansas North Little Rock, AR 62 Tim Seymour C 6-1 317 Memphis Memphis, TN 77 Mike Sheldon OT 6-4 306 Grand Valley State Des Plaines, IL 50 Caspor Stiles LB 6-0 235 Memphis Memphis, TN 99 Mike Sutton DE 6-4 272 Louisiana State Slidell, LA 85 Mark D. Thomas TE 6-4 248 North Carolina State Raleigh, NC 60 Marvin Thomas DE 6-4 265 Memphis Bay-Minette, AL 8 Craig Whelihan QB 6-5 220 Pacific Cardiff, CA 74 Bernard Williams OT 6-8 265 Georgia Memphis, TN 21 John Williams DB 5-9 180 Southern Hammonds, LA Shinzo Yamada DB 6-1 215 Kwansei Gakuin University Osaka QUARTERBACKS Craig Whelihan - Played for NFL San Diego, 1995-98 Marcus Crandell - Drafted in first round (third overall) by XFL Memphis; played for NFL Europe Scottish Claymores, 2000; played for CFL Edmonton Eskimos, 1997-99; won Liberty Bowl for NCAA East Carolina, 1995 Jim Druckenmiller - Played for NFL San Francisco and Miami, 1997-99; drafted in first round by 49ers, 1997; passed for 4,382 in two seasons for NCAA Virginia Tech Beau Morgan - Finished 10th in Heisman Trophy voting with Air Force, 1996; became only player in NCAA history to rush and pass for over 1,000 yards in two different seasons FAMILIAR FACES Jeff Hall - PK - Played four games for NFL St. Louis, 2000; played for NCAA Tennessee on national championship team, 1998 Alvin Harper - WR - Won two Super Bowls in career with NFL Dallas, 1991-94, 1999; led NFL with 24.9 yards per catch, 1994; played for NFL Tampa Bay and Washington, 1995-97 Roosevelt Potts - FB - Played for NFL Indianapolis, Miami and Baltimore, 1993-1995, 1997-99; led Colts with 711 yards rushing during rookie season, 1993 Rashaan Salaam - RB - Won Heisman Trophy with NCAA Colorado, 1994; set franchise rookie rushing record (1,074 yards) for NFL Chicago, 1995 Corey Sawyer - DB - Played for NFL Cincinnati and New York Jets, 1994-99; Voted first team All-American with NCAA Florida State, 1993 OTHER Head Coach Kippy Brown : Running backs coach for NFL Green Bay, 2000; Offensive coordinator for NFL Miami, 1998-99; Running backs coach for NFL Tampa Bay and Miami, 1995-97; Assistant head coach/wide receivers for NCAA Tennessee, 1993-94 Tight Ends Coach - Fred Barnett Defensive Line Coach - Craig Boller Running Backs Coach - Gerald Brown Secondary Coach - Derrick Burroughs Defensive Ass't/Special Teams Coach - Chris Mattura Offensive Coordinator - Rich McGeorge Wide Receivers Coach - Stanley Morgan VP and General Manager : Steve Ehrhart Director of Player Personnel : Steve Ortmayer Football Special Operations : Richard Green PR Contact : Tim Clodjeaux Address : 315 South Hollywood Street Memphis, TN 38104 Phone: (901) 515-2000 Fax: (901) 452-0044 Home games played at : Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium (62,380) Team Colors : Teal and Maroon OUTLAWS TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. 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College Hometown 60 Eric Bateman OT 6-7 319 Brigham Young Mesa, WA 20 Chris Bayne CB 5-11 210 Fresno State Fresno, CA 84 Brett Bech WR 6-1 201 Lousiana State Slidell, LA 78 Adriano Belli DT 6-4 273 Houston Canada 74 Jon Blackman OT 6-6 290 Purdue Fishers 24 Kory Blackwell CB 5-11 185 Massachusetts Bladwin, NY 86 Rickey Brady TE 6-4 264 Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK 93 Blaine Burger DT 6-4 305 Utah Chandler, AZ 63 Lamont Burns OG 6-4 310 East Carolina Roslyn Heights, NY 21 Ronald Carpenter CB 6-1 195 Miami (Ohio) Westchester, OH 10 Mike Cawley QB 6-1 205 James Madison Verona, PA 22 Chrys Chukwuma RB 6-0 232 Arkansas Montgomery, AL 16 Ryan Clement QB 6-1 235 Miami (FL) Denver, CO 12 Chuck Clements QB 6-3 210 Houston, TX Huntsville, Texas 67 Tim Conley OT 6-4 305 Cal State Sacramento Los Angeles, CA 44 Mike Crawford LB 6-4 245 Nevada Aliso Viejo, CA 77 Isaac Davis OG 6-2 320 Arkansas Fayettville, AR 73 John DeWitt DE 6-4 277 Vanderbilt Little Rock, AR 62 David Diaz-Infante OG 6-3 296 San Jose State Parker, CO 95 Antonio Edwards DE 6-3 273 Valdosta State Fort Mill, SC 81 Todd Floyd WR 6-3 190 UNLV Reno, NV 82 Mike Furrey WR 5-10 181 Northern Iowa Grove City, OH 54 Kurt Gouveia LB 6-1 240 Brigham Young Santa Fe, CA 31 Kelly Herndon CB 5-10 180 Toledo Twinsburgh Heights, OH 87 Werner Hippler TE 6-5 270 Southwestern Oklahoma State Cologne, Germany 39 Jonathan Jackson LB 6-2 239 Oregon State Las Vegas, NV 50 Toran James LB 6-3 249 North Carolina Ahoskie, NC 2 Nakia Jenkins WR 6-1 210 Utah State Alta Loma, CA 85 Keith Jennings TE 6-5 280 Clemson Mandelein, IL 35 Jason Kaiser CB 6-1 190 Culver-Stockton Sedalia, CO 79 Patrick Kesi OT 6-3 305 Washington Las Vegas, NV 92 Kelvin Kinney DE 6-7 270 Virginia State Columbus, OH 17 Paul McCallum K/P 5-11 185 Regina, SAS 7 Corey Nelson WR 6-1 192 Boise State Rohnert Park, CA 66 Lonnie Palelei OG 6-4 310 UNLV Kearney, MO 97 Ty Parten DT 6-5 290 Arizona 68 Angel Rubio DT 6-2 298 SE Missouri State Saint Charles, MO 27 Brandon Sanders DB 5-9 185 Arizona Tucson, AZ 3 Kevin Scott DB 5-9 170 Stanford Glendale, AZ 72 Carl Simpson DE 6-2 312 Florida State Boswell, GA 30 Rod Smart RB 5-9 185 Western Kentucky Bowling Green, KY 33 Ben Snell RB 6-1 233 Ohio Canton, OH 29 Hurley Tarver DB 6-1 185 Central Oklahoma Albany, CA 48 Joe Tuipala LB 6-4 240 San Diego State Inyokern, CA 28 Jamel Williams CB 5-11 205 Nebraska Lincoln, NE 51 Marcel Willis LB 6-4 235 Ohio State Phoenix, AZ 32 Toby Wright DB 5-11 212 Nebraska Phoenix, AZ QUARTERBACKS Mike Cawley - Played for NFL Europe Amsterdam Admirals, 1999; Played for CFL Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 1997-98 Ryan Clement - Played for NFL Europe Scottish Claymores, 1999; Played for NCAA Miami, 1997-98 Chuck Clements - Placed on XFL Reserve-Injured list with a shoulder sprain on January 22; drafted in sixth round (191st overall) by NFL New York Jets, 1997; Played for NCAA Houston, 1996-97; ranks third on Cougars' career passing yardage list (7,112) FAMILIAR FACES David Diaz-Infante - C - Played for NFL Denver, 1995-2000; Won two Super Bowls with NFL Denver, 1998-99; Played for CFL Sacramento Gold Miners, 1993-94; Played for World League Frankfurt Galaxy, 1991-92 Kurt Gouveia - LB - Played for NFL Washington, 1987-94, 1999; Won two Super Bowls with the Redskins, 1988, 1992; Played for NFL San Diego, 1997-98; Played for NFL Philadelphia, 1995-96; Recorded 107 tackles and seven sacks for NCAA Brigham Young's national championship team, 1984 Carl Simpson - DE - Played for NFL Chicago, 1993-97; Played for NFL Arizona, 1998-99; Played for NCAA Florida State, 1991-92 Jamel Williams - DB - Led NFL Washington's special teams with 122 blocks, 1998; Voted second-team All-Big 12 for NCAA Nebraska, 1996; Member of Cornhuskers' track team that finished second in NCAA Indoor championships OTHER Head Coach Jim Criner : Coached NFL Europe Scottish Claymores, 1995-2000; Won World Bowl with Claymores, 1996; offensive line coach for World League Sacramento Surge, 1991-92; Coached at NCAA Cal State-Hayward, California, Brigham Young, Iowa State and Boise State Defensive Coordinator - Mark Criner Offensive Coordinator - Vince Alcalde Defensive Line Coach - Kevin Peoples Receivers Coach - Scott Criner Linebackers Coach - Tom Mason Running Backs Coach - Ron Dickerson Secondary Coach - Rashid Gayle TE/Offensive Line Coach - Mike Rockwood VP and General Manager : Bob Ackles Director of Player Personnel : Don Gregory PR Contact : Trey Fitz-Gerald Address : 101 Convention Center Plaza, #350 Las Vegas, NV 89109 Phone: (702) 939-6000 Fax: (702) 939-6001 Home games played at : Sam Boyd Stadium (32,000) Team Colors : Black, Vegas Gold, and Red RAGE TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. 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College Hometown 65 Jeremy Akers OT 6-5 305 Notre Dame San Francisco, CA 58 Patrise Alexander LB 6-1 248 Louisian Laffayette Stafford, TX 70 Ken Anderson DT 6-3 310 Arkansas Gurnee, IL 5 Mario Bailey WR 5-9 175 Washington Seattle, WA 13 Jim Ballard QB 6-4 215 Mount Union Alliance, OH 56 Shawn Banks LB 6-1 235 Texas Tech Mineral Wells, TX 24 Ricky Bell DB 5-10 195 North Carolina State Columbia, SC 21 Michael Black RB 5-10 201 Washington State Glendale, AZ 76 Cheston Blackshear OG 6-3 289 Florida Jacksonville, FL 11 Jeff Brohm QB 6-1 205 Louisville Louisville, KY 40 Omar Brown S 5-11 200 North Carolina Duluth, GA 51 James Burgess LB 5-11 235 Miami (FL) Princeton, FL 81 Dialleo Burks WR 6-2 181 Eastern Kentucky Charlotte, NC 97 Mark Campbell DT 6-2 320 Florida Pembroke Pine, FL 43 Derrick Clark RB 6-1 235 Evangel Orlando, FL 91 Sedric Clark DE 6-1 248 Tulsa Marlboro, MD 54 Jimmy Clements LB 6-3 226 Georgia Tech Powder Springs, GA 88 Scott Cloman WR 6-2 201 Southern Boyce, CA 66 Dan Collins OT 6-4 300 Boston College Raynham, MA 2 Shannon Culver WR 5-10 160 Oklahoma State Paramount, CA 52 Joe Cummings LB 6-2 245 Wyoming Stevensville, MT 57 Cal Dixon C 6-4 290 Florida Merritt Island, FL 26 Reginal Doster CB 5-9 185 Central Florida Pompano Beach, FL 95 Bill Duff DT 6-3 285 Tennessee Delran, NJ 35 Stephen Fisher CB 5-10 183 North Carolina Durham, NC 1 Tony Gaiter WR 5-8 169 Miami (FL) Miami, FL 73 Jason Gamble OG 6-3 307 Clemson Wichita, KS 41 Cory Gilliard S 6-1 210 Ball State Indianapolis, IN 68 Dan Goodspeed OT 6-5 279 Kent State Hartville, OH 85 Lawrence Hart TE 6-4 254 Southern Shrevport, LA 72 Ben Huff DT 6-4 298 Michigan Duluth, GA 86 Terrance Huston TE 6-4 255 Butte College Oakland, CA 14 Brian Kuklick QB 6-3 205 Wake Forest Hatboro, PA 79 Sean Love OG 6-4 290 Penn State Tampa, FL 23 Kelly Malveaux CB 5-9 176 Arizona Pasadena, CA 64 Jeff Miller OT 6-4 317 Mississippi Biloxi, MS 60 Garin Patrick C 6-3 269 Louisville Fort Lauderdale, FL 99 Andre Purvis DT 6-4 310 North Carolina Durham, NC 33 Louis Riddick S 6-2 215 Pittsburgh Alpharetta, GA 90 James Roberson DE 6-3 275 Florida State Brentwood, TN 83 James Roe WR 6-1 187 Norfolk State Mechanicsville, VA 30 Hassan Shamsid-Deen CB 5-9 183 North Carolina State College Park, GA 20 Brian Shay RB 5-8 213 Emporia State Paola, KS 84 Gregory Spann WR 6-2 205 Jackson State St. Petersburg, FL 4 Kevin Swayne WR 6-2 175 Wayne State Reno, NV 10 Jay Taylor K 6-7 191 West Virginia Hershey, PA 46 Rich Young LB 6-1 255 Tulsa Glendale, AZ QUARTERBACKS Jim Ballard Player, Toronto Argonauts, 1999; Player, Scottish Claymores, 1996, 1998; won World Bowl as Claymores' starting QB, 1996; player, Buffalo Bills, 1997. Jeff Brohm First-round XFL draft pick, 2000; Player, Cleveland Browns, 2000; Player, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Denver Broncos, 1994-99; set single-season school records at Louisville with 2,626 passing yards, 20 touchdowns and 60.8 completion percentage, 1993. Brian Kuklick Player, Wake Forest, 1994-98; passed for 8,017 yards with 58.8 completion percentage with Demon Deacons; granted medical redshirt due to broken arm, 1995. FAMILIAR FACES James Burgess, LB Player, San Diego Chargers, 1997-98; player, University of Miami, 1993-96. Kevin Swayne, WR Player, Iowa Barnstormers, 1998-99; won Arena Football "Don't Blink" award as most exciting player, 1999. Mark Campbell, DT Player, Arizona Cardinals, 1997; player, University of Florida, 1992-95; selected to All-Southeastern Conference team, 1995. OTHER Head Coach & Dir of FB Operations Galen Hall : Led Rhein Fire to World Bowl championships in 1998, 2000; coach Rhein Fire, 1995-2000; coach, Charlotte Rage, 1994; coach, Orlando Thunder, 1992; offensive coordinator, Orlando Thunder, 1991; coach, University of Florida, 1984-89; national coach of the year, 1984. Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks - Mike Kelly Defensive Coordinator - Charlie Bailey Defensive Line Coach - Mike Mays Secondary Coach - Steve Carson Wide Receivers Coach - Mike Jones VP and General Manager : Thomas A. Veit Jr. Director of Player Personnel : Will McClay PR Contact : Dan Pearson Address : 450 South Orange Avenue, Suite 190 Orlando, FL 32801 Phone: (407) 398-7300 Fax: (407) 398-7301 Home games played at : Citrus Bowl (70,188) Team Colors : Red and Yellow XTREME TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. WT. College Hometown 10 Clifton Abraham DB 5-9 188 Florida State Desoto, TX 42 Tremayne Allen TE 6-2 235 Florida Antioch, TN 60 Bruce Beaton OG 6-5 288 Arcadia Edmonton, Alberta, CAN 25 Terry Billups DB 5-10 180 North Carolina Orlando, FL 64 Chris Brymer OG 6-3 300 Southern California Fountain Valley, CA 86 Jermaine Copeland WR 6-2 200 Tennessee Harriman, TN 1 Jose Cortez K 5-11 205 Oregon State Corvalis, OR 69 Jerry Crafts OT 6-6 350 Oklahoma Eggertsville, NY 32 Donnell Day DB 5-9 180 Cal State Northridge San Diego, CA 7 Todd Doxzon WR 6-0 195 Iowa State Pompano Beach, FL 96 Jamal Duff DE 6-7 276 San Diego State Long Beach, CA 15 Damon Dunn WR 5-9 182 Stanford Winter Park, FL 21 Reggie Durden DB 5-7 163 Florida State Houston, TX 93 Curtis Eason DT 6-2 295 East Tennessee State Jacksonville, FL 45 Leomont Evans DB 6-1 202 Clemson Blythewood, SC 81 Damon Gibson WR 5-8 185 Iowa Houston, TX 74 Derrick Graham OG 6-4 315 Appalachian State Winter Garden, FL 50 Errick Herrin LB 6-1 235 Southern California Akron, OH 56 Jonathan Himebauch C 6-2 288 Southern California Henderson 68 Eric Johnson DB 6-3 220 Idaho St. Gooding, ID 75 Matt Keneley DT 6-5 295 Southern California Laguna Niguel, CA 95 Jon Kirksey DT 6-4 350 Sacremento State Taylors, SC 39 Frank Leatherwood RB 6-2 260 Appalachian State Hayesville, NC 46 Juan Long LB 6-2 245 Mississippi State Tampa, FL 99 Reggie Lowe DE 6-3 250 Troy State Opelika, AL 51 Rico Mack LB 6-4 250 Appalachian State Athens, GA 8 Tommy Maddox QB 6-4 218 UCLA Trophy Club, TX 24 Saladin McCullough RB 5-9 196 Oregon Pasadena, CA 80 Darnell McDonald WR 6-3 199 Kansas State Woodbridge, VA 26 Dell McGee CB 5-8 185 Auburn Columbus 13 Scott Milanovich QB 6-3 220 Maryland Hornell, NY 78 Nate Miller OG 6-4 310 Louisiana State Suwanee, GA 28 Ken Oxendine RB 6-1 230 Virginia Tech Duluth, GA 29 Ricky Parker DB 6-0 198 San Diego State Spring Valley, CA 94 Chad Pegues DT 6-1 304 Illinois State Lewisville, GA 76 Jose Portilla OT 6-6 315 Arizona Buford, GA 14 Noel Prefontaine QB/P 6-0 195 San Diego State Oceanside, CA 82 Latario Rachal WR 5-11 180 Fresno State Long Beach, CA 90 David Richie DE 6-4 292 Washington Kelso, WA 58 Steve Russ LB 6-4 245 Air Force Parker, CO 20 Jeff Russell CB 6-0 195 Pacific Madison, TN 4 Larry Ryans WR 5-11 182 Clemson Clearwater, FL 22 Rashaan Shehee RB 5-10 207 Washington Bakersfield, CA 18 Jason Shelley WR 6-3 189 Central State Columbus, OH 77 Bobby Singh OG 6-3 315 Portland State Richmond, BC 71 Ramondo Stallings DE 6-6 270 San Diego State Ansonia, CT 53 Shawn Stuckey LB 6-1 230 Troy State Plantation, FL 47 Josh Wilcox TE 6-3 310 Oregon Junction City, OR QUARTERBACKS Tommy Maddox - Played for NFL Denver, 1992-93; Drafted in first round by the Broncos; Played for NFL Los Angeles Rams and New York Giants, 1994-95; Played for AFL New Jersey, 2000; Left NCAA UCLA after becoming the only Pac-10 player to throw for more than 5,000 yards through sophomore year Scott Milanovich - Selected first in XFL inaugural draft, 2000; Played for NFL Tampa Bay, 1996-99; Played for NFL Europe Berlin Thunder, 2000 FAMILIAR FACES Bruce Beaton - OG - Played in CFL for BC, Ottawa, Calgary, Montreal and Edmonton, 1991-2000; Named to all-CFL team, 2000 Jeremaine Copeland - WR - Played for NCAA Tennessee on national championship team, 1998; Set NFL Europe single-season record for receptions (74) with Barcelona, 2000 Leomont Evans - SS - Played for NFL Washington, 1996-99; Started for NCAA Clemson, 1993, 1995 Leon Murray - Played for NCAA Tennessee State, 1997-99; Voted Black College Player of the Year, 1999 OTHER Head Coach Al Luginbill : Coached NFL Europe Amsterdam Admirals, 1995-2000; NFL Europe Coach of the Year, 1995; Coached NCAA San Diego State, 1989-93; Voted Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, 1991 Offensive Coordinator - Jim Barker Quarterbacks Coach - Tom Luginbill Offensive Line Coach - Dave Levy Running Backs Coach - Ted Gill Wide Receivers Coach - Marc Lunsford Defensive Coordinator - Jim Hiles Defensive Line Coach - Daryl Smith Special Teams Coordinator - Chris Allen VP and General Manager : J. K. McKay Director of Player Personnel : Albert Tanara Director of Team Operations : Phil Hickey PR Contact : Drew Ohlmeyer Address : 1212 South Flower Street, Suite 500 Los Angeles, CA 90064 Phone: (213) 749-9498 Fax: (213) 749-9876 Home games played at : L.A. Coliseum (92,000) Team Colors : Blue, Silver, and Gold BOLTS TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. WT. College Hometown 32 Curtis Alexander RB 6-1 205 Alabama Memphis, TN 7 Jay Barker QB 6-3 220 Alabama Birmingham, AL 33 James Bostic RB 5-11 227 Auburn Fort Lauderdale, FL 96 James Brumbaugh DT 6-1 287 Auburn Keystone Heights, FL 92 Kendrick Burton DE 6-5 290 Alabama Hartselle, AL 31 Duane Butler S 6-7 203 Illinois State Trotwood, OH 23 Sedrick Curry CB 6-1 197 Texas A & M Houston, TX 85 Kevin Drake WR 6-3 187 Univ. of Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, AL 77 Mike Edwards OT 6-6 310 Nevada Auburn, CA 63 Antonio Fleming OG 6-3 309 Georgia Edison, GA 57 Dion Foxx LB 6-3 243 James Madison Richmond, VA 18 Keith Franklin LB 6-1 225 South Carolina Los Angeles, CA 4 Damon Gourdine WR 5-7 165 San Diego State Palos Verdes, CA 56 Malcolm Hamilton LB 6-2 251 Baylor Dallas, TX 89 Alex Haas TE 6-4 260 Minnesota St. Peter, MN 24 Eric Hickson RB 5-8 203 Kansas State Fort Lauderdale, FL 66 Matt Hogg OG 6-5 306 Youngstown State Grove City, PA 38 Calvin Jackson S 5-10 200 Auburn Fort Lauderdale, FL Reggie Johnson TE Florida State Palm Harbor, FL 25 Toya Jones DB 6-1 199 Texas A & M Sugarland, TX 99 Eric Kerley DT 6-0 306 Alabama Birmingham, AL 79 Ed King OL 6-4 315 Auburn Columbus, GA 21 David Knott S 6-1 201 Mississippi Huntsville, AL 13 Graham Leigh QB 6-1 212 New Mexico Chandler, AZ 71 Michael Lies OG 6-3 309 Kansas Wichita, KA 90 Jarett Loggins DT 6-2 295 Northern Arizona San Diego, CA 35 Tony McCall CB 5-8 180 North Carolina Irmo, SC 70 Jason McDonald OG 6-4 324 Alabama Calera, AL 81 Kaipo McGuire WR 5-11 185 Brigham Young Federal Way, WA 94 Johnny Mitchell DT 6-4 318 Louisiana State Marrero, LA 5 Brad Palazzo K 5-9 185 Tulane Gulfport, MS 44 Fredrick Perry LB 6-1 236 Southern Arkansas Fort Smith, AK 98 Cedric Pittman DE 6-2 261 Nevada Reno, NV 78 Ozell Powell OT 6-4 302 Alabama Greenville, AL 58 Charles Preston DE 6-5 270 Hampton NW Washington, D.C. 95 Quinton Reese DE 6-4 252 Auburn Birmingham, AL 42 Nicky Savoie TE 6-5 265 Louisiana State Matthews, LA 55 Patrick Scott LB 6-5 265 Soutn Carolina State Charlotte, NC 27 Chris Shelling DB 5-10 193 Auburn Columbus, GA 37 Eric Sloan CB 5-8 171 Troy State Dothan, AL 86 Ed Smith TE 6-4 260 No College Trenton, NJ 84 Steve T. Smith WR 5-9 190 Utah State Bella Grade, FL 65 Ryan Thomassie C 6-2 290 Louisiana State Cutoff, LA 87 Scott Thompson TE 6-3 245 Fresno State Whittier, CA 11 Casey Weldon QB 6-1 206 Florida State Tallahassee, FL 36 Fred White DB 5-10 205 Tennessee Griffin, GA 80 Stepfret Williams WR 6-1 170 Univ. Louisiana - Monroe Minden, FL 50 James Willis LB 6-2 250 Auburn Huntsville, AL QUARTERBACKS Casey Weldon - Threw for 4,628 yards and 42 touchdowns with Florida State from 1988-91; runner-up in the 1991 Heisman voting; chosen by Philadelphia in the fourth round in 1992; appeared in 26 NFL games with Tampa Bay and Washington from 1993-1998, completing 60-of-120 passes for 713 yards and one touchdown. Jay Barker - All-time winningest quarterback at Alabama, going 34-2-1 as a starter from 1991-94; guided Crimson Tide to undefeated season and national championship in 1992; chosen by Green Bay in fifth round of 1995 NFL draft; played three seasons for Toronto of CFL from 1998-2000, throwing for 3,433 yards and 11 TDs. FAMILIAR FACES James Bostic - RB - Seventh-leading rusher in Auburn history with 2,804 yards from 1990-94; chosen by Los Angeles Rams in third round of 1994 draft; appeared in 11 games with Philadelphia from 1998-99, rushing for 19 yards on five carries. Kevin Drake - WR - Among NFL Europe leading receivers with 37 catches for 525 yards and 12 TDs for Rhein in 2000; at Alabama-Birmingham, began career at quarterback but switched to wide receiver; signed with Arizona of NFL as a free agent in 1998. Calvin Jackson - DB - Send six years in NFL with Miami from 1994-1999, started 57 of 75 games and recorded 267 tackles and four interceptions; appeared in six NFL playoff games. Nicky Savoie - FB - Played for DiNardo at LSU; started 10 games as senior as H-back in 1996, catching 15 passes for 209 yards; played with New Orleans of NFL from 1997-98, catching one pass for 14 yards. Stepfret Williams - WR - set 15 school records at Louisiana-Monroe, including receiving yards (3,177), touchdowns (33) and 100-yard games; chosen by Dallas in third round of 1996 draft; played in 21 games with Cowboys from 1996-97; played five games with NFL Cincinnati in 1998. OTHER Head Coach Gerry DiNardo : Coached Louisiana State University from 1995-98, guiding the Tigers to three straight bowl appearances from 1995-97; coached Vanderbilt, 1991-94; assistant at Colorado, 1982-90; offensive guard for Notre Dame, 1972-74. Offensive Coordinator - Dave Arslanian Defensive Assistant - Woodrow Lowe Jr. Running Backs Coach - Lionel James Receivers Coach - Mark Brady Defensive Line Coach - Don Wnek Defensive Secondary Coach - Curley Hallman Offensive Line Coach - Rick Rhoades VP and General Manager : Tim Berryman Director of Player Personnel : Bob Gates PR Contact : Kent Partridge Address : 400 Graymont Avenue Birmingham, AL 35204 Phone: (205) 488-2658 Fax: (205) 323-5047 Home games played at : Legion Field (83,000) Team colors : Purple, Gold, and Silver 2001 Bolts Final Regular Season Stats (through week 10) DEMONS TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. WT. College Hometown 71 Scott Adams OT 6-6 315 Georgia Watkinsille, GA 18 Pat Barnes QB 6-3 215 California Dove Canyon, CA 97 Albrey Battle DT 6-3 290 Arizona State San Diego, CA 22 Terry Battle RB 5-11 198 Arizona State Phoenix, AZ 6 Francesco Biancamano K 5-8 174 Southern Connecticut State Huntington Station, NY 30 Derek Brown RB 5-10 215 Nebraska Carlsbad, CA 98 Jomo Cousins DE 6-5 273 Florida A&M Tempe, AZ Jimmy Cunningham WR 5-6 165 Howard Houston, TX 21 Wendell Davis CB 5-10 198 Oklahoma Irving, TX 20 Pete Destefano S 6-1 215 University of California San Jose, CA 64 Seth Dittman OT 6-6 315 Stanford Tigard, OR 32 Vaughn Dunbar RB 5-10 210 Indiana Stone Mountain, GA 73 Pita Elisara OT 6-3 287 Indiana Oceanside, CA 99 Eric England DE 6-3 271 Texas A&M Houston, TX 54 Otis Floyd LB 6-2 230 Louisville Southfield, MI 74 Harvey Goins OT 6-5 300 Louisiana - Monroe Monroe, LA 75 Carl Hansen DE 6-4 285 Stanford Houston, TX 24 Dwayne Harper CB 5-11 178 South Carolina State San Diego, CA 52 Jon Haskins LB 6-2 234 Stanford Sarasota, FL 80 James Hundon WR 6-1 173 Portland State Bay Point, CA 60 Robert Hunt C 6-2 307 Virginia Newport News, VA 57 Kevin Jefferson LB 6-1 244 Lehigh Philadelphia, PA 26 Juan Johnson RB 6-1 220 Utah West Jordan, UT 29 Terrance Joseph CB 6-2 209 Tulsa Blue Springs, MO 27 Kevin Kaesviharn S 6-1 180 Augastana Soiux Falls, SD 49 Joe Kavanaugh TE 6-6 255 Villanova Portola Valley, CA 63 Mike Kiselak C 6-2 295 Maryland Irving, TX 72 Josh Kobdish OT 6-6 295 Fresno State Bakersfield, CA 67 Curtice MacFarlane OT 6-4 310 San Jose State Denair, CA 50 Sam Manuel LB 6-3 224 New Mexico State Richmond, CA 95 Jermaine Miles DE 6-4 265 Georgia Tech Brooklyn, NY 92 Abul-Salam Noah DT 6-2 276 San Jose State San Jose, CA 88 Rich O'Donnell TE 6-6 245 Weber State Oroville, CA 93 Emile Palmer DT 6-3 317 Syracuse Landover Hills, MD 9 Mike Pawlawski QB 6-2 220 California San Ramon, CA 56 Craig Powell LB 6-4 235 Ohio State Youngstown, Ohio 41 Jamie Reader RB 5-11 238 Akron Monessen, PA 89 Brian Roberson WR 5-9 168 Fresno State Fresno, CA 84 Brian Roche TE 6-3 255 San Jose State San Diego, CA 77 Steve Scifres OT 6-3 284 Wyoming Flower Mound, TX 51 Barrin Simpson LB 5-11 242 Mississippi State Starkville, MS 39 Terrell Sutton CB 5-11 187 Texas A & M Commerce Jackson, MS 58 Dave Thomas LB 6-3 240 Eastern Illinois Lookout Mountain, TN 36 Greg Williams S 5-10 191 North Carolina Boilingbrook, IL 55 James Williams LB 6-0 246 Mississippi State Natchez, MS 85 Tydus Winans WR 5-10 180 Fresno State Clovis, CA 23 Brandin Young RB 5-11 200 Saint Mary's(CA) Brawley, CA QUARTERBACKS Pat Barnes Player, Frankfurt Galaxy, 1999-2000; threw three touchdown passes to lead the Galaxy to World Bowl title, 1999; led Pac-10 Conference in passing at California, 1996; named MVP of Senior Bowl, 1996. Mike Pawlawski Player, Albany Firebirds, 1996-2000; led Firebirds to Arena Bowl title, 1999; owns highest career QB rating in Arena Football history; player, Miami Hooters, 1995; named Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year at California, 1991; nicknamed the "Polish Rifle." FAMILIAR FACES Kevin Kaesviham, DB Player, Iowa Barnstormers, 1999-2000; named first-team All-Arena League as a defensive specialist, 2000; coach, Division II Augustana, 1998. Michael Kiselak, C Player, Dallas Cowboys, 1998; twice named top offensive lineman in Canadian Football League. Derek Brown, RB Player, New Orleans Saints, 1993-96; led Saints in rushing as a rookie, 1993; player, Nebraska, 1991-92. Vaughn Dunbar, RB Player, New Orleans Saints, 1992, 1994; led Saints in rushing as a rookie, 1992; player, Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995; player, Indiana, 1991. OTHER Head Coach Jim Skipper : Named assistant head coach, New York Giants, before taking Demons' job; running backs coach, New York Giants, 1997-99; running backs coach, Arizona Cardinals, 1996; running backs coach, New Orleans Saints, 1986-95; running backs coach, Philadelphia/Baltimore Stars, 1983-85; running backs coach, Oregon, 1980-82; running backs coach, Pacific, 1979. Defensive Coordinator - Mike Church Secondary Coach - Jaime Hill Running Backs Coach - Thomas Coleman Defensive Line Coach - Keith Millard Offensive Assistant Coach - Kani Kauahi VP and General Manager : Mike Preacher Director of Player Personnel : Greg Mohns PR Contact : Steve Hellyer Address : 1255 Treat Boulevard Walnut Creek, CA 95002 Phone: (925) 671-2516 Fax: (925) 671-2593 Home games played at : Pacific Bell Park (41,059) Team Colors : Red, Black, and Gold HITMEN TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. WT. College Hometown 2 Leo Araguz P 5-11 190 Stephen F. Austin Harlingen, TX 28 Mike Archie RB 5-8 205 Penn State Nashville, TN 31 Butler B'ynote DB 5-11 195 Ohio State Antioch, TN 65 Mike Barber LB 6-1 250 Clemson Edgemoor, SC 90 Tim Beauchamp DE 6-3 271 Florida Oak Hill, FL 27 Michael Blair RB 5-11 245 Ball State Dolton, IL 1 Chris Brantley WR 5-10 179 Rutgers Hackensack, NJ 81 Fred Brock WR 5-9 181 Southern Mississippi Atlanta, GA 91 Lamont Bryant DE 6-3 260 Notre Dame Georgetown, SC 21 Donnie Caldwell DB 5-11 185 Western Illinois Iawton, OK 50 David Camacho OT 6-7 320 Oklahoma State Beggs, OK 62 Ben Cavil OG 6-2 310 Oklahoma Houston, TX 51 Eric Cole C 6-5 310 Penn State Norwood, OH 88 Ryan Collins TE 6-6 257 St. Thomas Robinsdale, MN 92 James Cotton DE 6-4 250 Ohio State Columbus, OH 71 Jerome Daniels OT 6-6 360 Northeastern Chandler, AZ 85 Kirby Dar-Dar WR 5-11 185 Syracuse Morgan City, LA 80 Zola Davis WR 6-1 185 South Carolina Columbia, SC 29 Anthony DiCosmo WR 6-2 194 Boston College Fair Lawn, NJ 22 Keith Elias FB 5-9 203 Princeton Indianapolis, IN 26 Joey Eloms DB 5-10 183 Indiana Fort Wayne, IN 52 Haven Fields LB 6-0 219 Auburn Auburn, AL 67 Ben Hanks LB 6-2 232 Florida Miami, FL 87 Marcus Hinton TE 6-6 260 Alcorn State University Wiggins, MS Paris Lenon LB 6-1 228 Richmond 78 Christain Maumalanga DT 6-3 320 Kansas Hawthorne, CA 77 Curtis McGee OT 6-4 285 Georgia Tech Marshville, NC 11 Corte McGuffey QB 6-0 206 Northern Colorado Fort Collins, CO 68 Ron Meckerson LB 6-2 247 Colorado Las Vegas, NV 55 Dustin Owen C 6-2 315 Hawaii Temeula, CA 54 Tyrell Peters LB 6-1 235 Oklahoma Norman, OK 24 Dino Philyaw RB 5-10 205 Oregon Eugene, OR 61 Juan Porter OG 6-3 294 Ohio State Columbus, OH 7 Charles Puleri QB 6-1 200 New Mexico State Deerfield, FL 93 Israel Raybon DE 6-6 305 North Alabama Huntsville, AL 14 Wally Richardson QB 6-4 225 Penn State Suwanee, GA 86 Bob Rosenstiel TE 6-4 245 Eastern Illinois Napa, CA 95 Dwayne Sabb DE 6-5 255 New Hampshire S. Easton, MA 46 Tawambi Settles DB 6-2 195 Duke Chattanooga, TN 25 Nathan Simmons RB 5-9 187 Oklahoma State Stillwater, OK 70 Henry Slay DT 6-2 290 West Virginia Elyria, OH 76 Jermaine Smith DT 6-3 298 Georgia Green Bay, WI 64 Troy Stark OG 6-6 308 Georgia McDonough, GA 82 Eric Stocz TE 6-4 260 Westminster West Bloomfield, MI 35 Tyree Talton DB 5-11 201 Northern Iowa Beloit, WI 34 Mark Tate DB 6-1 190 Penn State Chandler, AZ 30 Brad Trout DB 6-2 209 Valdosta State Marrietta, GA 17 Damen Wheeler DB 5-9 185 Colorado Sacramento, CA QUARTERBACKS Corte McGuffey - Player, Northern Colorado, 1996-99; won Harlan Hill Trophy as Division II Player of the Year, 1999; led Bears to Division II national championship, 1997. Charles Puleri - First-ever draft pick, seventh overall, by Hitmen, 2000; signed one-year contract with Dallas Cowboys, 2000; traded to New Jersey Red Dogs, 1999; player, London Monarchs, 1997; player, Miami Hooters, Dallas Texans, Iowa Barnstormers, 1995-1998; player, Sacramento Goldminers, 1993-94. Wally Richardson - Third QB for Baltimore Ravens, 1997; signed by Atlanta Falcons, 1999; Player, London Monarchs, 1998; Player, Penn State, 1993-96; ranks fourth all-time with 4,419 passing yards at Penn State; holds school record for lowest interception percentage. FAMILIAR FACES Mike Archie, RB Player, Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans, 1996-98; broke school record at Penn State for career receptions by a running back; rushed for 1,830 yards and scored 14 touchdowns in 48 games, including 13 starts, with the Nittany Lions. Chris Brantley, WR Player, Los Angeles Rams, 1994; player, Buffalo Bills, 1996-97; player, Scottish Claymores, 1998; first-team All-Big East Conference as a senior at Rutgers, 1993. Keith Elias, RB Player, New York Giants, 1994-96; player, Indianapolis Colts, 1998-99; won Bushnell Cup as Ivy League MVP at Princeton, 1993. OTHER Head Coach Rusty Tillman : Def. coord., Ind. Colts, 1998; def. coord., Tampa Bay Bucs, 1995; def. coord., Seattle Seahawks, 1992-94; tight ends/sp. teams coach, Seahawks, 1987-91; sp. teams coach, Seahawks, 1979-82; player, Washington Redskins, 1970-77. Offensive Coordinator - Greg Briner Running Backs Coach - Joseph Lombardi Defensive Line Coach - Bill Urbanik Linebackers Coach - Tony Mottola Special Teams Coach - Paul Butcher VP and General Manager : Drew Pearson Director of Player Personnel : Joe Mack PR Contact : Jon Schwartz Address : Meadowlands Office Complex 301 Route 17 North, 10th Floor East Rutherford, NJ 07070 Phone: (201) 372-3300 Fax: (201) 372-0430 Home games played at : Giants Stadium (78,741) Team Colors : Black and Blue ENFORCERS TEAM ROSTER Number Name Pos HT. WT. College Hometown 67 Bennie Anderson OG 6-3 317 Tennessee State St, Louis, MO 93 Dunstan Anderson DE 6-4 258 Tulsa University FT. Worth, TX 86 Tyji Armstrong TE 6-4 254 Mississippi State Balm, FL 36 Raymond Austin CB 5-11 181 Tennessee Vernon Hills, IL 20 John Avery RB 5-9 190 Mississippi Asheville, NC 83 Aaron Bailey WR 5-10 190 Louisville Ann Arbor, MI 53 Jamie Baisley LB 6-2 246 Indiana Glencoe, IL 75 Octavious Bishop OT 6-5 330 Texas Austin, TX 27 Jayson Bray CB 5-9 190 Auburn La Grange, GA 45 Dorian Brew CB 5-10 182 Kansas O'Fallon, MO 77 Jason Chorak DE 6-3 260 Washington Vashon Island, WA 18 Fred Coleman WR 6-1 190 Washington Tyler, Texas 29 Quincy Coleman CB 5-10 182 Jackson State Jackson, MS 43 Steve Conley DE 6-5 229 Arkansas Chicago, IL 78 Rameel Connor DE 6-3 276 Illinois Champaign, IL 31 Kerry Cooks S 6-0 195 Iowa Austell, GA 4 Andy Crosland K 6-3 220 Miami (FL) Miami, FL 56 Casey Dailey LB 6-3 249 Northwestern Long Beach, CA 46 Chike Egbuniwe LB 6-1 236 Duke Dallas, TX 5 Paul Failla QB 6-2 199 Indiana (PA) Sewickly, PA 54 Matt Finkes DE 6-3 255 Ohio State Columbus, OH 99 Larry Fitzpatrick DT 6-4 275 Illinois State Detroit, MI 50 Aaron Humphrey DE 6-3 245 Texas Lubbock, TX 24 Corey Ivy CB 5-8 183 Oklahoma Moore, OK 74 Paul Janus OG 6-5 298 Northwestern Edgerton, WI 42 LeShon Johnson RB 5-11 200 Northern Illinois Tulsa, OK 79 Bryan LaBelle OG 6-6 310 Northwestern Covington, WA 13 Tim Lester QB 6-3 202 Western Michigan Wheaton, IL 17 Luke Leverson WR 5-11 180 Minnesota Miami, FL 88 Zechariah Lord WR 6-1 197 Guilford Greenwich, CT 89 Tim Martin TE 6-4 277 Tulsa Claremore, OK 37 Blake McCall S 6-0 200 Eastern Michigan North Las Vegas, NV 51 Kevin McCullar LB 6-2 245 Texas Tech San Antonio, TX 12 Kevin McDougal QB 6-2 200 Notre Dame Pompano Beach, FL 66 Rob Murphy OG 6-5 300 Ohio State Cincinnati, OH 87 Roell Preston WR 5-10 185 Mississippi Miami, FL 84 Lovett Purnell TE 6-3 245 West Virginia Tampa, FL 60 Tony Ramirez OT 6-5 305 Colorado State Englewood,. CO 44 Brian Rogers LB 6-2 239 Oregon State Houston, TX 94 Don Sasa DT 6-5 330 Washington State Charlotte, NC 21 Troy Saunders CB 5-10 185 Florida State Miami, FL 85 William Tate TE 6-4 256 Oregon Roswell, NM 91 Hubert Thompson DE 6-4 298 Michigan State Lombard, IL 49 Carlos Timmons LB 6-1 242 Eastern Kentucky Cedar Hill, TX 34 Charles Wiley RB 6-1 220 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA 55 Antron Wright LB 6-0 254 Bethune-Cookman Miami, FL 80 Ryan Yarborough WR 6-2 195 Wyoming Olympia Field, IL QUARTERBACKS Paul Failla - Spent 3 1/2 seasons in Anaheim Angels' farm system; Played football for NCAA Notre Dame, 1991-93, making 25 appearances and two starts Tim Lester - Played for NCAA Western Michigan, 1996-99; Set 17 Broncos records as a four-year starter Kevin McDougal - Played for AFL Milwaukee Mustangs, 1998-2000; Played for CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 1996-97; Played for World League London Monarchs, 1995; NCAA Notre Dame career leader in completion percentage (62.2) and passing efficiency (154.4) FAMILIAR FACES Aaron Bailey - WR - Played for NFL Indianapolis, 1994-98; holds Colts record for career kickoff return yardage (3,501) Jamie Baisley - LB - Played 1999 in NFL Europe with Rhein; led Fire with 41 tackles Matt Finkes - LB - Played 2000 in NFL Europe with Scotland; led Claymores with 59 tackles Aaron Humphrey - DE - Played for NCAA Texas, 1996-99; Longhorns' MVP and Defensive Player of the Year, 1999 LeShon Johnson - RB - Played for NFL Green Bay, Arizona and New York Giants, 1994-1999; played for NCAA Northern Illinois, earning first team All-American honors and finishing sixth in Heisman Trophy voting, 1993; missed season with lymphoma, 1998 Rob Murphy - OG - Played for NCAA Ohio State, earning two-time All-American and All-Big Ten honors, 1997-98 Charles Wiley - RB - Played for NFL Europe Frankfurt, 1999; Rushed for over 1,000 yards in injury-riddled career at NCAA Georgia Tech OTHER Head Coach Ron Meyer : Coached NFL New Eng., 1982-84; and Indianapolis, 1986-91; two-time AFC Coach of the Year, 1982, 1987; coached CFL Las Vegas Posse, 1994; pro football analyst for CNN/SI, 1992-2000; two-time NCAA Coach of the Year (UNLV and SMU) Ass't Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator - Steve Endicott Defensive Coordinator - Pete Adrian Defensive Line Coach - Harvey Armstrong Offensive Backfield Coach - Dennis Gentry Offensive Line Coach - Rod Holder Defensive Backs Coach - Tony Lombardi VP & General Manager : Conrad "Connie" Kowal Director of Player Personnel : Quintin Smith PR Contact : John Lanctot Address : 70 East Lake Street, Suite 1200 Chicago, IL 60601 Phone: (312) 356-9900 Fax: (312) 920-9343 Home games played at : Soldier Field (66,944) Team Colors : Silver, Blue, and Black end of season rosters as of 4/6/01 Birmingham Bolts NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 4 Joe Douglass, WR 6-1 183 1/24/74 Montana 5 Brad Palazzo, K 5-9 185 8/29/75 Tulane 7 Jay Barker, QB 6-3 220 7/20/72 Alabama 13 Graham Leigh, QB 6-1 212 5/10/75 New Mexico 15 Chris Perkins, QB 6-3 220 10/2/77 Tennesee State 16 Mark Washington, QB 6-2 212 2/27/77 Jackson State 20 Kelvin Sigler, S 6-1 186 6/20/76 Alabama 23 Sedrick Curry, CB 6-1 197 11/23/76 Texas A&M 24 Eric Hickson, RB 5-8 203 10/25/74 Kansas State 25 Toya Jones, DB 6-1 199 10/28/76 Texas A&M 30 Chris Shelling, DB 5-10 193 11/3/72 Auburn 31 Duane Butler, S 6-0 203 11/29/73 Illinois State 32 Curtis Alexander, RB 6-1 205 6/11/74 Alabama 33 James Bostic, RB 5-11 227 3/13/72 Auburn 36 Fred White, S 5-10 205 3/18/77 Tennessee 37 Eric Sloan, CB 5-8 171 7/28/78 Troy State 38 Calvin Jackson, S 5-10 200 10/28/72 Auburn 44 Fred Perry, OL 6-1 236 1/5/75 South Arkansas 50 James Willis, LB 6-2 250 9/2/72 Auburn 53 Keith Franklin, OL 6-1 225 3/4/70 South Carolina 56 Malcolm Hamilton, LB 6-2 251 12/31/72 Baylor 57 Dion Foxx, OL 6-3 243 6/11/71 James Madison 58 Charles Preston, DE 6-5 270 4/19/75 Hampton 60 Eric Bateman, OT 6-7 320 12/28/73 BYU 63 Antonio Fleming, OG 6-3 309 2/6/74 Georgia 65 Ryan Thomassie, C 6-2 290 7/1/77 LSU 66 Matt Hogg, OG/C 6-5 306 12/27/74 Youngstown State 71 Michael Lies, OL 6-3 200 9/8/75 Kansas 73 Tim Conley, OT 6-5 205 12/31/77 Sacramento St 74 Chase Raynock, OT 6-6 305 9/29/77 Montana 77 Mike Edwards, OG 6-6 310 7/11/75 Neveda 78 Ozell Powell, OT 6-4 302 11/17/73 Alabama 80 Stepfret Williams, WR 6-1 170 6/14/73 UL-Monroe 81 Kaipo McGuire, WR 5-11 185 1/16/74 BYU 82 Quincy Jackson, WR 6-0 194 4/2/77 Alabama 83 Reggie Johnson, TE 6-2 265 1/27/68 Florida State 84 Steve Smith, WR 5-9 190 5/30/74 Utah State 85 Kevin Drake, WR 6-3 183 1/2/75 UAB 86 Ed Smith, TE 6-4 260 6/5/69 No College 87 Scott Thompson, TE 6-3 245 10/6/76 Fresno State 90 Jarett Loggins, DT 6-2 295 1/4/75 Northern Arizona 92 Kyle Schroeder, DE 6-4 290 1/18/78 Dartmouth 95 Quinton Reese, DE 6-4 252 8/26/77 Auburn 96 Jimmy Brumbaugh, DT 6-1 287 12/9/76 Auburn 98 Cedric Pittman, DE 6-2 261 6/8/77 Nevada INJURED RESERVE --------------- 11 Casey Weldon, QB 6-1 206 2/3/69 Florida State 21 David Knott, S 6-1 201 3/18/72 Mississippi 55 Patrick Scott, LB 6-5 265 6/4/71 South Carolina State 94 Johnny Mitchell, DT 6-4 312 10/20/76 LSU Head Coach: Gerry Dinardo 04-06-01 21:06 et Chicago Enforcers NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 2 Luther Leverson, WR 5-11 185 4/16/78 Minnesota 4 Andy Crosland, K/P 6-3 220 11/17/76 Miami (FL) 7 Craig Whelihan, QB 6-5 225 4/15/71 Pacific 13 Tim Lester, QB 6-0 220 2/8/77 Western Michigan 15 Kevin McDougal, QB 6-2 200 5/29/72 Notre Dame 18 Fred Coleman, WR 6-1 190 1/31/75 Washington 20 John Avery, RB 5-9 190 1/11/76 Mississippi 21 Troy Saunders, DB 5-10 185 4/25/76 Florida State 22 John Fisher, DB 5-11 196 7/28/73 Missouri Western 23 Halakilangi Muagututia, DB 6-0 200 6/28/75 Texas El-Paso 24 Corey Ivy, DB 5-8 182 3/29/77 Oklahoma 27 Jason Bray, DB 5-9 190 3/7/76 Auburn 29 Quincy Coleman, DB 5-10 182 7/23/75 Jackson State 30 Tony McCall, DB 5-8 180 6/16/74 North Carolina 31 Kerry Crooks, S 5-11 202 3/28/74 Iowa 34 Charles Wiley, RB 6-1 220 1/27/76 Georgia Tech 36 Ray Austin, DB 5-11 181 12/21/74 Tennessee 42 LeShon Johnson, RB 5-11 200 1/15/71 Northern Illinois 45 Dorian Brew, DB 5-10 182 7/19/74 Kansas 46 Chike Egbuniwe, LB 6-1 236 12/25/74 Duke 49 Carlos Timmons, LB 6-1 242 5/17/72 Eastern Kentucky 50 Aaron Humphrey, DE 6-3 260 9/22/77 Texas 53 Jamie Baisley, LB 6-2 246 3/1/74 Indiana 54 Matt Finkes, LB 6-3 255 2/15/75 Ohio State 55 Kivuusama Mays, LB 6-3 249 1/7/75 North Carolina 56 Casey Dailey, DE 6-4 255 6/11/75 Northwestern 60 Tony Ramirez, OT 6-6 305 1/26/73 Northern Colorado 66 Rob Murphy, OG 6-5 305 1/18/77 Ohio State 67 Bennie Anderson, OG 6-3 326 2/17/77 Tennessee State 70 Derrick Turner, OG 6-4 312 8/27/73 Florida A&M 74 Paul Janus, C 6-5 290 3/17/75 Northwestern 77 Christopher Perez, OT 6-5 280 6/21/69 Kansas 78 Eric Schnupp, OT 6-4 274 3/24/77 Miami (Fla.) 79 Bryan LaBelle, OG 6-6 310 4/12/76 Northwestern 83 Aaron Bailey, WR 5-10 190 10/24/71 Louisville 84 Kent Layman, WR 5-11 185 7/6/76 Missouri 85 Willy Tate, TE 6-4 256 9/7/72 Oregon 86 Tyji Armstrong, TE 6-4 259 10/3/70 Mississippi State 88 Junior Lord, WR 6-1 197 3/11/76 Guilford 89 Tim Martin, TE 6-4 264 4/12/76 Tulsa 91 Hubert Thompson, DE 6-5 275 8/30/78 Michigan State 94 Don Sasa, DT 6-5 330 9/16/72 Washington State 96 Sterling Palmer, DE 6-6 280 2/4/71 Florida State 97 Jason Chorak, DE 6-4 255 9/23/74 Washington 99 Larry Fitzpatrick, DE 6-4 275 8/17/76 Illinois State INJURED RESERVE --------------- 37 Donald McCall, DB 6-0 190 8/17/77 Eastern Michigan 80 Ryan Yarborough, WR 6-2 195 4/26/71 Wyoming Head Coach: Ron Meyer 04-06-01 21:08 et Las Vegas Outlaws NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 2 Nakia Jenkins, WR 6-0 220 6/29/75 Utah State 3 Kevin Scott, CB 5-9 180 5/19/69 Stanford 7 Corey Nelson, WR 6-1 192 10/9/77 Boise State 13 Jim Ballard, QB 6-4 315 4/16/72 Mount Union 14 Mark Grieb, QB 6-3 200 5/23/74 UC-Davis 16 Ryan Clement, QB 6-2 230 10/25/75 Miami 17 Paul McCallum, K/P 5-11 185 1/7/70 No College 20 Chris Bayne, S 5-11 210 3/22/75 Fresno State 22 Chrys Chukwuma, RB 6-0 232 5/12/78 Arkansas 24 Kory Blackwell, CB 5-11 175 8/3/72 Massachusetts 27 Brandon Sanders, S 5-9 185 6/10/73 Arizona 28 Jamel Williams, S 6-0 205 12/12/73 Nebraska 29 Hurley Tarver, CB 6-0 180 11/30/75 Central Oklahoma 30 Rod Smart, RB 5-9 185 1/9/77 Western Kentucky 31 Kelly Herndon, CB 5-11 185 11/3/76 Toledo 33 Ben Snell, RB 6-1 233 7/24/76 Ohio Northern 35 Jason Kaiser, S 6-1 210 11/9/73 Culver-Stockton 39 Jonathan Jackson, LB 6-2 240 9/2/77 Oregon State 44 Mike Crawford, LB 6-4 245 10/29/74 Nevada 48 Joseph Tuipala, LB 6-1 240 9/13/76 San Diego State 50 Toran James, LB 6-3 249 3/8/74 North Carolina A&T 51 Marcel Willis, LB 6-4 235 5/12/75 Ohio State 52 Aaron Graham, C 6-4 285 5/22/73 Nebraska 54 Kurt Gouveia, LB 6-1 240 9/14/64 BYU 63 David Diaz-Infante, T 6-3 295 3/31/64 San Jose State 64 Lamont Burns, C 6-4 310 3/16/74 East Carolina 66 Lonnie Palelei, G 6-4 310 10/15/70 UNLV 68 Angel Rubio, DT 6-2 310 4/12/75 SE Missouri State 71 Mark Nori, G 6-3 317 1/1/74 Boston College 72 Carl Simpson, DE 6-3 317 4/18/70 Florida State 74 Jon Blackman, T 6-6 290 10/8/75 Purdue 75 Tony Berti, G/T 6-6 280 6/21/72 Colorado 78 Adriano Belli, DT 6-5 290 8/25/77 Houston 79 Pat Kesi, G 6-3 305 9/10/73 Washington 80 Eric Guilford, WR 5-8 180 10/25/69 Arizona State 82 Mike Furrey, WR 5-10 181 5/12/77 Northern Iowa 85 Keith Jennings, TE 6-4 262 5/19/66 Clemson 86 Rickey Brady, TE 6-4 246 11/19/71 Oklahoma 87 Werner Hippler, TE 6-5 270 7/30/70 Sacramento State 88 Yo Murphy, WR 5-10 188 5/11/71 Idaho 90 Michael Mason, DE 6-3 270 3/4/74 Kentucky State 92 Kelvin Kinney, DE 6-7 270 12/31/72 Virginia State 95 Antonio Edwards, DE 6-3 271 3/10/70 Valdosta State 97 Ty Parten, DE 6-5 282 10/13/69 Arizona 99 Jermaine Smith, DT 6-3 298 2/3/72 Georgia INJURED RESERVE --------------- 12 Chuck Clements, QB 6-3 214 9/29/73 Houston 84 Brett Bech, WR 6-1 201 8/20/71 LSU Head Coach: Jim Criner st 04-06-01 21:09 et Los Angeles Extreme NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 1 Jose Cortez, K 5-11 205 5/27/75 Oregon State 2 Ron Carpenter, S 6-0 232 5/12/78 Arkansas 5 Richard Jones, RB 5-9 188 8/4/73 Texas A&M Kingsville 8 Tommy Maddox, QB 6-4 220 9/2/71 UCLA 13 Scott Milanovich, QB 6-3 220 1/25/73 Maryland 14 Noel Prefontaine, QB 6-0 195 12/23/73 San Diego State 15 Damon Dunn, WR 6-1 182 3/15/76 Stanford 18 Jason Shelley, WR 6-1 192 8/5/74 Central State 20 Jeff Russell, S 6-0 195 12/13/71 Pacific 21 Reginald Durden, CB 5-8 165 11/22/76 Florida State 22 Rashaan Shehee, RB 5-10 207 6/20/75 Washington 23 Tinker Keck, S 6-1 205 8/10/76 Cincinnati 24 Saladin McCullough, RB 5-9 195 7/17/75 Oregon 25 Terry Billups, CB 5-10 180 2/9/75 North Carolina 26 Dell McGee, CB 5-8 185 9/7/73 Auburn 27 Eric Johnson, S 6-2 205 6/28/72 Idaho State 28 Ken Oxendine, RB 6-1 225 10/4/75 Virginia Tech 29 Ricky Parker, S 6-0 198 12/4/74 San Diego State 39 Frank Leatherwood, TE 6-2 260 8/15/77 Appalachian State 45 Leomont Evans, S 6-1 202 7/12/74 Clemson 46 Juan Long, LB 6-2 245 11/21/71 Mississippi State 47 Josh Wilcox, TE 6-3 255 6/5/74 Oregon 51 Rico Mack, LB 6-4 250 2/22/71 Appalachian State 53 Shawn Stuckey, LB 6-1 230 10/22/75 Troy State 56 Jonathan Himebauch, C 6-2 288 8/13/75 USC 59 Errick Herrin, LB 6-1 235 4/3/69 USC 60 Bruce Beaton, G/T 6-5 285 6/13/68 Arcadia 64 Chris Brymer, G 6-2 311 11/29/74 USC 69 Jerry Crafts, OT 6-5 375 1/6/68 Oklahoma 72 Scott Whitaker, G 6-6 320 5/7/74 Kansas State 75 Matt Keneley, DT 6-5 295 12/1/73 USC 76 Jose Portilla, C 6-6 315 9/11/72 Arizona 77 Bobby Singh, OL 6-3 315 11/21/75 Portland State 78 Nate Miller, G 6-4 320 10/8/71 LSU 79 Eric Johnson, DT 6-1 270 2/4/74 Pittsburgh 80 Darnell McDonald, WR 6-3 205 5/26/76 Kansas State 81 Damon Gibson, WR 5-9 184 2/25/75 Iowa 82 Latario Rachel, WR 5-11 183 1/31/73 Fresno State 86 Jeremaine Copeland, WR 6-1 200 2/19/77 Tennessee 90 Dave Richie, DE 6-4 292 8/26/73 Washington 91 Cedric Harden, DE 6-6 260 10/19/74 Florida A&M 93 Curtis Eason, DT 6-2 295 4/16/76 East Tennessee State 94 Chad Pegues, DT 6-0 300 12/13/76 Illinois State 96 Jamal Duff, DE 6-7 285 3/11/72 San Diego State 97 Ramondo Stallings, DT 6-7 270 12/21/71 San Diego State INJURED RESERVE --------------- 4 Larry Ryans, WR 6-1 198 7/28/71 Clemson 10 Clifton Abraham, CB 5-9 188 12/9/71 Florida State 58 Steve Russ, LB 6-4 245 9/16/72 Air Force 99 Reggie Lowe, DE 6-3 250 6/14/75 Troy State Head Coach: Al Luginbill 04-06-01 21:10 et Memphis Maniax NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 3 Jackie Kellogg, DB 6-2 200 3/29/71 Eastern Washington 5 Marcus Crandell, QB 5-11 204 1/6/74 East Carolina 7 Jeff Hall, K 6-0 187 7/30/76 Tennessee 16 Jim Druckenmiller, QB 6-4 236 9/19/72 Virginia Tech 21 John Williams, DB 5-9 180 7/26/74 Southern 22 Ketric Sanford, RB 5-8 207 7/6/78 Houston 23 Corey Sawyer, DB 5-11 186 10/4/71 Florida State 24 Marcus Wimberly, DB 6-0 210 7/8/74 Miami, Fla. 27 Rico Clark, DB 5-10 181 6/6/74 Louisville 32 Beau Morgan, QB 5-9 204 8/4/75 Air Force 35 Tyrone Bell, DB 6-3 210 10/20/74 North Alabama 42 Roosevelt Potts, FB 6-0 267 1/8/71 UL Monroe 48 Jim Kitts, FB 6-2 245 12/28/72 Ferrum 50 Caspor Stiles, LB 6-0 235 10/7/77 Memphis 51 Paris Lenon, LB 6-2 234 11/26/77 Richmond 52 Paul Lacoste, LB 6-2 240 9/3/74 Mississippi State 53 Tramont Lawless, DE 6-3 258 10/9/76 Memphis 54 Richard Hogans, LB 6-2 253 7/8/75 Memphis 62 Tim Seymour, C 6-1 317 5/13/77 Memphis 69 Isaac Davis, G 6-3 320 4/8/72 Arkansas 70 Jesse James, G 6-5 316 9/16/71 Mississippi State 71 Earl Scott, OL 6-2 312 8/31/73 Arkansas 74 Bernard Williams, OT 6-9 250 7/18/72 Georgia 75 Glen Roundtree, G 6-3 302 11/24/73 Clemson 77 Mike Sheldon, OT 6-4 305 6/8/73 Grand Valley State 78 Shante Carver, DE 6-5 265 2/12/71 Arizona State 79 Harry Boatswain, OT 6-5 330 6/26/69 New Haven 80 Darryl Hobbs, WR 6-2 178 5/23/68 Pacific 84 Mark Thomas, TE 6-4 250 4/26/76 North Carolina State 86 Keith Crawford, WR 6-2 195 11/21/70 Howard Payne 87 Jahine Arnold, WR 6-2 176 6/19/73 Fresno State 88 Charles Jordan, WR 5-11 180 10/9/69 Long Beach CC 90 Marvin Thomas, DE 6-4 271 10/19/73 Memphis 92 Leonta Rheams, DT 6-2 294 8/1/76 Houston 94 Patrick Sapp, LB 6-4 258 5/11/73 Clemson 96 T.J. Frier, DT 6-3 317 8/17/77 Memphis 97 Antonio Anderson, DL 6-7 315 6/4/73 Syracuse INJURED RESERVE --------------- 12 Kevin Prentiss, WR 5-7 155 11/9/76 Mississippi State 99 Mike Sutton, DE 6-4 286 4/21/75 LSU Head Coach: Kippy Brown 04-06-01 21:12 et New York/New Jersey Hitmen NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 2 Leo Araguz, K 5-11 195 1/18/70 Stephen F. Austin 7 Charles Puleri, QB 6-2 215 3/1/70 New Mexico State 11 Corte McGuffey, QB 6-1 215 6/19/77 Northern Colorado 19 Damen Wheeler, CB 5-9 185 9/3/77 Colorado 21 Donnie Caldwell, SS 6-0 190 10/26/77 Western Illinois 24 Dino Philyaw, RB 5-11 212 10/30/70 Oregon 26 Joey Eloms, CB 5-10 185 10/2/76 Indiana 27 Michael Blair, FB 6-0 240 11/26/74 Ball State 28 Mike Archie, RB 5-8 205 10/14/72 Penn State 31 Butler B'ynote, CB 5-11 195 9/29/72 Ohio State 34 Mark Tate, CB 6-0 200 3/20/74 Penn State 35 Tyree Talton, S 6-0 210 5/10/76 Northern Iowa 36 Brad Trout, S 6-1 220 1/22/75 Valdosta State 38 Joe Aska, RB 5-11 247 7/14/72 Central Oklahoma 51 Eric Cole, C 6-5 310 1/2/77 Penn State 55 Bernard Russ, LB 6-1 240 11/4/73 West Virginia 57 Ron Merkerson, LB 6-1 247 8/30/75 Colorado 58 Ben Hanks, LB 6-2 232 7/31/72 Florida 60 Robert Hunt, G 6-3 300 7/22/75 Virginia 61 Juan Porter, G 6-4 305 11/26/73 Ohio State 62 Vernon Crawford, LB 6-2 240 6/25/74 Florida State 63 Ben Cavil, G 6-2 310 1/31/72 Oklahoma 64 Troy Stark, G 6-7 310 1/2/73 Georgia 70 Henry Slay, DT 6-2 300 4/28/75 West Virginia 76 Harvey Goins, OT 6-5 300 11/15/77 UL-Monroe 77 Curtis McGee, OT 6-5 305 3/28/74 Georgia Tech 78 Christian Maumalanga, DT 6-3 320 12/15/71 Kansas 80 Zola Davis, WR 6-1 185 1/16/75 South Carolina 84 Anthony DiCosmo, WR 6-3 200 8/8/77 Boston College 85 Kirby Dar Dar, WR 5-9 186 3/27/72 Syracuse 86 Bob Rosenstiel, TE 6-4 245 2/7/74 Eastern Illinois 87 Marcus Hinton, TE 6-4 260 12/27/71 Alcorn State 88 Ryan Collins, TE 6-7 265 11/1/75 St. Thomas 90 Tim Beauchamp, DE 6-3 270 3/18/77 Florida 91 Lamont Bryant, DE 6-3 270 10/11/76 Notre Dame 92 James Cotton, DE 6-3 250 11/7/76 Ohio State 93 Israel Raybon, DT 6-6 305 2/5/73 North Alabama 95 Dwayne Sabb, DE 6-5 247 10/9/69 New Hampshire INJURED RESERVE --------------- 3 Obadiah Cooper, WR 5-8 163 3/8/70 Eastern Illinois 22 Keith Elias, RB 5-10 200 2/3/72 Princeton 54 Tyrell Peters, LB 6-1 240 8/4/74 Oklahoma 79 Jerome Daniels, OT 6-6 360 9/13/74 Northeastern 82 Eric Stocz, TE 6-4 260 5/25/74 Westminster Head Coach: Rusty Tillman 04-06-01 21:14 et Orlando Rage NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 2 Shannon Culver, WR 5-10 160 5/10/71 Oklahoma State 4 Kevin Swayne, WR 6-2 175 1/17/75 Wayne State 5 Mario Bailey, WR 5-9 175 11/30/70 Washington 10 Jay Taylor, K 6-1 175 10/3/76 West Virginia 14 Brian Kuklick, QB 6-3 205 5/23/76 Wake Forest 16 Jim Arellanes, QB 6-4 210 1/30/74 Fresno State 20 Brian Shay, RB 5-8 207 2/22/77 Emporia State 21 Mike Black, RB 5-11 206 5/3/74 Washington State 23 Kelly Malveaux, DB 5-9 176 5/11/76 Arizona 24 Ricky Bell, DB 5-10 195 10/2/74 North Carolina St. 26 Reginal Doster, CB 5-9 185 9/6/73 Central Florida 30 Hassan Shamsid-Deen, DB 5-9 183 1/26/76 North Carolina St. 33 Louis Riddick, DB 6-2 210 3/15/69 Pittsburgh 35 Stephen Fisher, DB 5-10 183 5/20/76 North Carolina 40 Omar Brown, DB 5-10 200 3/28/75 North Carolina 41 Cory Gilliard, DB 6-1 210 10/10/74 Ball State 43 Derrick Clark, RB 6-1 235 5/4/71 Evangel 46 Rich Young, LB 6-1 255 5/12/75 Tulsa 50 Kevin Jefferson, LB 6-1 244 1/14/74 Lehigh 51 James Burgess, LB 5-11 235 3/31/74 Miami (FL) 54 Jimmy Clements, LB 6-2 230 12/28/73 Georgia Tech 56 Shawn Banks, LB 6-0 235 10/14/72 Texas Tech 57 Cal Dixon, OL 6-4 290 10/11/69 Florida 58 Patrise Alexander, LB 6-1 250 10/23/72 Louisiana-Lafayette 60 Garin Patrick, OL 6-3 269 8/31/71 Louisville 64 Jeff Miller, OL 6-4 317 11/23/72 Mississippi 65 Jeremy Akers, OL 6-5 305 1/9/74 Notre Dame 66 Dan Collins, OL 6-4 300 7/27/76 Boston College 68 Dan Goodspeed, OL 6-6 300 5/20/77 Kent 72 Ben Huff, DL 6-4 300 2/21/75 Michigan 73 Jason Gamble, OL 6-3 310 9/12/75 Clemson 76 Cheston Blackshear, OL 6-3 289 8/12/77 Florida 79 Sean Love, OL 6-4 290 9/6/68 Penn State 80 Scott Cloman, WR 6-2 201 7/1/73 Southern 81 Dialleo Burks, WR 6-2 180 7/7/74 Eastern Kentucky 85 Lawrence Hart, TE 6-4 260 9/19/76 Southern 87 Vince Marrow, TE 6-3 251 8/17/68 Toledo 90 James Roberson, DL 6-3 275 5/3/71 Florida State 91 Sedric Clark, LB 6-1 248 1/28/73 Tulsa 93 Corey Mayfield, DL 6-2 305 2/25/71 Oklahoma 95 Bill Duff, DL 6-3 285 2/24/74 Tennessee 97 Mark Campbell, DT 6-2 320 9/12/72 Florida 99 Andre Purvis, DL 6-4 310 7/14/73 North Carolina INJURED RESERVE --------------- 1 Tony Gaiter, WR 5-8 170 7/15/74 Miami (FL) 11 Jeff Brohm, QB 6-1 205 4/24/71 Louisville 70 Ken Anderson, DL 6-3 310 10/4/75 Arkansas 86 Terrance Huston, TE 6-4 255 8/24/76 Butte College Head Coach: Galen Hall st 04-06-01 21:15 et San Francisco Demons NO NAME-POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE -- -------- -- -- --- ------- 3 Oteman Sampson, QB 6-0 195 4/25/75 Florida A&M 4 Kelvin Anderson, TB 5-8 205 2/4/72 SE Missouri State 9 Mike Pawlawski, QB 6-2 220 7/18/69 California 10 Mike Panasuk, K 5-11 198 12/1/68 Ferris State 15 Jimmy Cunningham, WR 5-8 165 1/1/73 Howard 17 Marvin Coleman, CB 5-9 170 1/31/72 Central State 18 Pat Barnes, QB 6-3 216 2/23/75 California 20 Pete Destefano, S 6-1 222 4/16/76 California 21 Wendell Davis, CB 5-10 197 6/26/73 Oklahoma 22 Terry Battle, RB 5-11 198 2/7/76 Arizona State 23 Brandin Young, RB 5-10 206 8/20/78 Saint Mary's(CA) 24 Dwayne Harper, CB 5-10 179 3/29/66 South Carolina State 26 Juan Johnson, RB 6-1 220 1/28/66 Utah 27 Kevin Kaesviharn, S 6-1 180 8/29/76 Augustana 28 Lee Cole, CB 5-11 198 6/25/74 Arizona State 29 Terrance Joseph, CB 6-2 209 2/14/75 Tulsa 32 Toby Wright, SS 5-11 215 11/19/70 Nebraska 36 Greg Williams, S 5-11 193 3/12/76 North Carolina 39 Terrell Sutton, CB 6-0 187 8/26/75 Texas A&M Commerce 41 Jamie Reader, FB 6-0 228 5/4/74 Akron 50 Sam Manuel, LB 6-3 224 12/1/73 New Mexico State 52 Jon Haskins, LB 6-2 240 10/6/75 Stanford 54 Otis Floyd, LB 6-1 238 6/13/76 Louisville 55 James Williams, LB 6-0 246 10/10/68 Mississippi State 56 Craig Powell, LB 6-4 247 11/13/71 Ohio State 63 Mike Kiselak, C 6-3 295 3/9/67 Maryland 64 Seth Dittman, OT 6-7 309 7/23/72 Stanford 70 Jeff Buckey, OT 6-4 300 8/7/74 Stanford 71 Scott Adams, OT 6-5 310 9/8/66 Georgia 73 Pita Elisara, OT 6-3 300 11/16/76 Indiana 75 Carl Hansen, DE 6-4 275 1/25/76 Stanford 77 Steve Scifres, OT 6-3 284 1/1/72 Wyoming 79 Ben Nichols, OG 6-5 314 9/9/74 Colorado 80 James Hundon, WR 6-1 176 4/9/71 Portland State 81 Travis Moore, WR 6-1 195 8/9/70 Ball State 82 Sean Manuel, TE 6-3 245 12/1/73 New Mexico State 85 Tydus Winans, WR 5-10 180 7/26/72 Fresno State 89 Brian Roberson, WR 5-9 168 1/8/74 Fresno State 90 John Dewitt, DE 6-4 287 11/13/70 Vanderbilt 91 Jomo Cousins, DE 6-5 277 4/4/74 Florida A&M 92 Abul-Salam Noah, DT 6-2 292 9/19/78 San Jose State 95 Jermaine Miles, DE 6-4 265 8/16/76 Georgia Tech 96 Pene Talamaivao, DT 6-4 300 10/1/77 Utah 97 Albrey Battle, DT 6-4 300 10/21/76 Arizona State 99 Eric England, DE 6-3 270 4/25/71 Texas A&M INJURED RESERVE --------------- 58 Dave Thomas, LB 6-3 245 1/12/76 Eastern Illinois 67 Curtice Macfarlane, OT 6-4 310 11/4/74 San Jose State 72 Josh Kobdish, OT 6-6 295 1/29/76 Fresno State 84 Brian Roche, TE 6-4 254 5/5/73 San Jose State 88 Rich O'Donnell, TE 6-6 245 8/4/76 Weber State 93 Emile Palmer, DT 6-3 317 4/5/73 Syracuse Head Coach: Jim Skipper